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Productivity: no longer the metric that matters most

Productivity: no longer the metric that matters most

For decades, productivity has been a valuable tool for assessing performance, but lately, productivity growth data shows an undesirable scenario: productivity is not only stagnant but declining. According to a recent Deloitte report, in the first quarter of 2023, productivity for ...
BR TALKS | Geovana Quadros, Mulheres Inspiradoras

BR TALKS | Geovana Quadros, Mulheres Inspiradoras

Season 2024 is out What does Brazilian leadership have to inspire the world? BR Talks is back with an even more powerful new season. Talks with leaders who make a difference in their fields. In the first episode of the year, our Chief Media Officer Nathalia Toledo welcomes Geovan ...
Thinking about work after hours may worsen efficiency, research finds

Thinking about work after hours may worsen efficiency, research finds

According to research published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, thinking about work after hours can be a harmful habit, especially for leaders who have just taken over. The researchers say that constant ruminating can lead managers to burnout, which is detrimental to profes ...
Eight CEO priorities for 2024

Eight CEO priorities for 2024

A new study by global consultancy McKinsey & Company points to the most urgent issues on the top management agenda around the globe. The list is based on hundreds of interviews conducted with CEOs since 2021. The researchers compiled what they heard about how companies can do ...
Companies that adopt remote work grow faster, survey finds

Companies that adopt remote work grow faster, survey finds

Workplace flexibility not only boosts productivity but also contributes significantly to companies’ financial success. A new study reveals that companies that allow remote working have experienced revenue growth four times faster than those that are stricter about office pr ...
Employers and employees are heading for a relationship reset

Employers and employees are heading for a relationship reset

What changes have managers made in their organizations in 2023? According to recent Gallup’s data, 64% said employees were given additional job responsibilities; 51% cited the restructuring of teams; and 42% reported budget cuts. Moreover, other Gallup’s research indicate ...
The importance of the ‘voice of employee’

The importance of the ‘voice of employee’

It comes from a Human Resources background, but more than ever it is being recruited by corporate leaders in decision-making. The concept “voice of employee” refers to the collective opinions, feedback and perspectives of an organization’s workforce, in order to ...
Raising capital: a go-to funding source

Raising capital: a go-to funding source

A new survey of private companies reveals that raising capital is the big bet of the moment for financing growth initiatives. The vast majority of the 100 survey respondents represented the C-level, presidents, board members, and partners/owners said they intend to raise capital ...
CEO turnover is the highest in 20 years

CEO turnover is the highest in 20 years

Bosses are changing jobs – at least in the United States. The pace of CEO turnover in US companies escalated in September, when 164 managers left their posts. This is a rise of 4.5% compared to the 157 changes in August and 122% compared to the 74 managers who left their po ...
Leaders endorse revised G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance

Leaders endorse revised G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance

The revised G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance – a joint G20/OECD effort to help companies navigate changing capital markets while promoting market confidence and financial stability – have been endorsed at the last G20 Leader’s Summit in New Delhi, India.  The Pr ...
Workplace arrangements: top of mind

Workplace arrangements: top of mind

A new survey released by Deloitte in collaboration with independent research organization Workplace Intelligence reveals that for both men and women, workplace arrangements are top of mind. Flexibility and the ability to work remotely continue to be highly valued, so much so that ...
The impact of the CEO’s personality on organizational culture

The impact of the CEO’s personality on organizational culture

Organizational culture is widely considered to be an essential factor that influences the triumph or downfall of a company. Although the role of leaders in defining and shaping organizational culture is practically consensual, there are few studies that focus on the mechanisms an ...
Workation: the rise of a new trend

Workation: the rise of a new trend

With the rise of remote work arrangements, ‘workations’ seem to be the trend of the hour. Essentially, it involves blending work responsibilities with a vacation experience. The concept of combining work and leisure in a new location has become more appealing to individuals a ...
Work does get done in less time

Work does get done in less time

New research from non-profit, 4 Day Week Global, has found that companies’ average working hours continued to fall beyond the conclusion of their six-month 4 day week pilot program. The results come from a series of four-day-workweek trials conducted in the U.S., Canada, the U. ...
Leaders call for innovation, entrepreneurship and global cooperation to revitalize growth

Leaders call for innovation, entrepreneurship and global cooperation to revitalize growth

