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BR TALKS #1

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, Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome an ESG reference: Suelma Rosa
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Companies unite for racial agenda

Almost 50 companies got together in a non-profit association to outline strategies to combat structural racism in Brazil and leverage the inclusion of black professionals in the job market, especially in leadership. The Movement for Racial Equity (Mover) reunites 1.2 million employees in 47 enterprises, such as Coca-Cola, Gerdau, BRF, Ambev, Carref
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Complex agendas, unexpected events, doubts, choices and… healthy fittings!

By Carlota Ribeiro Ferreira This might be well one of the most stressful topics to many people. Deal with busy schedules, the desire to be involved in everything and last-minute changes due to unexpected events that really need to be considered.  No panic. There’s no one-size-fits-all formula, but some organization clues and unlocking tricks
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BR TALKS #1

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, Nathalia Toledo and Rafael Lopes welcome an ESG reference: Suelma Rosa, […]

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BR TALKS #1

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, ...
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Companies unite for racial agenda

Almost 50 companies got together in a non-profit association to outline strategies to combat structural racism in Brazil and leverage the inclusion of black professionals in the job market, especially in leadership. The Movement for Racial Equity (Mover) reunites 1.2 million empl...
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Complex agendas, unexpected events, doubts, choices and… healthy fittings!

By Carlota Ribeiro Ferreira This might be well one of the most stressful topics to many people. Deal with busy schedules, the desire to be involved in everything and last-minute changes due to unexpected events that really need to be considered.  No panic. There’s no one-s...
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BR TALKS #1

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, Nathalia Tol...
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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...
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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”...
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Big brands call for ambitious global treaty to cut plastic production

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Unilever and Ikea are among over 70 brands that released a joint business statement calling for a global pact to fight plastic pollution, including reducing material production.  World leaders will gather at a United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA 5.2...
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Gender equity policies big in companies grow 25%

The number of companies with a specific area to take care of the gender equity strategy, with a focus and budget to include women in leadership, has grown by 25% in the last two years. According to the recent edition of the survey “Women in Leadership,” carried out by Brazili...
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The Philosophy of Children

By João Bettencourt “I think colleges are basically for fun and to prove you can do your chores, but they’re not for learning.” This is what Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk said at the Satellite 2020 Conference. He continued: “I want to make sure Tesla’...
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Organizations must connect global risks to strategy

The new World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report is dominated by environmental issues. Climate action failure, extreme weather events, biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse were considered the top three of the top 10 global risks by severity over the next 10 years. Around ...
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People are missing climate education in school — and don’t feel prepared for green jobs

According to a recent survey conducted by Pearson, people are rushing to make up ground with more education and training to address the global effects. 5,000 people in five countries were asked how much education they’ve had on climate change. The results are clear: not eno...
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Burnout: officially an occupational syndrome (to look after)

Since January 1 (2022), the new classification of the World Health Organization (WHO), the ICD 11, is in effect. In practice, it means that it is provided the same labor and social security rights of other employment-related illnesses. As a result, burnout is now treated differen...
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‘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...
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The economy of solitude

By Rafael Lopes In recent days, the world has found itself afflicted by yet another pandemic. The pandemic of which I speak is not of a pathogenic nature but rather a psychological one: loneliness. The concept of loneliness is by no means a new phenomenon but it has been thrust b...
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Time to break patterns of socioeconomic barriers and privilege in the workplace

A recent study conducted by D&I experts about the workplace experience of those from different socioeconomic backgrounds has found that wealth differences influence the paths through which people enter and progress through their professional careers, and suggests what leaders...
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Predictability at work improves health and well-being, research says

Alongside wages, work schedules are a fundamental component of job quality. A study conducted by professors from the University of California and Harvard Kennedy School found that a Seattle ordinance requiring more notice in scheduling for hourly workers resulted in more predicta...
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Recruiting with Artificial Intelligence: the best practices

Organizations around the world are increasingly using AI-based tools to manage human resources tasks,  in ways that are more effective, fair, and efficient. When it comes to recruiting, companies are using these tools from candidate screening, where technology helps to selec...
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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...
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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!...
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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...
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Virgin plastic use by brands to drop nearly 20% by 2025, report shows

Millions of dollars are being invested in cleaning up our oceans, rivers and beaches in an effort to turn the tide against plastic pollution. These efforts are vital, but they will be in vain if even more plastics leak into the environment – ​​or are dumped in landfills or ...
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Can we stop calling them “soft” skills?

