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Responding to 2024’s global risks

Responding to 2024’s global risks

Drawing on nearly two decades of original risks perception data, the World Economic Forum warns of a global risks landscape in which progress in human development is being chipped away slowly, leaving states and individuals vulnerable to new and resurgent risks. Global Risks Repo ...
Gen Z is hungry for mentorship and development

Gen Z is hungry for mentorship and development

It’s well known that many young people have lied once or twice about having an advanced level in Excel or Powerpoint to get a job. But Generation Z feels it doesn’t have to be that way. At least if they were better trained in the skills employers ask for. When asked w ...
Generation Z is the least flexible at work, survey reveals

Generation Z is the least flexible at work, survey reveals

Easy adaptation to change and the flow of activities doesn’t seem to suit those born after 1997. According to a survey published firsthand by the newspaper Valor Econômico, Generation Z has lower rates than older people regarding flexibility. The data comes from an unprece ...
‘Dual-promotion’: bragging without backlash

‘Dual-promotion’: bragging without backlash

‘If we don’t promote and value ourselves, who will, right?’ Although this popular maxim is called for in moments of support and self-esteem, it faces several barriers, especially in the workplace – and among women. Boasting and self–promoting can be seen as arrogant ...
It’s not just what is said but who says it that matters

It’s not just what is said but who says it that matters

In recent study published in Nature Human Behavior, researchers conducted a large-scale longitudinal field experiment to measure how identity cues shape content consumption and feedback online. MIT Sloan School of Management professor Sinan Aral and his colleagues from MIT and th ...
Group singing can benefit your health

Group singing can benefit your health

Over the last 15 years, studies have demonstrated the impact of meditation, exercise, relaxation sessions, and emotional expression on mental health, quality of life, social resilience, and biomarkers including pro-inflammatory cytokines, stress hormones, growth factors, and cell ...
Happy employees are critical for an organization’s success, study shows

Happy employees are critical for an organization’s success, study shows

Happiness makes people work harder, according to recent research from the University of Warwick (UK). Economists carried out a number of experiments and found happiness made people around 12% more productive. The study, led by Professor Andrew Oswald, Dr Eugenio Proto and Dr Dani ...
Remote vs. in-office work? Hybrid has won

Remote vs. in-office work? Hybrid has won

In a new research, the McKinsey Global Institute has modeled future demand for office, residential, and retail space in several scenarios. The main finding: hybrid work is here to stay since the demand for office and retail space is generally lower in 2030 than it was in 2019, st ...
Gen Zs and millennials: business still not meeting expectations

Gen Zs and millennials: business still not meeting expectations

Yes, employers have made some important progress since pre-pandemic times, but for the majority of more than 22,000 Gen Zs and millennials heard by Deloitte across 44 countries business is still not meeting expectations.  The new survey examined these generations’ shifting rel ...
Is there a proper age to change careers?

Is there a proper age to change careers?

Common sense might think that older people would be more settled or comfortable in their careers, not eager for a change of direction. A new survey, however, shows something different from this. By listening to 500 people from all age groups, social classes, and regions of the co ...
Quiet quitting: how to break the silence

Quiet quitting: how to break the silence

High on social networks in recent years, the phenomenon taking millions of people not going above and beyond at work and just meeting their job description does not seem to lose steam. According to Gallup, at least 50% of the U.S. workforce — probably more – are made of ...
Asynchronous work can boost your creativity

Asynchronous work can boost your creativity

Temporal restructuring has featured prominently as asynchronous work becomes a growing trend, particularly due to the rise of remote work and the need for flexibility in work schedules. Research has already shown that when people are not required to be working at the same time, a ...
The Generation Z effect

The Generation Z effect

Generation Z is leading companies to a new way of working, with less presence in the office and more actions focused on the ESG agenda. According Talent Trends 2023 report, by LLYC, ESG is no longer just an acronym for the specific audience, but a value proposition lever for new ...
Revealing salaries to coworkers: a new global trend

Revealing salaries to coworkers: a new global trend

Talking about salary in the workplace is no longer a taboo – at least among younger professionals in the United States. As new salary transparency laws are being enacted across the U.S., a new survey from research portal Skynova indicates that, overall, 61% of employees say ...
Vacation Mindset: how weekends can bring happiness

