The Fishbowl analogy

Despite my skepticism of corporate trainings, my team and I are working on designing a workshop for senior leaders. The aim is to help strengthen a muscle we believe (and they agree) is important. Last evening, the project team got together for a scaling and detailing meeting. With the initial pilot feedback for the workshop … Continue reading The Fishbowl analogy

Reinventing Employee Experience and Workplace Culture Post COVID-19

It has been one year since the world changed due to the pandemic. One complete trip around the sun with a virus piggybacking on us, and we survived. It has been undoubtedly a journey we never imagined embarking on and a difficult one at that. Now, as we make plans for a new future, there are … Continue reading Reinventing Employee Experience and Workplace Culture Post COVID-19

A Look Into Employees’ Pension Savings Gap

Everyone wants to retire comfortably — no more fretting about income or finances for the rest of your life. But saving for your golden years is easier said than done, and with ageism present in the workplace, it’s becoming even more difficult. Some firms refuse to hire anyone older than 65 because they believe that younger … Continue reading A Look Into Employees’ Pension Savings Gap

No such thing as mental health

We have a long way to go before we crack the code to solving for mental health. Unlike most ailments, there isn’t a single virus, bacteria or fungi to fight but a myriad of reasons not all of which can be guarded against. It is a bigger battle in some cultures than others and to believe that a one size fits all approach will work is naïve.