By Benedita Sampaio Nunes Awareness, vulnerability, empathy, compassion, courage, patience, communication through writing and speaking, the capacity to listen, emotional intelligence in general, creativity, work ethic, organization, collaboration, dealing with a crisis… As oppo...
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Women rule UN’s 2021 ‘Champions of the Earth’ award

A Caribbean-based prime minister, a scientist, a group of indigenous women, and an entrepreneur dominated the United Nations’ highest environmental honor in 2021. “These Champions of the Earth inspire, defend, mobilize and act to tackle the greatest environmental chal...
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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 ...
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New Year’s wishes at work: mental health

Mental health is a worrying factor for most respondents of recent research on the expectations of professionals about the future of work. 44% of them are highly concerned about whether the amount of work will affect people’s mental health in the coming years. Another 43% hi...
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New Year’s wishes at work: flexibility

Recent research on the expectations of professionals concerning the future of work shows that the interest in well-being should remain on the companies’ agenda in the coming year. 80% of respondents expect managers to continue to respect their personal lives, time with fami...
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New insights found about the “second brain” in our gut

Known for its enteric nervous system (ENS), scientists have found that the digestive tract is connected to a vast network of neurons distributed from the esophagus to the last parts of the intestine. It works like an extension of the brain, which, beyond the skull, coordinates th...
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Offices are (gradually) going green

As global leaders pledge to reduce their carbon emissions, cities move toward more sustainable transportation and eateries ditch disposable straws, workplaces are following suit. A survey with professionals in the US and Canada found that 59% of the offices have made environmenta...
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Video resume: the new way to stand out

The candidate who sends a video curriculum without being asked for it is attracting more attention: it shows proactivity and good communication, according to recruiters. A survey recently released by LinkedIn suggests that video resumes are gaining traction among recruiters. Cond...
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What is your purpose? (Can’t stand this spiel anymore)

By Nathalia Toledo I admit. The trivialization of this word makes me want to stop right here. Suddenly, the well-being market, the business market and the self-care market, among others, incorporated this “purpose” talk to reformulate their brands, their communication...
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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...
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Office air quality may affect employees’ cognition and productivity

A study published in Environmental Research Letters points out that the air quality inside an office can have significant impacts on the cognitive function of employees, including response times and the ability to focus. Furthermore, it can also affect workers’ productivity. Th...
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ON THE RECORD #1

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 celebration: the first steps of ou...
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Green recovery: over 20 million jobs to be created

Climate action presents an enormous opportunity for global economies. According to the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), a green recovery scenario with investments into renewable energies, building efficiency and green...
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WIN World, inspiring the future

By Carlota Ribeiro Ferreira In a particular moment in our lives, a quick boldness, our company’s 13-year story told in a very personal way. From WIN World to the entire world, so that we can together give new worlds to the world. And why am I writing this now? Well, I belie...
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Heroes of the Year: the scientists who made the difference in 2021

For 2021’s Heroes of the Year award, Time magazine named researchers who worked on the COVID-19 vaccines, called “The Miracle Workers”. The cover image features Katalin Karikó, Barney S. Graham, Kizzmekia Corbett and Drew Weissman, four scientists who made stri...
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Curiosity: no longer just a nice skill to have

The impulse to seek new information and experiences and explore novel possibilities is becoming a differentiating asset increasingly essential to business performance and success. According to a recent study based on data from LinkedIn, engagement with company posts that discuss ...
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Artificial intelligence can help train superprofessionals

Introduced to the world in 2019, in a first moment aimed at the medical field, helping patients who lost their speech to communicate, the Alter Ego artificial intelligence could now be used to create a generation of super professionals with access to any knowledge.  ThatR...
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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...
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French business schools dominate 2021 FT ranking

At a time of pressure in the wake of the pandemic, the 18th annual Financial Times ranking of European business schools highlights the 95 institutions that achieved a high performance even being forced to adapt to online and blended learning, face rising competition from alternat...
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Pandemic accelerates structural changes across health ecosystem