Vacation Mindset: how weekends can bring happiness

An analysis of over 200,000 U.S. workers reveals that not prioritizing vacation is linked to lower happiness. Many people, however, do not feel they can take vacations due to financial and temporal constraints. Researchers from the Anderson School of Management, part of the Unive ...
Social connections increase well-being, Harvard says

Social connections increase well-being, Harvard says

A study conducted by Harvard University set out to analyze whether people who value well-being actually have higher quality of life rates. They found that the importance given to some aspects may be more effective than others when trying to achieve satisfaction. Analyzing data fr ...
ON THE RECORD #16

ON THE RECORD #16

New episode is out! In April’s editorial meeting, Ana Rodrigo Gonçalves joins Benedita Sampaio Nunes and Nathalia Toledo for a disruptive conversation about the directions of education, the corporate world, and medicine. ...
Six forces shaping the future of the consumer industry

Six forces shaping the future of the consumer industry

The consumer industry is on the precipice of dramatic changes that, over the next decade, will have a significant impact on the markets, models, and mechanics of consumer industry companies. In light of this, a new study released by Deloitte announces: the strategies that got us ...
Wanting effectiveness? Better voice messaging than texting

Wanting effectiveness? Better voice messaging than texting

Yes, the topic is controversial. But researchers from Stanford School of Business (USA) have reached the conclusion that audio can influence the behavior of those who receive a message more than text. The survey conducted by postgraduates sought to understand whether people act i ...
What are Gen Zs and millennials concerned about?

What are Gen Zs and millennials concerned about?

Gen Zs and millennials are deeply concerned about the state of the world, and actively try to balance the challenges of their everyday lives with their desire to drive societal change. The Deloitte Global 2022 Gen Z and Millennial Survey covered 14,808 Gen Zs and 8,412 millennial ...
The link between payment perception and trust

The link between payment perception and trust

Less than one-third of employees feel they are paid fairly, while just 34% of employees believe their pay is equitable. According to a recent survey by Gartner, Inc. of 3,523 employees in 2Q22, employees who perceive their pay as unequitable have a 15% lower intent to stay with t ...
How long is a productive meeting at work?

How long is a productive meeting at work?

An article published in the Wharton Business School’s magazine, from the University of Pennsylvania (USA), argues that 25 minutes would be the ideal length for any meeting at work. “Twenty-five minutes is not an arbitrary number: there is both art and science involved. Put si ...
Everyone can be creative, study suggests; learn how

Everyone can be creative, study suggests; learn how

A new study published in the journal Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes indicates that creativity is something that can be trained. The research was conducted by Washington State University’s Carson College of Business in partnership with the University of ...
The kind of mindset that increases happiness at work

The kind of mindset that increases happiness at work

A group of researchers from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Yale School of Management, Wharton School and Google has found that people who apply the concept of a “growth mindset” to their jobs are able to increase their levels of happiness at work. The concept i ...
The impact of social media on the labor market

The impact of social media on the labor market

As much of the economy becomes digitized, it is important to consider the effect of social media and social networks on jobs. A team of researchers from Harvard, Stanford, MIT and LinkedIn recently conducted the largest experimental study to date on the impact of social media on ...
Leaders in Action: Vhils 

Leaders in Action: Vhils 

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: an outstanding international artist with a social impact. Vhils shows all the attitud ...
ON THE RECORD #11

ON THE RECORD #11

In November’s editorial meeting, a mix of topics on the rise: healthy and productive aging, brands and their communities of belonging, and the importance of the wake-up call brought on by Blue November. Join us! ...
Leaders in Action: Tal Ben-Shahar

Leaders in Action: Tal Ben-Shahar

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: an inspirational teacher that is all about happiness. Tal Ben-Shahar gives a lesson o ...
The careers making Gen Z happy

The careers making Gen Z happy

It is not money or success at any price that drives the new generation of workers. What adolescents and young adults born between 1997 and 2012 want is the opportunity to reorient company culture and make a social impact through their work. The so-called Generation Z rates well f ...
Leaders in Action: Rui Moreira

Leaders in Action: Rui Moreira

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 politician committed to culture. Ruy Moreira teaches the art of mixing culture with ...
Leaders in Action: Nicholas Boothman

