The PRIDE model is our approach to managing people and organisations and aims to move the current picture of UK workers from disengaged to engaged, making work a great place to be for all. If you missed our last thefuturestory event, click here to watch the speaker presentations that outline the main principles of PRIDE and the diagnostic tool.
While the model draws on 30 years of work experience, PRIDE was inspired by Sheila Parry, Chair of theblueballroom, who's research into the future of work and what the next generation of employees want out of life, helped shape the PRIDE model. Our Account Executive, Sarah, tells Global Recruiter all about the five factors of PRIDE, and how it can be applied to businesses to improve, and effectively measure employee engagement. Click on the button below to read the full article.
A sense of direction at work; knowing where you’re going, or at least what you’re aiming for, is a very important factor when it comes to what personally motivates people in business.
Sometimes, when we’re doing a job there’s little time, space or incentive to take time away to think about well-being and energy but it's important each of us do.
Reputation plays a big role in an employee’s relationship with work. A great reputation is a key factor in attracting talent and it also feeds pride and passion. Yet on a daily basis it also relies on employee performance and behaviour.
How important is integrity to an organisation and what are the consequences of failing to preserve it? There were some interesting points of view on this topic during a recent discussion about integrity at thefuturestory event in London.
What is your organisation's purpose? Do you know? Do you believe it in and feel you can contribute to it?
Your #engagePRIDE takeaway is ready. Find out the top tips and insights from our thefuturestory event last month.
Organisations regularly review (or aim to review) their vision, mission, values, strategy and goals. But when do we ever do this in our own lives?
A truly representative inter-generational group of forward thinkers joined thefuturestory “100-Year Career” event at RADA Studios yesterday to lift the lid on the challenges and opportunities of our longer, healthier lives.
How to stem the tide of top talent leaving your organisation by changing the perception of age at work
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