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Personal experiences & inspiring stories!

We have known all along that to get any semblance of a culture going within an organization, the first and foremost requirement is to create a Culture of Trust. Nothing more can provide a base as strong as trust for any company culture to grow and prosper. Why? Because apart from the thousands of researches which have demonstrated this, human nature is it’s biggest supporter…

Do you recognise these moments, that your mind is drifting away, and you think about all the things that you could do to make this world a better place? If only you had the perfect idea. If only you had more time. If only you knew how to move it forward… Stop beating around the bush. If you want to change the world, start a business! We will show you which 7 steps you have to take to launch your business for good.

As a trainer you meet new people every day. Connecting with participants is a fundamental part of the learning process. Using a name when addressing someone contributes to their sense of connection and involvement. But when you see so many people passing by, how do you remember all those names?

When you want to work more efficiently, automation is key. The urgency to implement new software solutions has been given a huge boost by COVID-19. One of the most underestimated parts of a successful software implementation is the facilitation of behavioural change. And in most cases even a cultural change.

Many organizations and leaders face the conundrum of simplicity versus complexity on a daily basis – though even with the best intention of keeping things simple, complexity seeps it’s way in. As I started my research on this topic, I realized that simplicity and its importance to an organization has been written since the late 90s but majority of the case studies where organizations grappled with simplicity were from that period or after. So, I started deep-diving as to why organizations are unable to embrace simplicity as a norm and some interesting insights came up.

Business models for good are business models for companies that want to create impact. With the use of one of these models, you are contributing to a solution of a social problem in the core of your business. For commercial companies, like TOMS, who was one of the first to use the business model “one for one”; for foundations who want to grow, like Dance4Life, who laid the foundation for explosive growth with their business model “social franchising”; and for social entrepreneurs, like Peerby, who enables neighbours to borrow or rent things from each other with their multisided platform.

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