Leaders in Action: Nicholas Boothman

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 revolutionary best-selling author. Nicholas Boothman unpacks his knowledge about co ...
Leaders in Action: Martim Sousa Tavares

Leaders in Action: Martim Sousa Tavares

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 maestro who loves sharing his passion for music. Martim Sousa Tavares speaks of c ...
The most in-demand soft skills at the moment

The most in-demand soft skills at the moment

Increasingly, companies expect to see more than just technical competencies, the so-called hard skills, on resumes. For 93% of organizations, social abilities, or soft skills, are just as important as technical training. These skills appear in the report “The job market out ...
Gen Z wants their paycheck on a daily basis

Gen Z wants their paycheck on a daily basis

Plus flexibility. Plus benefits, Plus casual dress code, and pet-friendly offices. Yes, a recent report from the Center for Generational Kinetics (CGK) reveals that young employers have significantly changed or are re-evaluating their career and job expectations, beliefs, and pla ...
Leaders in Action: José Avillez

Leaders in Action: José Avillez

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: an awarded chef with a star team. José Avillez, the renowned Portuguese chef and rest ...
Leaders in Action: John Smit

Leaders in Action: John Smit

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 rugby captain who inspired his team to greatness. John Smit, a South African natio ...
Understanding which employees to send abroad

Understanding which employees to send abroad

Sending an employee to work abroad can be a huge expense for companies and a major disruption for the worker. With that in mind, new research conducted by professors from the MIT Sloan School of Management, Nanyang Business School, and Columbia Business School provided insight an ...
Leaders in Action: Joana Astolfi

Leaders in Action: Joana Astolfi

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 architect with an artist’s soul. Joana Astolfi revisits the great lessons learn ...
Leaders in Action: Garry Kasparov

Leaders in Action: Garry Kasparov

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 chess grandmaster and political activist. Garry Kasparov goes deep into the great ...
ON THE RECORD #8

ON THE RECORD #8

8th episode is out! In July’s editorial meeting, a great debate about the stories that human beings tell in order to make sense of the world (or to control it). A conversation about critical sense and questioning minds. Join us! ...
Home office: cold weather with blue skies boosts productivity

Home office: cold weather with blue skies boosts productivity

The weather outside the home office can play an important role and influence our productivity. A survey of 2,000 professionals investigated the issue and 73% of the participants said that whether the day was sunny, rainy or cloudy directly affected their production at work at hom ...
Leaders in Action: Alain de Botton

Leaders in Action: Alain de Botton

Season 2 on the way! Now that 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 philosopher of the modern times. Alain de Botton shares his thoughts on the hurdles of ...
Pets at work: a win-win to people and businesses

Pets at work: a win-win to people and businesses

One of the legacies of the pandemic for the labor market has been awakening smiles and affection around the world. According to the Radar Pet 2021 survey, the number of pets in Brazilian homes, for instance, grew 30% during the pandemic, and 23% of pet owners acquired their first ...
100-year-old Brazilian breaks record after 84 years at same company

100-year-old Brazilian breaks record after 84 years at same company

Passion, discipline and commitment. Is that the formula to spend a lifetime working for the same organization? For the 100-year-old Brazilian Walter Orthmann, the answer is yes. This combo motivated him to keep doing what he loves and, therefore, Walter became the official Guinne ...
ON THE RECORD #6

ON THE RECORD #6

6th episode is out! On this 4th of May, three topics that have been making headlines around the world: the pros and cons of a generation making its debut in the job market outside the office; one of the most important social networks in the world in the hands of one; and the incr ...
Wealthy people may be happier, but money can’t buy a sense of purpose

Wealthy people may be happier, but money can’t buy a sense of purpose

A team of researchers led by a Stanford professor investigated the correlation between financial resources, happiness, and the feeling of having a meaningful and purposeful life. What they found was that, in general, the greater the financial resources, the weaker the relationshi ...
It is time to embrace emotions

It is time to embrace emotions

The traditional organizational mindset sees rationality and emotionality as two opposite forces and good leadership as tough and strong. In this perspective, emotions should be left at the door when reaching the workplace, but is that really so? Dr. Amy Bradley disagrees. Special ...
Compassion: a powerful tool and an ingredient for success

