• Future of work

    Raising energy, conflict and why learning never stops

    Professor Gernot Schulz tells Work. magazine how perceiving people’s energy levels is the most important part of his job as an orchestra conductor.

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    Preventing racism before it gets to the workplace

    The students of today are the workforce of tomorrow. How can we influence them now to prevent racism and misogyny in the future?

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    With a little help from your friends

    Is working with friends a huge distraction or can it improve work performance? Research shows that teams composed of friends may produce better results on certain tasks.

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    Racial equality at work: Shouldn’t we be talking about power?

    Can workplaces lead the way with co-created purposeful visions, values-driven leaders and responsible tech? How can courageous conversations about inclusion help us build innovative and resilient organisations?

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    What can we do but talk about race at work?

    To move towards race equality, the workplace might be the best place to begin improving behaviours that will encourage broader societal change. Establishing a culture of inclusion in organisations will take more than a one-off training course.

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    Why truth is not enough

    Facts shape our view of the world but can also mislead. At a time when ‘fake news’ is widespread, how can we ensure our decisions are based on fact and not opinion-biased fiction?

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    Digital resilience in a 24/7 world

    Boundaries between work and home life have blended due to easily accessible technology. Continuing to work after working hours has lead to increased stress, anxiety and depression in working adults.

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    Leading the race agenda as a white woman

    Nicola Cardwell writes about what it is like to lead the diversity and inclusion agenda at PricewaterhouseCooper UK as a white woman and challenge the under-representation of BAME people at manager grade and above.

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