Intensified by the health crisis triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, challenges — such as new consumer habits, the demand for digital transformation — also present an opportunity for organizational leaders to bring about necessary changes to the entire ecosystem. Delo...
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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...
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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...
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ESG: agenda on the rise in organizations priorities

The ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) agenda has not been limited to isolated sustainability initiatives by companies. It may not yet be the majority globally, but a huge part of the corporate world seems to have understood what analysts have been saying for some time: E...
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The most influential thinkers in the business world

A professor of leadership and management at the Harvard Business School ranks first on the late Thinkers50’s list of most influential business thinkers. Amy C. Edmondson was chosen for the innovative work on psychological safety, which has been groundbreaking, pointing out ...
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Beyond academic learning

Over the last few years, social and emotional skills have been rising on the education policy agenda and in the public debate. For the first time, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) surveyed to measure these skills among the future labor generation....
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First test mission to defend Planet Earth

On Wednesday (November 24th), NASA launched the first mission to hit an asteroid as a test against future threats. A spacecraft will crash into the satellite Dimorphos at a speed of nearly 25,000 kilometers per hour, enough to alter its trajectory.  NASA scientists say that for ...
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9 business practices for improving safety and health through supply chains

Meaningful initiatives have been developed to address the various facets of a safe and healthy working environment, including monitoring, compliance, and remediation. However, there is no zero risk-injury working environment. Robust occupational safety and health (OSH) laws and p...
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Organizations at a tipping point in D&I agenda

The pandemic has pushed firms and leaders into deliberate how diversity and inclusion (D&I) evolve within their systems, culture, and strategy, according to the global Future of Inclusion survey conducted by Intel. Among 3,000 executives or managers of companies with more tha...
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Metaverse: the future of work?

Considered the next chapter of the Internet, the virtual world where people will be able to interact and carry out any activity – including work – is the latest bet by technology giants and promises to give new contours to human communication. The metaverse is a virtu...
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BIS: Female managers are better for the planet

A new study published by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), a Swiss-based oversight institution for the world’s central banks, suggests a benefit to hiring women and improving staff gender diversity, not just at the board level, but across the company. The document f...
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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...
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Social skills: the must-have for a good manager (at any level)

More than ever, firms are demanding from their leaders the capability to interact, persuade, relate to others, and, most, the ability to listen. A team of researchers including Harvard professors analyzed thousands of executive job search descriptions created between 2000 and 201...
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Workplace mental health at a catalytic point in time

Researchers who conducted a study on the prevalence of mental health challenges and stigma in U.S. workplaces in 2019 have now updated the report analyzing 2020’s events effects, and how the pandemic has sparked, if not demanded, a shared empathy for mental health and a collect...
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Women (and men) to boycott high gender pay gap firms

In recent years, several countries and regions around the world have approved new regulations requiring companies to disclose salary information broken down by gender and other demographic data, revealing huge still-on-going payment gaps. Four renowned professors and researchers ...
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Social progress on advance worldwide – in short steps though

That’s the conclusion of the latest Social Progress Index, released since 2011 to measure the success of 168 nations, using data to influence policies and investments all over the world. The survey reveals the best countries for health, safety, education, rights, and quality of...
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COP26 is over. What’s Next?

The manifold pledges made during the last United Nations’ high-profile climate conference have taken the news headlines during the past two weeks. After successive political speeches and a myriad of critics pointing out empty calls, COP 26 has come to an end this weekend as...
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Number of African businesswomen betting on innovation on a rise

A recent study published by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) reveals that approximately one in four African businesswomen (23.9%) has innovated.  The survey was conducted with more than 420 women in 10 countries – Benin, Dem...
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A new business contract for education

A new report of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) asks for reflection on the type of education the world wants looking to 2050, suggesting practices that can be maintained or abandoned. The document “Imagining Our Futures Together: A ...
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Leaders call for protecting children online

Internet giants joined several world leaders to issue a global call to better protect children online. The appeal was initiated by France and the U.N. child protection agency UNICEF. The document brings that “in the digital environment, children can come across harmful and ...
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Women who breastfeed are more protected against Alzheimer’s, study says

New research by the University of California (UCLA), published in the scientific journal Evolution, Medicine and Public Health, found that women over the age of 50 who breastfed are less at risk of developing cognitive problems, including Alzheimer’s disease. According to t...
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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 To BBC News, lead author Ross Vanderwert ...