More than 1,500 leaders from around the world gathered in Tianjin, People’s Republic of China, at the World Economic Forum’s 14th Annual Meeting of the New Champions, to share their interests in advancing dialogue, innovation and collaboration to revitalize growth. Amid high ...
Labor market changes on the horizon

Labor market changes on the horizon

Employers anticipate a structural labor market churn of 23% of jobs in the next five years. That’s what the recent report “The Future of Work 2023” by the World Economic Forum indicates. Of the 673 million jobs reflected in the dataset, respondents expect structural ...
The most in-demand skills of the year

The most in-demand skills of the year

In recent years, much has been said about soft skills and the importance of extra-curricular skills for good leadership performance. But what Linkedin’s latest research on the topic reveals is that old skills have come back into the spotlight in 2023.  This year, the top s ...
The best CEO is the one who combines integrity and innovation

The best CEO is the one who combines integrity and innovation

Commitment to innovation and the ability to analyze risk are a rare combination among CEO profiles, according to a new survey conducted by professors at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, USA. Professors Prachi Gala and Saim Kashmiri analyzed financial and other information on ...
Leaders who disconnect lead better, study shows

Leaders who disconnect lead better, study shows

The balance between personal and professional routines seems increasingly important in the corporate world. A study led by American scientists suggests that managers who “switch off” completely after work to dedicate themselves to their favorite activities are seen as ...
The board’s role in CEO succession planning

The board’s role in CEO succession planning

CEO succession planning can be a significant challenge for leaders and organizations. The process of identifying and developing internal candidates to fill key leadership positions, including the role of CEO requires careful consideration, a long-term perspective, and proactive e ...
Companies are getting younger, and women are securing more CEO positions

Companies are getting younger, and women are securing more CEO positions

The C-level is getting a makeover, at least in the United States. A recent report from the global executive search and leadership consulting firm Spencer Stuart shows that the average age for new CEOs at S&P 500 companies dropped from 55.9 years old in 2021 to 53.8 years old ...
Why you should change the way your people are managed

Why you should change the way your people are managed

In 2022, employee engagement and job opportunities surged globally, coming back in line with pre-pandemic historical trends on economic development and growth. Gallup’s new report shows the rest of the world closing the gap with the U.S./Canada in positive aspects for worke ...
Internal recruitment gets more transparency

Internal recruitment gets more transparency

A recent survey conducted by the Brazilian consulting firm Produtive reveals that 62.6% of employees realize that their company is open to dialogs about internal movements, and 78.4% are aware of the internal recruitment processes. According to the study, organizations are showin ...
The healthy habits of high-performance organizations

The healthy habits of high-performance organizations

An organization’s culture directly influences financial performance. This is what a number of studies have found, challenging the notion that the topic remains only at the level of discussions, rather than real impact. The fact is that even the corporate governance process ...
The CEO — and the board — own the trust agenda

The CEO — and the board — own the trust agenda

Who, specifically, is responsible for managing trust inside a company? For the vast majority of leaders heard by Deloitte in October 2022, the CEO is ultimately responsible for trust leadership at the company. But respondents also almost universally believe the board should play ...
Flexible work is essential to attracting talent

Flexible work is essential to attracting talent

In job interviews, the working model is one of the first and main questions asked by candidates. After the pandemic, flexibility to work from home or anywhere else became a priority, and many candidates do not participate in processes when the vacancies are 100% on-site.  Ac ...
What companies think about coaching and mentoring

What companies think about coaching and mentoring

Organizations are increasingly recognizing that their existing approaches to leadership development are not producing the leadership skills critical to their futures. Instead, they need a new approach, including a much broader application of coaching and mentoring, new research f ...
Versatility: the skill of the hour

Versatility: the skill of the hour

A trio of American experts reached a breakthrough after more than 20 years of research on the behavior of leaders in organizations and their impacts: versatility is now the most important component in the profile of managers. Scholars define versatility as the ability to “r ...
What great managers do

What great managers do

Managers account for at least 70% of variance in employee engagement scores across business units, Gallup estimates. For achieving great results, companies should systematically demand that every team in their workforce have a great manager.  However, according to Gallup reports ...
Global Marketing Trends in 2023

