Watch me speak from the heart during my latest video interview about being authentic at work and emotions.
2020 has been such a weird, unsettling, scary and interesting year, it is worth taking a look back and reflecting on what happened, what we achieved, what we did not and what we are grateful for.
Engaging men in women’s issues sounds like men have to go to war to save women. Let’s reframe this to make it beneficial for all.
Explore why Diversity and Inclusion makes business sense, especially in uncertain times. Do the right thing for ethics and for business too.
Here is the second of four buzz trends translated into actionable culture shift. Number two: beyond the buzz of “more women in influential positions”.
Rebalancing your organisation’s culture with more feminine values is key to thrive in uncertain times and here’s why:
While you’re all stuck working from your bedroom or your kitchen, I’d thought it would be a good idea to share the one and only book you need to get seriously organized ; )
I will be contributing a chapter about decoding emotions at work to the book « The Female Code » which will be out this summer. Stay tuned.
Using mentoring to overcome the culture shift challenges of mergers and acquisitions.
Too often HR activities are viewed as gentle and somehow lame endeavors that one should tolerate. They are part of the package when you work for a big corporation. That’s very understandable: how often does the HR strategic role comes into play into your company?
Having an Innovation or Digital VP in is always a good sign that the company doesn’t care enough to invest deeply the subject. Someone eventually ends up in charge because the board passed the hot potatoe to her. But for corporate culture, that might actually be a good idea…
From birth to old age, the company culture is not embedded in the same way. Hence it is essential to take a differentiated approach to corporate culture change.