How do you go about reducing your mental load? Here are a few tips.
Increasingly, companies both old and new, big and small, are looking at the impact of their business on society as a whole. We look at how companies can pursue a socially-responsible business model that benefits consumers and stakeholders.
Be the change you want to see in the world.” Gandhi’s famous words could be a motto for the movers and shakers of this world, AKA “change makers”. But who really are these people who want to help the world go in the “right” direction? The EVE webmagazine investigates.
Inspired by plenaries and energized by workshops over the first two days, participants attended the final part of the EVE experience on October 3, 2019.
The tenth EVE International seminar continued on October 2nd, 2019 in Evian. We take a look back at the events of the day.
We are really glad to organize our Twitter Chat on “Leadership for Meaningful Work”. All lead participants took part and it generated a lively and stimulating discussion
“Be the change you want to change in the world”, Gandhi said. It was a call for people to take responsibility for themselves; to become an instigator of transformation in their own environment. “Relational ecology” is defined as being a sustainable approach to the relationships that people can (must?) have with those around them. The editors of the webmagazine wanted to find out more.
The razor brand that once used an advert to claim it was “the best a man can get” is now touting positive masculinity in its “the best men can be” campaign, making a huge impact on the net, creating massive post-#MeToo buzz on social media, and inspiring endless column inches. In 2019, the idea of “toxic masculinity” has become an essential element in conversations about diversity. But what is it all about? Where did it come from? What does the concept say about society? The EVE webmagazine team takes a closer look.
Dare we say it? Could the conflict in our lives (both at home and at work) be brought about not so much as a result of disagreements, but as a result of how we communicate with each other? What is communication anyway? It’s usually defined as when people oscillate between “listening” and “expressing”
“politically correct”, a vector for culture, or a weapon for censorship? The EVE webmagazine team takes a closer look.