Global Marketing Trends in 2023

Even in the face of major external challenges such as geopolitical conflict, economic instability and the threats related to climate change, Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) are well positioned to create new levers for organizational growth. At least that’s what the authors ...
Charismatic CEO raises IPO value

Charismatic CEO raises IPO value

The perception and negotiation abilities of more charismatic CEOs result in higher IPO prices and smaller offer price ranges for their firms, according to new research published in Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal. The study found that humility among CEOs, on the other hand — ...
The results of the great UK 4-day workweek pilot: as good as it gets

The results of the great UK 4-day workweek pilot: as good as it gets

The vast majority of UK companies that took part in a four-day workweek trial in the past year now states: they will continue with it after recording sharp falls in employee turnover and absenteeism while maintaining productivity during the six-month study. In one of the largest ...
Planning for multiple possible futures

Planning for multiple possible futures

A new survey by EY of 12,000 global CEOs revealed that 98% of CEOs are anticipating an economic downturn, and more: they are split down the middle on whether it will be moderate or severe, temporary or persistent. According to the authors, divergent views on the economic outlook ...
Is leadership always prepared for cultural transformations?

Is leadership always prepared for cultural transformations?

The research “Culture at the service of business strategy”, conducted by the consultant specialized in cultural change in companies Olivia, reveals: not always. According to the survey, 37% of managers do not feel prepared for the change, and 3% feel unprepared. Data ...
CFOs: the (likely) future CEOs

CFOs: the (likely) future CEOs

Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) are more prepared to take on the CEO role in companies than leaders in other departments. This is what a survey by Russell Reynolds Associates indicates. The research is based on the analysis of the careers of CEOs that make up the “Standard ...
Top trends for training in 2023

Top trends for training in 2023

Aligning courses offer according to the company’s culture; allowing employees to learn at their own production pace, and implementing a strategy for knowledge delivery, considering all work schedules – face-to-face, hybrid or 100% remote. These are the top three team ...
ON THE RECORD #13

ON THE RECORD #13

New episode is out! In the first editorial meeting of 2023, we are looking straight ahead: the future of work. What are the trending practices that are shaping organizations this year? Join us! ...
Future of Work: trends that will shape careers in 2023

Future of Work: trends that will shape careers in 2023

More diverse offices, a new form of collaboration between people and technology, flexibility to work and live well simultaneously and the much desired four-day week. These are changes that are already appearing and gaining ground in public and private discussions — and fill ...
The CEO’s greatest challenges for the coming year

The CEO’s greatest challenges for the coming year

In addition to being a top external disruptor, inflation also continues to be named as one of the biggest challenges CEOs are facing today despite the recognition that inflation will likely decrease in the coming year. Talent, uncertainty, and the economy also top the list of CEO ...
The most competitive countries for attracting and retaining talent

The most competitive countries for attracting and retaining talent

The ninth edition of the Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2022, by French business school Insead in partnership with the Portulans and Human Leadership institutes, measured how 133 countries and 175 cities in 79 economies grow, attract, and retain talent. The focus this year w ...
Modesty brings gains: humble leaders build empowered teams

Modesty brings gains: humble leaders build empowered teams

Humble leaders help teams be more productive and collaborative, indicates new research from Ohio State University. The study was conducted with more than 500 Chinese teachers. It showed that when they had coordinators who showed humility on a daily basis, they felt more empowered ...
ON THE RECORD #12

ON THE RECORD #12

New episode is out! At the last editorial meeting of 2022, we are parting: the 1st year of On The Record on the air and WIN World turning 14. We gathered to celebrate our achievements and to list our expectations and ambitions for 2023. Join us! ...
Willingness to change jobs grows among young Brazilians

Willingness to change jobs grows among young Brazilians

The desire to change jobs has been growing among Brazilians, especially considering young people, according to a McKinsey & Company survey, published by Valor. The study carried out with 3 thousand professionals shows that almost one-third of the respondents stated that they ...
Leaders in Action: Vasco de Mello

Leaders in Action: Vasco de Mello

Season 2 on the way! Since the work for the second season has begun, the WIN World Newsroom revisits the inspiring stories featured in the first season of Leaders in Action Society. Today: the leader of a family business legacy. Vasco de Mello shares his thoughts on respons ...
The best tactics against the Great Resignation

