Kies uit diverse onderwerpen zoals leiderschapsontwikkeling, teambuilding, verandering, groeimindset, welzijn etc.
Het ontwikkelen van een growth mindset en je persoonlijkheid voor succes
Het hebben en koesteren van een "Growth Mindset" op de werkplek leidt tot betere prestaties en resultaten voor organisaties, teams en werknemers. Een groei mindset kan ook de ontwikkeling van onze persoonlijkheid ondersteunen.
Leadership’s perception gap: Research on diversity, inclusion and managers
Most organizations say they are committed to diversity, equity or equality, and inclusion. But many diversity and inclusion initiatives are unsuccessful or even counterproductive, especially if they focus on diversity at the expense of inclusion.
How to adapt to constant change – especially in the workplace
We’re living in volatile, fluctuating times. Some people are working from home, some have gone back to the office, some are uncertain about the future, and many have a new ‘hybrid’ workstyle. But whatever your new work pattern, your personality type will always affect what you find stressful, and what strategies you’ll find effective.
Nurturing diversity of thought through inclusive leadership
The Myers-Briggs Company has shown that the relationship between leaders and employees can impact employee sentiment and well-being. Additionally, strong relationships between leaders and employees can promote a sense of inclusion where differences, diversity of thought, personality types, and life / work experiences can thrive.
Why workplace well-being is the key to company performance
How does employee well-being impact your company’s success? Our research examined performance and well-being measures, and the correlations we found were incredible. Not only did they relate to organizational performance but also to employee retention.
So you heard that 70% of organizational change initiatives fail or don't result in sustained change?
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The always-on culture means always being connected to other people and being able to communicate anytime, anywhere across the world. However, when smartphones and the internet are available 24/7, people can struggle to “switch off”.