Find out at our pioneering one-day event. Do Stress. Oct 14th. London.
Smart companies attract great people. But, even more importantly, they keep them too. They have learnt it’s all about people. It always was. It always will be. They have learnt they have to create a human culture, and not a corporate one.
“Talented people need organisations less than organisations need talented people” — Dan Pink.
Why Are Human-Based Companies The Future?
When you look beyond just paying a good salary, other factors begin to play a much bigger part in attracting and keeping people. Smart companies separate themselves from others. They create a culture that is a human-based culture.
These pioneers have found ways to have great businesses and look after their people. They work differently. They think differently. But they get results. Everything about them works.
These pioneers understand the importance of how humans work best, when they are at their most creative, and most productive. The pioneers have learnt, sometimes the hard way, that the culture they have to build is one for their people to thrive in, and not burn out in.
The badge of honour for who worked the longest no longer strikes a chord with many, and largely, that era has come and gone. Indeed, the most important perks at smart companies are related to their peoples’ wellbeing.
At The Do Lectures, we are fascinated by that. And that is why we are holding a one-day event in London on October 14th. It is called Do Stress.
Do Stress. One-Day Event. Oct 14th. London.
It will deliver insights, future strategies, and will examine the zeitgeist for ‘human-based companies’ and how ‘work’ is going to change. And what that means for your business?
There will be 10 talks from entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, change-makers, and visionaries.
The day will cover why smart companies are creating human cultures, not corporate ones in order to thrive. How you stay ahead in the future? It’s going to be a fascinating day.
The aim of the day is to find out how to look after our people better. To learn how to create a human culture that makes our companies stronger, more creative, more desirable to work for and more fun to work in.
Who leads the way in looking after their people?
What are they doing?
Why is it working?
Why is culture so key to your business?
How does purpose build a culture that builds your business?
Why is your mindset to stress your biggest strength?
How does the design of your office make you more or less creative?
How does a human culture prevent burn out?
How does it help you win the talent war?
And how, just as importantly, does it help you retain your people too.
How does time management help us avoid overwhelm?
What perks are the most important to your people?
Why do some people form a team? And others don’t or won’t?
Why working longer is counter productive for your business?
Can mindfulness help grow your business?
What does the future of work look like?
And how will it affect you and your company?
The good news is companies who look after their people are also the best businesses over the long term. Human-based companies are the future. So how do you become one? Our one-day event is designed to give you the answers.