The 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals that trust has changed profoundly in the past year—people have shifted their trust to the relationships within their control, most notably their employers.
Paul J. Zak’s proclivity for taking blood samples has earned him a nickname as the “vampire economist.” But his sanguinary habit is backed by his scientific quest: What if there was a master switch for human behavior? On, and people are loving and generous. Off, and they revert to violence and greed. By studying thousands of blood samples, Zak has pinpointed just such a switch: a brain chemical called oxytocin.
The natural inclination for most global public companies is to hide things, yet transparency has always been core to HubSpot’s culture. But, a culture of transparency doesn’t just happen — you have to build it. One of the primary ways HubSpot has built a transparent culture is through “the wiki,” powered by Confluence.
Duration: 12 minutes.
If we want to do things differently in HR, we are reliant on our leaders doing things differently too. Discover how to help them make the changes you need.
In this guide, we will explain how organisational learning is moving towards a contextual approach, and what this shift might mean for training in your company. We’ll outline why championing contextual learning among your leaders is important, and how you can empower them to direct their own growth.
Duration: 16 minutes.
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