Prof. Karoline Strauss, ESSEC Business School, leads us through the importance of having multiple visions of future selves.
Sustainability requires unique change in organisations – how can employees across different levels of the organization can support it?
Prof. Karoline Strauss, ESSEC Business School, draws on her research with Sharon Parker and Deirdre O’Shea to determine if and when showing initiative might drain employees’ resources and lead to stress, and how companies can manage it.
Employees who take a proactive approach at work – who speak up with suggestions, try to bring about improvements, and take initiative – generally perform better, are more satisfied with their job, and progress more quickly in their career. For organizations, a proactive workforce which anticipates changes and is willing to contribute to innovation is seen as a competitive advantage. So how can companies and organisations nurture proactivity and develop an effective training policy and culture to make it happen?
Prof. Karoline Strauss, ESSEC Business School, explores the grey area between negotiating the i-deal – and actually securing it.
Laurent Bibard, Dr-Prof. of Philosophy and Management at ESSEC Business School, author and spokesman on complexity, draws upon the work of the philosopher Kojève to understand the rise of populism in Europe and the bigger picture.
Prof. Karoline Strauss explores if and when showing initiative and proactivity might drain employees’ resources and lead to stress.
Prof. Karoline Strauss, ESSEC, on educational diversity and the role business schools have in shaping the values of our future leaders.
Organisations are increasingly looking for their employees to be proactive – to show initiative in their work and contribute to positive change. But how can organizations increase proactivity in their workforce? Can employees be trained to be more proactive? ESSEC Prof. Karoline Strauss aims to answer this question in her research.
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