The best tactics against the Great Resignation

Inflation, geopolitical instability, supply chain disruption, and the remnants of the pandemic: are external factors that have caused CEOs worldwide to lower their expectations for 12-month growth. The latest survey by Deloitte in partnership with Fortune magazine, however, shows ...
Why women leaders are switching jobs

Why women leaders are switching jobs

Women in leadership positions are demanding more from their work and leaving their jobs at an unprecedented level. And, to reach gender equality, companies need to go beyond lip service, according to the Women in the Workplace report from consulting firm McKinsey in partnership w ...
Leaders in Action: Suzy Welch

Leaders in Action: Suzy Welch

Season 2 on the way! Since the work for the second season has begun, the WIN World Newsroom revisits the inspiring stories featured in the first season of Leaders in Action Society. Today: a forward-thinking journalist. Suzy Welch tells of her journey through the highways of ...
The HR trends changing the universe of work

The HR trends changing the universe of work

The employee’s experience in the company is a topic on the rise for human resources leaders. The most recent survey by global HR consultancy Randstad found that 84% of leaders are determined to build strategies that improve the experience and perception of employees about t ...
Talent war heats up

Talent war heats up

The movement to define new career paths, optimize work, and redesign roles is a global demand. Recently, consulting firms McKinsey, Bain, and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) offered one of the largest rounds of salary increases for new hires in more than 20 years, amid high inflati ...
After the USA, ‘the Great Resignation’ hits Brazil

After the USA, ‘the Great Resignation’ hits Brazil

Brazil has been facing high unemployment rates – about 12 million Brazilians are looking for an opportunity, according to official data – but more than half of the HR managers of big companies state that there is a growing movement of voluntary layoffs in the country. ...
Embracing distributed leadership

Embracing distributed leadership

“Smart organizations are shifting from command-and-control leadership to distributed leadership”. That’s what suggests MIT Sloan researchers. Professor Deborah Ancona defines the new model as collaborative, autonomous practices managed by a network of formal and ...
ON THE RECORD #10

ON THE RECORD #10

New episode is out! In October’s editorial meeting, the return to the offices. Does it make sense to you? And to your business? We debate the directions big companies are taking and which works best. Join us! ...
Retention strategies: pay is necessary but insufficient

Retention strategies: pay is necessary but insufficient

When it comes to retaining employees, money may be the top factor. Yet it isn’t enough by itself to retain workers. Recent research led by PwC shows that workers are almost as likely to cite intangible factors related to meaning. Job fulfillment and the ability to be one’s tr ...
Leaders in Action: Linda Rottenberg

Leaders in Action: Linda Rottenberg

Season 2 on the way! Since the work for the second season has begun, the WIN World Newsroom revisits the inspiring stories featured in the first season of Leaders in Action Society. Today: a high-impact entrepreneur. Linda Rottenberg tells how she went from “la chica ...
Fewer meetings, more results

Fewer meetings, more results

A recent study published by MIT Sloan surveyed 76 companies with operations in more than 50 countries that had introduced one to five meeting-free days per week (even banning individual meetings) in the previous 12 months.  Almost half (47%) of the companies reduced meetings ...
Flexibility: how companies that chose not to take steps backward are now reaping the rewards

Flexibility: how companies that chose not to take steps backward are now reaping the rewards

The way we work has changed, and this is not news to anyone. New models, with the help of technology, had been growing in recent years and became stronger with the coronavirus pandemic. With the return to “normality,” many companies decided not to take steps backward, ...
The skills that matter the most for the C-suite, according to Harvard

The skills that matter the most for the C-suite, according to Harvard

Over the past two decades, companies have significantly redefined the roles of C-suite executives. This is one of the key findings of a study published by Harvard Business Review. Traditional capabilities such as financial and operational resource management remain highly relevan ...
Despite reports of regret, the Great Resignation shows no sign of slowing down

Despite reports of regret, the Great Resignation shows no sign of slowing down

Nearly 48 million Americans quit their jobs in 2021. Since then, records have been racking up for workers prepared to voluntarily leave their jobs, fueled by the desire for higher wages, better benefits, and a more rewarding job, in line with quality of life. But recently, some n ...
Leaders in Action: João Vieira de Almeida

