Developing a Learning culture at Schneider Electric with Cornerstone
Mental Health Awareness: How Fresh Thinking Can Cultivate a Tonic Culture
Arriving at the Cornerstone building in the heart of London, I enter the lift and travel up four floors to what looks like a futuristic spaceship, but is in fact our lobby in which Gemma, our Front Desk Cornerstar, welcomes me with a big smile. From here, I walk through the kitchen area and into our open plan office space. Colleagues greet me by name, we are like one big family. But we work hard, and stress can sometimes be something that needs to be tackled pro-actively.
Top 10 benefits of HR digital transformation
Fast and frequent changes in technology have forced almost every organisation to transform in some way, touching all parts of the business. For HR, this digital transformation is two-fold – transactional and transformational. Transactional includes processes like payroll, leave management, benefits management and time management, whereas transformational includes talent management (recruiting, learning and performance) and business intelligence (workforce planning and the use of big data).
Why digital upskilling is crucial to business transformation at Henkel
A great way to get ideas and learn something new is from the experience of others – especially when you’re facing the same challenge.
Employee Engagement: Four questions to ask yourself
It’s safe to say, there are huge organisational benefits to good employee engagement – from higher productivity to lower turnover rates, and everything in between. In the first of our masterclass series in association with HEC Paris, we look past the jargon and share our no-nonsense tips for employee engagement. We’ve summarised below the key points made in this first masterclass, but we would definitely encourage you to watch the webinar and hear the real-life stories behind this practical advice, and learn more about how this could be applied specifically within your own organisation.
Getting the most from virtual events
For the past few months, everything has been online. Conferences, meetings, training and even concerts and theatre performances. While we are close to returning to some sense of normality, it will be a while before in person events make their return. Some are suggesting we may not have in person events until at least 2021. So, many are deciding to either try their hand at their first virtual event or even moving their annual events online.
LTDX21 Week 1 Recap: Upskill People and Adapt your Organisation for Change
When you’re used to booking out two full days of your calendar to stand in an Expo hall, co-ordinating your team to generate leads, scanning badges and drinking copious amounts of coffee, a virtual event could seem like a comparative luxury. The (comparatively) late starts, the overly casual dress code and the fact that you can still feel your legs by the end are all major positives. But in the online world some things are most certainly not the same. Let’s delve into Learning Technologies Digital Experience 2021 – a two-week event that replaces our normal two days at the Excel, London, and assess how week 1 stacked up against expectations.