Working life has entered a new era. We are pleased to see Octavius Black, Mind Gym CEO, quoted in The Economist speaking about how distance makes it difficult to generate camaraderie. He says ‘new ideas come from weak links in networks—ie, people you meet occasionally. Such “casual collisions” have become rarer.’ Read the full article here.
The UK economy is on the brink of a productivity collapse, with British workers admitting they could get away with an average of 2 hours and 20 minutes less work each day, and more than one third feeling less motivated as a result of remote working during the pandemic.
Business is run by people, for people. An understanding of why we behave the way they do is surely a prerequisite for a successful business? Our CEO Octavius Black, alongside David Halpern of the Behavioural Insights team and Kim Atherton from Ovo Energy appear on this week’s Bottom Line with Evan Davis to discuss the impact of behavioural science on...
Some estimates put just 5% of employee performance down to the individual; 95% is down to their environment. Talent Management, therefore, is about creating the conditions for people to thrive. Mind Gym Chief Creative Officer Mary-Clare Race points to six factors that make a difference. Read them on pages 14-16 in the winter issue of People and Strategy.
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