Leaders in Action: João Vieira de Almeida

Season 2 on the way! Since the work for the second season has begun, the WIN World Newsroom revisits the inspiring stories featured in the first season of Leaders in Action Society. Today: a brave lawyer and leader. João Vieira de Almeida, seen by many as a charismatic “c ...
Recession in sight: how purposeful strategies will enable firms to weather the storm

Recession in sight: how purposeful strategies will enable firms to weather the storm

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said that the global economy is facing a pessimistic outlook in the coming years, with a greater possibility that Russia will cut off gas supplies to Europe altogether and with increased inflationary pressure, factors that could further slow ...
BR TALKS | Ricardo Sales, Mais Diversidade

BR TALKS | Ricardo Sales, Mais Diversidade

New talk is out! In today’s episode, a Master in Diversity in Organizations who today leads the largest diversity and inclusion consultancy in Latin America. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome Ricardo Sales, founder and CEO at Mais Diversidade. Join us! ...
Leaders in Action: Jack Welch

Leaders in Action: Jack Welch

Season 2 on the way! Since the work for the second season has begun, the WIN World Newsroom revisits the inspiring stories featured in the first season of Leaders in Action Society. Today: a legendary CEO. Jack Welch taught how to build great teams and find great leader ...
What separates growth leaders from the pack

What separates growth leaders from the pack

Even in the best of times, driving growth in an organization is not easy, and it doesn’t come with a formula or any playbook. In light of this, a survey of 165 C-suite executives and senior vice presidents with growth responsibilities revealed that growth leaders have some ...
Who are those leading the future of work

Who are those leading the future of work

Experts from MIT Sloan School of Management pointed out the main features that workers must develop to succeed in the coming decades, and how companies must adapt to this reality. According to them, in the years ahead, leaders will need to adopt new management styles, consider a ...
BR TALKS | Katia Regina, Nestlé

BR TALKS | Katia Regina, Nestlé

New talk is out! In today’s episode, a manager who established her career by focusing on people, personalizing initiatives and making a multinational giant increasingly plural. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes receive Katia Regina, Manager of Remuneration and Benefits at Ne ...
Paid sabbatical becomes business investment to retain talent

Paid sabbatical becomes business investment to retain talent

The highly competitive market scenario and the increasing need to engage and retain talent have positioned the learning culture of companies as a key piece to enhance the experience of employees – and, consequently, make organizations more attractive in the eyes of professi ...
BR TALKS | Leizer Pereira, Empodera

BR TALKS | Leizer Pereira, Empodera

New talk is out! In today’s episode, an engineer who created a platform for education and professional connection that promotes diversity and inclusion in the corporate world. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome the CEO and founder of Empodera, Leizer Pereira. Join us! ...
Communication: more than an area, a leadership skill

Communication: more than an area, a leadership skill

In a world of constant change, companies and people need to keep up with the latest developments — not always the easiest of tasks, it is true. For almost 20 years in the same organization, the Head of Communication and Organizational Culture at Oi, Manoela Osorio, already ...
BR TALKS | Manoela Osorio, Oi

BR TALKS | Manoela Osorio, Oi

New talk is out! In today’s episode, the role of dialogue and consistent communication in a journey full of changes and challenges. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome Oi’s Director of Communication and Organizational Culture, Manoela Osório. Join us! ...
Portugal to test four-day working week

Portugal to test four-day working week

The Portuguese government approved last week the Dignified Work Agenda, which foresees a pilot program to test the four-day work week, but only for application in the private sector. The Minister of Labor said that the experiments want to ensure that the reduced workload is not u ...
The 5 types of daily workplace experiences – and what they have to do with creativity

The 5 types of daily workplace experiences – and what they have to do with creativity

Five types of daily workplace experiences influence employees’ creative performance. That’s what a trio of researchers from the VCU School of Business has identified. They examined more than 11,000 surveys where employees shared their everyday workplace experiences and ra ...
BR TALKS | Agatha Arêas, Rock in Rio

BR TALKS | Agatha Arêas, Rock in Rio

New talk is out! In today’s episode, a leader who left her comfort zone and institutionalized the (eternal) pursuit of knowledge. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome the VP of Learning Experience at Rock in Rio, Agatha Arêas. Join us! ...
Why a mayor is calling on CEOs to ride the subway to work

