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4 Global Brands and Their Cultural Values in Action:  Making a Difference During Covid-19

Posted by Clay Walsh on Mar 26, 2020 6:05:55 PM

One of the largest impediments to preventing the international spread of COVID-19 is fundamental miscommunication and uncertainty between nations of the world. All of these sovereign nations are beholden solely to themselves and their own group of experts, and while organizations like the United Nations (UN) and World Health Organization (WHO) have sought to rally the world together countries just still aren’t on the same page. Whether it was squandering valuable time to prepare, assuming the virus would never reach their nation, using COVID-19 to leverage political gains or failing to communicate and collaborate, the governments of our world have, collectively, left something to be desired with their response to the crisis.

As the severity of the pandemic grows nations are starting to collaborate more effectively, but there’s still work to be done.

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Topics: leadership, engagement, Future of Work, culture, Positive work culture, positive corporate culture, corona virus, covid-19, making a difference

5 Reminders from People Science for a Positive Work Culture amidst Covid-19

Posted by Gregory S Mathew on Mar 23, 2020 5:31:09 PM

“I’m probably working harder than Elon Musk.”  That’s my roommate Kevin who’s a robotics engineer at a tech startup in India. While Kevin might be exaggerating here, I think he’s not too far off. 

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Topics: Positive work culture, creating a positive work culture, toxic work culture, changing a toxic work culture, mindful leader, employee innovation, hr strategic business partner, employee engagement plan, employee first culture, employee experience, moments that matter, mental health, coping with coronavirus, remote work, work from home

Why you need a positive work culture | Lessons from Microsoft Japan

Posted by Amrita Kar on Jan 7, 2020 5:27:03 PM

“Work a short time, rest well, and learn a lot.” That’s what Microsoft Japan CEO Takuya Hirano noted on the company’s official website after successfully rolling out their Work Life Choice Challenge 2019. The firm has been making headlines ever since they offered 2,300 employees 3-day weekends for a month to experiment and analyze the impact of a 4-day work week on bringing about a positive work culture.

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Topics: leadership, disengagement, Future of Work, workplace, culture, employee engagement, Amber in HR, AI in HR, success story, predictive people analytics, startup, Positive work culture, positive workplace culture, creating a positive work culture, positive corporate culture, building a positive workplace culture