How CEOs can change company culture from the top

Company cultures can give a good read on how people are feeling in the business. Do people support each other? Are they feeling burnt out? If your company can’t answer questions like these with confidence, it’s important to make changes to better understand your corporate culture and also how you can lead by example to change it (because no company culture is perfect). So where can companies and managers start?

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Working X to X: How companies can support flexible working

Studies have shown that allowing employees to work from home can increase employee satisfaction and productivity in the long-term, and that an employer’s presence among employees has much less effect on productivity than that of their colleagues. It's clear that it has a lot of benefits. So, how can companies best support their flexible workforce?

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Why your company should prioritise soft skills

With a report last year estimating that robots will take over a third of British jobs by 2030, it might not seem far-fetched that robots could soon be our employees. However, there are still skills and roles that they cannot yet deliver well. AI is far from mastering critical thinking, leadership and listening skills, and it’s vitally important that companies develop and scale soft skills among their employees. Read more to find out how companies can do this.

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Lessons from the Google memo: why working together is critical

Every workforce is made up of individuals with different values, and whether they prioritise status, money, mission-driven work or work-life balance depends on so much more than gender. Julie Chakraverty talks about what we can learn from the Google memo story.

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