Why a mayor is calling on CEOs to ride the subway to work

New York City Mayor Eric Adams has called on the city’s business leaders — including JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon — to take the subway to work, at a time when he is intensifying a campaign to bring employees back to empty Manhattan offices. “We are telling our ...
He turned his purpose into an impact business

He turned his purpose into an impact business

From the beginning of his career, David Hertz was already thinking about starting a business that was meaningful to him. He graduated as a chef and worked in the hottest Brazilian restaurants until he understood that the purpose was to serve others. In the broadest sense of the w ...
BR TALKS | David Hertz, Gastromotiva

BR TALKS | David Hertz, Gastromotiva

New talk is out! In today’s episode, a heartwarming conversation about the social impact of a business. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome chef and entrepreneur David Hertz, cofounder of Gastromotiva. Join us! ...
Adaptability, Curiosity, Creativity: the must-have skills for leaders in the digital age

Adaptability, Curiosity, Creativity: the must-have skills for leaders in the digital age

Leaders setting out to reshape their companies to compete in a rapidly evolving digital world often come to a daunting conclusion: to transform their organizations, they must first transform themselves. That’s what the authors of a recent research published by Harvard Business ...
Employees prefer hybrid and home office. What about leaders?

Employees prefer hybrid and home office. What about leaders?

The return to the offices with the pandemic cooling down has raised some discussions about the best work model. A new study, conducted by PwC Brazil and PageGroup with 289 executives and 633 employees, shows some divergence in preferences between C-Level professionals and other e ...
Lithuania creates four-day week for state employees with young children

Lithuania creates four-day week for state employees with young children

Lithuania has become the first Eastern European country to offer families with children who work for the government a four-day work week for the same average salary. Lithuanian parliamentarians have backed legislation that allows public servants with children under the age of thr ...
Boss x Leader: for an increasingly humanized management

Boss x Leader: for an increasingly humanized management

Nobody starts a new job thinking about leaving, but, beyond the effects of the pandemic, what justifies a very high global turnover rate today? For Falconi’s partner, a leading management consulting firm in Brazil, many times the responsibility is born in the leadership of ...
BR TALKS | André Jeha, Falconi

BR TALKS | André Jeha, Falconi

New talk is out! In today’s episode, a conversation about business management and humanized leadership. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome André Jeha, consultant and partner at Falconi. Join us! ...
One or two days in the office: the ideal setup, Harvard suggests

One or two days in the office: the ideal setup, Harvard suggests

Hybrid work is emerging as a novel form of organizing work globally, and Harvard researchers have reported causal evidence on how the extent of hybrid work—the number of days worked from home relative to days worked from the office—affects work outcomes. The study examines ac ...
The Great Return: how to make people want to go back to the office

The Great Return: how to make people want to go back to the office

By Mayra Coelho After a long period of remote work, it’s time for many companies to bring their employees back into the office. The problem is: many of us have become accustomed to working from home, not having to commute every day, and having more free time. Certainly, pri ...
Delegation: the key to business growth and expansion

Delegation: the key to business growth and expansion

Despite being a vital management skill to build successful teams, only one in four employer entrepreneurs — business leaders who are founders of a company with at least one employee — have high levels of “Delegator talent”.  A study by the polling company Gallup ...
Companies urgently need to adopt a people-first mentality

Companies urgently need to adopt a people-first mentality

To stay ahead of the competition for talent, companies — now more than ever — have to adopt a people-first mentality. That’s the main conclusion of the new report from Randstad Workmonitor. With economic recovery and changes in working conditions, talented professionals are ...
Leading for well-being: driving positive change for success

Leading for well-being: driving positive change for success

Our rapidly changing world requires companies not only to react quickly, but also to have a high degree of foresight. When it comes to health, it is becoming increasingly clear that prevention is the best treatment. More and more companies are recognizing the benefits of a health ...
Pandemic has made four-day working weeks more attractive to workers and businesses

Pandemic has made four-day working weeks more attractive to workers and businesses

The COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns and shift to remote working has had a significant impact on organizations’ attitudes towards a shorter working week, new research from Henley Business School has revealed. According to the study, 65% of UK businesses surveyed are now implementin ...
Workers who quit pursuing work-life balance are now making more money, research says

Workers who quit pursuing work-life balance are now making more money, research says

