Does anyone actually find these so-called “motivational pictures”, well, motivational? Last week I mentioned Dan Pink (and what motivates us) and then I wondered where you can find great examples of businesses like this. A good a place as any to start was job website Glassdoor’s award for the 50 UK Best Places to Work in […]
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“We want to change but the culture here is just too deeply embedded”. A more traditional approach to tackling the problem of change within an organisation could be some encouraging words from senior management, a selection of PowerPoint slides detailing the company’s new Aims & Objectives or a departmental team building session… which we all […]
This is a favourite quote of mine by Melinda Gates, “when we invest in women and girls, we invest in the people who invest in everyone else”. Related to this, I came across a blog post written by her a year or so ago which a struck a chord with me. It talked about the […]
New Additions to the Games Without Frontiers Team Arguably the most important thing anyone can bring to a start-up organisation is a can-do and positive attitude. Have a look at Wally Kozak’s Eagles and Ducks here (thank you ESpark Edinburgh for sharing) for some light relief on a serious point. I love it.
Pay rise? Performance bonus? Put £200 behind the bar on a night out? Possibly. I would argue that, however, these are ‘skin deep’ motivators.