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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!

ESG: there’s no sustainability without social license

Companies are focusing more on social impact — a widely accepted idea by CEOs, media, politicians, and experts. A new McKinsey article shows that there has been a fivefold growth in internet searches for ESG (environmental, social, and governance) since 2019, and across industries, geographies, and company sizes, organizations have been alloc

The top media trends you can’t run away from

The latest edition of Deloitte’s Digital media trends diagnoses: consumer behavior is shifting, led by Gen Zs and Millennials. People are looking for more personalized, interactive, and immersive experiences. The study uncovered insights from the United States, Brazil, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom. And summed up the key trends: TREND 1:

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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!...

ESG: there’s no sustainability without social license

Companies are focusing more on social impact — a widely accepted idea by CEOs, media, politicians, and experts. A new McKinsey article shows that there has been a fivefold growth in internet searches for ESG (environmental, social, and governance) since 2019, and across ind...

The top media trends you can’t run away from

The latest edition of Deloitte’s Digital media trends diagnoses: consumer behavior is shifting, led by Gen Zs and Millennials. People are looking for more personalized, interactive, and immersive experiences. The study uncovered insights from the United States, Brazil, Germany,...

Leaders in Action: Miguel Stanley

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 dentist for greater smiles. Miguel Stanley takes us from quality, innovation and ethics ...

Good news: optimism lengthens life

A study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, found that higher levels of optimism are associated with longer lifespan and living beyond age 90 in women across racial and ethnic groups. “Alt...

A step forward: supermarkets may soon have eco-food labeling

In many countries such as the United Kingdom and Ireland, supermarket shoppers will soon be able to check the environmental impact of food before putting it in their trolleys, thanks to new research. Today, food markets only have to list their main ingredients – by percentage, ...

Smartphones can improve memory, research found

Neuroscientists and experts around the world have expressed concerns that the overuse of technology could result in the breakdown of cognitive abilities and cause “digital dementia”. However, a new study by University College London (UCL) suggests that using a digital device ...

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...

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...

Doctors to start prescribing walking and cycling in UK

Doctors in England will soon be able to prescribe bike rides to improve public health. The UK government announced a £12.7m programme for local authorities to take part in a three-year trial, following a successful pilot in West Yorkshire run by the charity Cycling UK.  From no...

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...

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

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...

Why sharpen your brain starting now

Research conducted by the British university Exeter, in partnership with King’s College London, revealed that solving games that exercise the brain, such as crossword puzzles, can have a positive impact on cognitive aspects such as attention, information processing, and rea...

Raising customers’ awareness

Sustainability and environmental preservation are considered subjects of great interest for the majority of the Rock in Rio audience. This is what a Datafolha survey of 412 people over the age of 16 indicates. Seven out of ten people interviewed (70%) said they are interested in ...

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,...

Hybrid work reduced employee loss, study shows

Hybrid work reduced employee loss rates at a large tech company by 35% and improved job satisfaction scores, with no negative impact on performance or promotions, according to a new Stanford University study. Following the explosion of remote work during the pandemic, many compan...

ON THE RECORD #9

New episode is out! In September’s editorial meeting, we discussed the importance of breaks. How long has it been since you took a good vacation? That says more about your relationship with your work than you realize. We also had great insights into the officeless culture. ...

Why empower workforce learning

Reinventing and revitalizing a company culture is one of the biggest priorities for business leaders in today’s rapidly evolving climate, in which the requirement to engage and retain talent is fiercer than ever. A learning culture, in particular, is key to improving the employ...

Leaders in Action: Josh Valman

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 young entrepreneur accelerating innovation. Josh Valman, a 90’s kid, shows ho...

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...

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...

Why micromobility is the future

The tipping point in electric passenger vehicle adoption occurred in the second half of 2020, when electric vehicle sales and entry grew in major markets despite the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility. Experts on ...

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...

The great wave of innovation

The pace of technology development and adoption by companies is bigger than ever in all economic domains, from agriculture to finance, from healthcare to manufacturing. Executives must create awareness on these technologies and comprehend the potential impact in their business, f...

Case to be followed: US Women’s Soccer has approved pay equity agreement

The world of sports is one of the most lucrative businesses in the globe, and just like throughout the corporate environment, it also faces equity and gender pay gap challenges. According to information reported by Forbes, in 2016, members of the Women’s National Soccer Tea...

The net-zero transition: an investment, not a cost

The global transition to a net zero economy will cost about $3.5 trillion a year more than the world was planning until 2022. The number was revealed in a McKinsey study earlier this year, amid more than 130 countries that have pledged net zero emissions by 2050. “Capital spend...

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...

Tired at the office? Take some microbreaks

Is working long hours without leaving the computer synonymous with productivity? Some people think so. However, a study conducted by North Carolina State University, in the United States, and published by Science Daily, points out that taking short breaks during the workday helps...