Low payments, lack of opportunities for advancement and feeling disrespected at work made millions quit last year, looking for big career moves. Only in the United States, roughly 48 million quits were counted.  What Pew Research Center found is that those who quit and are n ...
BR TALKS | Marco Túlio de Carvalho, eCare

BR TALKS | Marco Túlio de Carvalho, eCare

New talk is out! Today’s guest is a doctor with more than 20 years of career, who entered the corporate world to show that health is not just a matter for the hospital environment. On this episode of BR Talks, Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome Marco Túlio de Carvalh ...
BR TALKS | Rodrigo Rocha, UnitedHealth

BR TALKS | Rodrigo Rocha, UnitedHealth

New talk is out! Today’s guest walks the path of a Mindfulness Leader — a conscious leadership that unites sensitivity, purpose, inspiration, motivation and loyalty to achieve good results. On this episode of BR Talks, Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome Rodrigo ...
Safety and well-being are HR’s priorities in 2022, survey reveals

Safety and well-being are HR’s priorities in 2022, survey reveals

Safety and well-being will be the priority for HRs this year. That’s what research by Catho and Reconnect indicates. These choices were identified as priorities with 77.20% in the response rate, followed by Formation of Leaders, with 73.37%, and Organizational Culture, with ...
Talent optimization: the weapon against The Great Resignation

Talent optimization: the weapon against The Great Resignation

Remote-friendly and inclusive companies, with the right people in the right roles, that prioritize health care benefits and practice talent optimization are way more likely to avoid the brunt of The Great Resignation. The Predictive Index surveyed 326 executives, finding that org ...
BR TALKS | Dani Plesnik, Deloitte Brasil

BR TALKS | Dani Plesnik, Deloitte Brasil

New talk is out! Today’s guest went beyond speech. She transformed the topic “happiness at work” into a program with concrete goals, steps to be followed, and mainly: results. On the second episode of BR Talks, Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome Dani Plesnik, Head ...
Two heads are better than one for more complex tasks

Two heads are better than one for more complex tasks

Do too many cooks in the kitchen spoil the broth? Or two heads are always better than one? A recent study by MIT Sloan School of Management Assistant Professor Abdullah Almaatouq found that the answer depends on the complexity of the task. “The question of whether – and under ...
“There is no such choice for a company not to position itself”

“There is no such choice for a company not to position itself”

With a career spanning more than 20 years, always working on topics such as sustainability, environmentalism, human rights and diversity, Suelma Rosa, now at Unilever, has a firm view on the positioning of brands and companies: “There is no such choice for a company not to ...
Four-day working week trials are taking over

Four-day working week trials are taking over

The United Kingdom has become the latest country to flirt with a 4-day week. It is been announced that, from June this year, a trial will be set as part of a six-month experiment. Each company will pay its staff their usual salary and, in return, staff must maintain 100% producti ...
BR TALKS | Suelma Rosa, Unilever

BR TALKS | Suelma Rosa, Unilever

New show is out! What do Brazilian leaders have to share with the world? Where do such bold, pioneering and inspiring initiatives come from? That’s what we’ll find out together in the WIN World Newsroom’s new interview series: BR TALKS. On the premiere episode, ...
Training programs could revert lack of workers, calls IMF

Training programs could revert lack of workers, calls IMF

The latest survey by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) points out that two years after the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, there are many job vacancies in advanced economies. However, many professionals still have not resumed their functions in total. The IMF survey is ba ...
‘Emerging Giants’: the fertile soil for innovation and entrepreneurship

‘Emerging Giants’: the fertile soil for innovation and entrepreneurship

Young, technology-intensive and fast-growing companies have not only been among the big bets for investors but also played an increasingly fundamental role by transforming traditional sectors and preparing them for the future. The so-called “Emergent Giants” show up w ...
Upskilling: the key for keeping the workforce engaged

Upskilling: the key for keeping the workforce engaged

People stay at companies when they are still learning. That is one of the conclusions of a survey released by the business-to-business digital software company Amdocs. 90% of respondents, representing 1,000 American workers, consider strong training and upskilling programs a crit ...
New Year’s wishes at work: inspiring leaders

New Year’s wishes at work: inspiring leaders

Over the next five years, the most desirable qualities of employees will be learning ability, flexibility, good communication, and balance. For the leaders, workers expect them to be integrators, to talk and listen to their teams, to have the sensitivity to understand people, to ...