The evidence is overwhelming: we must take urgent action now to tackle climate change and mitigate its catastrophic impacts. As citizens, as colleagues and as companies, we need to embrace more sustainable, low-carbon behaviours. From the water, food and energy we consume, to the waste we generate, we need change at scale while there’s still time.
It’s never been more important for organisations to refocus on safety and wellbeing. With people understandably anxious with everything from the sky-high cost of living to the climate crisis, there’s a direct risk to colleagues’ mental health, and the potential for safety behaviours in and around the workplace to drift. We can help you reduce these risks, whether that’s by re-engaging all employees in site safety practices, taking a behavioural lens to increasing incident reporting, or facilitating more open, honest workplace conversations about physical and emotional wellbeing.
We are in the middle of the biggest shake up in the world of work for 100 years. And it’s increasingly evident that typical business models do not reflect these transitional times or our individual or social natures. We believe this is our collective opportunity to reimagine the world of work, and to reinvent the workplace as the Human Organisation.
Transport sector organisations face an array of business-critical challenges, from improving business performance and prioritising the passenger experience, to engaging employees in purpose, and achieving safe working practices and sustainability impacts.
Health services are under greater pressure than ever. Industrial action, understaffing and underfunding have been catastrophic for waiting times, waiting lists and staff morale. Furthermore, there is an ongoing mental health crisis, with the rate of depression in the population double the pre-pandemic level. The widespread adoption of healthier behaviours has never been more pressing.
The impacts of global economic, social and political uncertainty are being felt keenly by organisations as many struggle to remain profitable, and meet customer and shareholder expectations. Many are also finding it harder to recruit and retain the skills and talents they need to remain competitive. Simultaneously, employee needs have shifted to place greater emphasis on flexibility, work-life balance and wellbeing in the workplace. How you can navigate these challenges, and help your organisation to thrive?