The importance of ‘belongingness’ post-furlough
With the furlough scheme coming to an end today (30 September), employees returning to work may be feeling anxious and disconnected from the workplace. Anne-Marie Finch considers how fostering a sense of belonging might help with the transition.
End of furlough anxiety? Belongingness is the answer
Today, the UK’s furlough scheme comes to an end for many after 18 months. The most recent data shows 1.6 million people were still on furlough at the end of July, which has dropped from nine million in May 2020. This scheme saved millions from…
The conscious revolution and the unconscious investors
As the Industrial Revolution is phased out, the Conscious Revolution is in full swing with the zeitgeist and the human vision at its core. More and more people are starting to wake up from their hibernation and can better feel themselves, their values and personal…
Episode 06 – Morten Kvist Carl, army ranger and navy seal
Morten is the only person in Denmark having achieved both the elite army ranger education and the navy seal education. He is an exceptionel leader who inspires us in this episode with the fact that there´s no clear line or box that good and evil fit into and that pure intentions, extreme ownership and accountability for yourself and the teams are key.
Episode 05 – Linhan Cui, world famous conductor about the power of music
‘Some believe conductors are born, not made. Linhan Cui is a human embodiment of that idea’. A Conductor who believes that music can make people better and create world peace. This is a goal for Linhan. Using her energy to contribute to a better world via the power of music.
Episode 4 – Nada Elkady about strength through struggle
Possibility is at the core of what drives leadership coach and former marketing executive Nada Elkady from New York City. Nada has managed to continually empower herself to rise above hardship and break through levels of growth — supporting, influencing and empowering others along the…
Cultivating joint ownership to the benefit of the company
An old boys’ networks can be both ego-worst and one-company best. But what does that mean in practice?