The power of analytic thinking

Several surveys have shown that analytic thinking and problem-solving top the list of skills that employers believe will grow in prominence over the next five years. Analytic thinking is a careful, deductive way of thinking, where data analysis and logic work together to make dec...

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: João Medeiros

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 man of physics, cosmos and writings. João Medeiros tells how to unite a passion fo...

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...

Stress among the world’s workers reached an all-time high — again

Whether employees are stressed because of work, or their stress is carrying over into work, one thing is clear from the new edition of the State of the Global Workplace report: the world’s employees are feeling even more stressed than they did in 2020 (the previous all-time...

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

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 ...

Why professionals from different fields want to migrate to technology

Even without a higher degree in technology or digital, most professionals are interested in working in these areas. This is what a recent Land survey, published by the Brazilian newspaper Valor, indicates. The research heard 3,153 people. Of the total, only 9% are graduates in te...

Heat wave drives workers back to the office

Office air conditioning has been too attractive to ignore. The new heat wave hitting Europe has been record-breaking, claiming victims and causing major damage. This month (July 2022) the UK reached the highest temperature in history, according to the Met Office. The thermometers...

Companies speed up diversity and inclusion initiatives, but effectiveness is still low

The corporate world has already understood that diversity is something vital not only for building a healthier environment but also for the development of the business itself. According to a survey conducted by the global organizational consulting firm Korn Ferry, 83% of companie...

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...

The health-savvy CEO’s mindset

Health-conscious leaders are reframing well-being at work, after the impacts of the new coronavirus pandemic, which has elevated the topic to the CEO’s urgent attention. A massive study conducted and published by Deloitte shows that the vast majority of the C-suite agree that e...

Climate litigation: why so important for campaigners

Climate lawsuits are surging globally, with governments, oil firms and other polluters increasingly finding themselves in court for failing to act on the climate crisis. Data published by the London School of Economics on Thursday revealed that climate-related lawsuits have more ...

Covid and economic crisis delay gender equity to 132 years from now

Global progress in reducing gender inequality has been too slow to recover from the losses accumulated during the Covid19 pandemic, according to the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Gender Gap Report. The 2022 result represents an improvement over the previous year, whe...

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

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...

Age 45+: an unwarranted bias is at work

Recruiting leaders hold a negative view of older candidates during selections, despite valuing their performance, when hired, as high as that of younger peers. The analysis appears in global research conducted by Generation, a nonprofit organization focused on training and employ...

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 ...

Netherlands poised to guarantee remote work by law

While American companies struggle to attract workers back to their offices, the Dutch Parliament has passed legislation to establish remote work as a legal right in the country. The text now heads to the Senate.  If passed, the new law will force companies to consider reques...

Individual and plural actions: “a matter of survival”

There is no denying that the issue of health and well-being is in the spotlight. But the truth is that it should never have been off the agenda, with or without a pandemic. This is the mindset that has guided Kátia Regina Pereira during her almost 20-year career in the human res...

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 ...

The ideal amount of sleep to increasing productivity and well-being

A study recently published in the journal Nature Aging showed that both insufficient and excessive amounts of sleep contributed to uneven cognitive performance in a middle-aged to the elderly population of nearly 500,000 UK adults. The research aimed to better understand the link...

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 #10

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 welcome Katia Regina, Manager of Remuneration and Benefits at Ne...

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...

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!...

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!...

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...

A roadmap to grow sustainable results

Even with record private sector participation in global climate conferences, such as COP26, the global average of companies with zero net emissions commitments was only 22% at the beginning of 2022. The data is from a survey of more than 4,400 CEOs conducted by the consultancy Pw...

Making companies inclusive — a leader’s give-back mission

Born in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, Leizer Pereira, despite being a minority (black and with a consolidated career in the area of Telecommunications Engineering) felt the need to help not only young black, disabled, and LGBTQI+ people, but to help companies hire and include th...

Leaders in Action: Garrett McNamara

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 fierce surfer with a cool mind. Garrett McNamara goes from childhood influences to t...

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...

Brazilians are the ones who most believe in science worldwide

A study conducted by the multinational company 3M with 17 thousand people from 17 countries in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Oceania, indicates that the credibility of scientists is on the rise in most countries, but particularly high in Brazil. The State of Science Index shows ...

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!...

BR TALKS #9

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 nad founder of Empodera, Leizer Pereira. Join us!...

Leaders in Action: Diana Gomes da Silva

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 brave pilot for brave flights. Diana Gomes da Silva unravels the first steps in her c...

Learning is becoming central to everyday work

Linkedin’s new report on learning reveals a shift in the overall landscape as a result of the pandemic. How L&D (learning and development) professionals responded to Covid-19 and helped their organizations adapt earned them a seat at the table.  According to the re...

