Despite promoting collaboration and connection, many women’s networks choose to operate individually. New research by the Erasmus Centre for Women and Organisations at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University reveals the benefits to be gained for women if networks choose to work together.
Protecting natural habitats, reducing greenhouse gasses promoting sustainable agriculture and encouraging conservation efforts are essential steps for ensuring a healthy and sustainable future for our planet, and for generations to come.
With an increasingly socially conscious and morally-driven generation of business professionals now entering the arena, does the consultancy sector need to reconsider how to operate more ethically?
Is it more difficult for Meghan Markle to network than it is for Prince Harry? Is Hillary Clinton much more likely to find a support in a senior colleague than her husband Bill? Or, is Beyonce much more like to land a new role through a close colleague than Jay-Z? The question we are asking is, is it more difficult for women to make these high-status connections than it is for men?
Are there certain characteristics that make people more or less prone to making international ties... and making them work?
Showing staff how hard their colleagues are working can encourage them to boost their own performance, but employers must recognise where to draw the line between recognition and public shaming
How often do you attend meetings in person? It’s predicted that by 75% of meetings will be online by 2024. To help organisations determine when to gather staff into the office and when to connect them virtually, a new framework has been developed.
Money doesn't solve everything. Research shows staff are more motivated by the prospect of more leisure time than more money