As we begin to return to our places of work, what values are shaping how we manage, structure, organise? Have our priorities and expectations changed? And if so, how do we adapt and respond to the needs of our people?
Natalie Nahai will draw on her new book, Business Unusual, to discuss the need to develop purposeful organisations in order to address the values of the future. We will discuss the implications of this need drawing on different perspectives including human resource management (Professor Emma Parry), transformational strategy (Professor Kevin Morrell) and sustainability (Dr Rosina Watson).
Nathalie Nahai is an international speaker, author and consultant, whose books, Webs Of Influence and Business Unusual, explore the intersection between persuasive technology, ethics and the psychology behind evolving consumer behaviours. With clients including Google, Unilever, Accenture and Harvard Business Review, she teaches businesses how to ethically apply behavioural science principles to enhance their online presence, content marketing, product design and customer experience.
A member of the BIMA Human Insights Council, she also hosts The Hive Podcast and speaks about the impact of emerging technologies in The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Stylist, and The Telegraph, as well as TV and radio.