Company culture is a hot topic and top-of-mind for many business leaders these days. Designing and creating a strong company culture with rituals and artefacts to match has become an important signifier for purpose-driven organizations. Culture is crucial.
Continue reading “Why ‘CULTURAL FIT’ just got me fired…”
If you clicked into this post, you probably understand Danish. If you don’t speak Danish (and got onto my post by pure accident), you probably have a major challenge in finding work in Denmark.
Continue reading “Tordnende arrogant!”
I think we all know by now that the name of the game in 2016 is TRUST. More and more companies emerging are based on an assumption of trust – AirBnB, Uber, GoMore, Lyft. Several companies are providing trust index services to let you know, who you can trust and who you probably shouldn’t trust. (Glasdoor, Trustpilot, Yelp, Tripadvisor.)
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I was in a very interesting meeting yesterday. One of our more inquisitive employees said that sometimes curiosity can be mistaken for questioning. This sparked an interesting discussion about how communicating intent is a shared responsibility.
Continue reading “Can we agree to disagree?”
The rate at which we change jobs has never been higher – one in five Danish employees have been in their current job less than a year. 70% of US employees are disengaged. 400.000 people in Denmark have stress-related symptoms on a daily basis and 35.000 are on sick leave due to stress leading to extensive discussions about work-life balance and how we can improve it.
Continue reading “Have YOU found YOUR tribe?”
In 2020, the workplace, as we know it, will have changed. Whether we call them Millennials, Generation Y, or just the Next Great Generation, in a few years time, they will have a significant impact on your workplace. They will be a significant part of your workplace.
Continue reading “The Four P’s of your Future Workplace”