Leaders in Action: Carlos Moedas

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 passionate advocate for diversity and institutions. Carlos Moedas reveals how he tran...

EU reaches agreement on gender equality for company leader positions

The European Union (EU) has reached an agreement to require companies listed on European stock exchanges to have at least 40% female representation in board positions by 2026. The European Commission first proposed the legislation in 2012, and formal adoption still requires appro...

The global call for more mental health support

The explosion of awareness around mental health is driving people globally to demand that employers and schools step up and provide more support. Since work and school are the places where people spend the most time outside their family life, the 2022 edition of Global Learner Su...

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 ...

Flexibility: the gateway to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace

Offering flexibility to employees is emerging as a significant way to move the needle in a positive direction on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). A new survey by Future Forum reveals that flexibility continues to be most valued by those who have been underrepresented in kn...

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...

European Parliament votes to end the sale of fossil-fuel cars from 2035

The European Parliament has approved a proposal to ban the sale of new cars powered by combustion engines after 2035. The measure seeks to intensify the bloc’s fight against climate change through a faster transition to electric vehicles. European lawmakers voted on Wednesd...

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!...

BR TALKS #8

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!...

A big hug for the oceans

Created by the United Nations Organization (UNO), World Environment Day, on the 5th of June, continues to be celebrated with initiatives for the planet’s sustainability worldwide.  And this June 8 is the United Nations World Oceans Day, 2022 with the theme “Revitaliz...

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...

ON THE RECORD #7

7th episode is out! In June’s editorial meeting, the future has already taken over the present: the NFTs — your chance to finally understand what it’s all about; Justice putting limits on social networks; and the delights and transformations of playing in a glob...

ON THE RECORD #7

7th episode is out! In June’s editorial meeting, the future has already taken over the present: the NFTs — your chance to finally understand what it’s all about; Justice putting limits on social networks; and the delights and transformations of playing in a glob...

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...

Creating School-Companies: where all are learners

Spending more than 20 years in the same company. Does it sound boring or adventurous to you? Well, you should know that for Agatha Arêas, currently VP of Learning Experience at Rock in Rio, there was not even a dull moment. “Learning and unquietness move me. The secret is ...

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...

Building a shared future for all beings

By Nathalia Toledo In a few months, leaders from around the world will meet to agree on a global biodiversity framework with clear and measurable goals to put the planet on the path to recovery by 2030. And in a few hours, inspiring explorers, biologists, and ecologists will be g...

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!...

BR TALKS #7

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!...

A plan for renewables: how to jump-start right now

In reaction to the latest World Meteorological Organization (WMO) report — which showed that greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rise, ocean heat levels and acidification set new records during 2021 — the UN chief, António Guterres, proposed five critical action...

Artificial intelligence may be the key against mental illnesses

Researchers in the United States have conducted a pilot study in humans that indicates that, through artificial intelligence and targeted electrical brain stimulation, it is possible to improve specific human brain functions. The study, published in the scientific journal Nature ...

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

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...

Gender Equality Leaders: the positive impact of those who are getting it right

“After a two-year setback for gender equality in the workplace, it is critical that employers act now”. That’s one of the major messages the recently release Deloitte’s Women @ Work 2022 brings out. According to the report, flexible working is only availab...

Mental health support increasing, but workers still struggle

The availability of organizational programs to support employee well-being has significantly increased in just the last year, a new survey led by Conference Board reveals. But that still doesn’t mean effectiveness. “The increased focus on mental health and well-being in t...

Sustainability in companies goes beyond money

By Filipe Reduto Gaspar The word “sustainability” is on everyone’s lips. Given the context of climate emergency that we live in, it is only natural that, as a society, we are concerned about investing in sustainable practices to ensure a future for us, for our l...

Impact Business: why so important

As the impact business sector has matured over the last decade, large companies have realized the need to add sustainability to their operations. And incorporating impact business into their operation – or their supply chain – would be a great way to do that. A Yunus ...

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!...

BR TALKS #6

New talk is out! In today’s episode, a heartwarming conversation about the social impact of a business. Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes receive chef and entrepreneur David Hertz, cofounder of Gastromotiva. Join us!...

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 ...

Work-Life Balance: the countries that are leading the way

How much time of your week do you spend working? The amount people spend (not) at the office is one of the most important aspects of a healthy work-life balance. According to the OECD, “evidence suggests that long working hours can harm personal health, compromise safety an...

Employees with high thinking skills are more likely to recover from failure and not repeat offenses

Professionals with a greater ability to self-reflect and regulate their moral behavior are more likely to bounce back after a failure. This is because they can look at their past moral failures, which momentarily diverted them from their “moral compass,” and reprogram...

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...

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...

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