Working From Home: how to thrive professionally in a remote setting

Many of us have worked from home some of the time in the past couple of years, and many of us want to make it a permanent way of working. So what's the evidence on how best to do it? And how can we have good conversations with colleagues about hybrid or home working? Nick Bloom (Stanford professor, founder) is the world's leading thinker about WFH, and I'm delighted he's joining me to share his advice and insights. Nick has been working for many years to demonstrate the benefits and spread the word about why and how to work remotely. You couldn't get a better source of thinking and advice on the topic, whether you're a leader trying to decide how to structure your team's work, or a professional trying to find a sustainable working model for yourself. Tune in and Nick will share everything you need to know. #wfh #workingfromhome #remoteworking #hybridworking

Sleep: why it matters for your career and how to get more of it

When people ask me what one single thing they could do to improve their performance and wellbeing, I usually say: get better sleep. And yet, evidence suggests most people are falling short of the sleep they really need. If you're one of them, join me for this session with Dr. Els van der Helm -- sleep neuroscientist & Adjunct Professor at IE Business School -- where we'll talk about what you can do to consistently get more good sleep. Els is not only a world expert on the topic, but she's an entrepreneur with real understanding of what it's like to be a busy professional, so her advice is always grounded and kind and worth listening to. Click to register and join us (or watch the replay if you're busy having a nap while we're live)!

Understanding Quiet Quitting

The term “quiet quitting” was all over the news for several months. Social media and the business press ran story after story about disgruntled employees choosing not to quit their job, but instead to disengage from full commitment to their work. But Gallup data tells us that employees around the world have been disengaged for years. So is “quiet quitting” really a new phenomenon or is it just a new way of describing an old story? And more importantly: either way, how can managers keep employees happy, challenged, and engaged at work? Join Harvard Business Review's Nicole D. Smith and Caroline Webb, an author and executive coach, to talk about what managers need to know about quiet quitting, and how they can foster real energy and engagement in their teams whatever is going on in the world at large.

Getting Along: how to work with anyone (even difficult people)

We all have to deal with difficult people from time to time, and it can really hit our motivation and performance. (Sometimes, we're actually contributing to the difficulty whether we realize it or not). The good news is that there are proven ways to deal gracefully with tricky relationships, and I'm delighted to host this conversation with a wise and wonderful expert on the topic - Amy Gallo, author of 'Getting Along: How To Work With Anyone (Even Difficult People).' We'll discuss her research-based, practical advice on how to work with people who push your buttons, and how to build your interpersonal resilience so that you can more have more great days.

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