Compassion: a powerful tool and an ingredient for success

“Around the world, we are now two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, and in Europe in recent weeks, life for many people has been turned upside down by war in Ukraine. Long before these catastrophic global events, there were signs that all may not be well in terms of our relatio ...
The Courage of Truth

The Courage of Truth

By Benedita Sampaio Nunes The word courage is a beautiful word, it comes from cor-age, the Latin for “of the heart”. Nowadays, it is generally understood as a virtue that allows one to undertake difficult things by overcoming fear and facing danger, suffering, fatigue. We oft ...
Happiness at work: the next corporate big wave

Happiness at work: the next corporate big wave

“The corporate world has always been made of people. If people always seek to be happy, why not talk about happiness inside corporations?”. That’s Dani Plesnik’s main claim as Talent Director at Deloitte Brasil. Having started as a trainee, and worked with taxes for 15 ye ...
The world’s best places to retire in 2022

The world’s best places to retire in 2022

Retirement is usually one of the main concerns of workers, and for those considering the possibility of living this moment abroad, International Living’s 2022 Global Retirement Index may help. The newest edition includes Spain, Malta, France, Ecuador, Colombia, Portugal, Mexico ...
ON THE RECORD #3

ON THE RECORD #3

Third episode is out! In yet another WIN World Newsroom editorial meeting, cooperation is the heart of the debate: have you ever thought about joining a global well-being community? And more: are technology and health always allies? Or can they become adversaries? Join us! ...
What type of worker are you?

What type of worker are you?

Thinking about what the average worker wants from a job no longer makes sense in the modern economy, according to the recent research ‘The Working Future: Re-humanizing work’. As personalities have fragmented throughout history, so have attitudes toward work. The authors foun ...
Millionaires are calling for higher taxes

Millionaires are calling for higher taxes

Over 100 millionaires and billionaires launched this week an unexpected appeal to political and business leaders during a virtual meeting promoted by the World Economic Forum: “Force us to pay more taxes”. The group that calls itself “Patriot Millionaires” ...
ON THE RECORD #2

ON THE RECORD #2

Second episode is out! New year, new job? The first editorial meeting of 2022 debates professional changes and what motivates them. And more: a cosmetic giant outside social media. And how companies and scientists can (and should) stand side by side. Join us! If you prefer, liste ...
Hybrids, face-to-face or online? The 2021 office holiday parties

Hybrids, face-to-face or online? The 2021 office holiday parties

With COVID-19 rates falling, many companies have slowly returned to in-person meetings, conferences, and team-building gatherings. And what about the traditional office holiday party this year? Surveys show that co-workers want to meet in person at the traditional “firm parties ...
Afghan entrepreneurs among the most inspiring women of 2021

Afghan entrepreneurs among the most inspiring women of 2021

The BBC annual list of the 100 influential and inspiring women from around the world was released with an unprecedented: half of this year’s list are women from Afghanistan. In 2021, the 100 Women project chose those who are “resetting” the world — that is, wo ...
ON THE RECORD #1

ON THE RECORD #1

First episode is out! Chief Media Officer Nathalia Toledo welcomes CEO Carlota Ribeiro Ferreira, Chief Content Officer Benedita Sampaio Nunes and Head of Brazil Operations Rafael Lopes for a chat totally “ON” (the record). In the debut editorial meeting, a double cele ...
The effectiveness of face-to-face requests

The effectiveness of face-to-face requests

In the workplace, when needing colleagues’ help or favor, do you simply call them up, or do you schedule a time to get together in person? What about over video call? Over the phone? Or email?  In one of the studies led by social psychologist Vanessa Bohns to investiga ...
Contemporary Art market breaking records in 2021. What is behind?

Contemporary Art market breaking records in 2021. What is behind?

Despite the negative impact of the global health crisis, global turnover on Contemporary Art is continuing to grow. According to the latest Artprice report, between June 2020 and June 2021, $2.7 billion were hammered worldwide. For investors, it represents a stronger, more divers ...
Face masks could be affecting people interaction, new research suggests

Face masks could be affecting people interaction, new research suggests

A study led by Cardiff University found that people unable to use their mouth to mimic that emotion struggled to empathize with other people. The research has been published in the Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience journal get this dealwhat is the best replica wat ...