Introduction

'Being Human'  is a series of blogs by Kirstin Furber, who, through over 20 years of developing organisational cultures for international businesses, has found that it is when we allow ourselves (and being allowed) to be human at work, that we start to be our best selves and deliver our best work.

So today, particularly as we see the lines between work-life and personal life becoming more and more blurred, how do we develop a culture that allows us all to be human, to be ourselves at work and in turn leads to tangible results and drives business growth?

The blogs are designed to support business leaders; Entrepreneurs, CEO's and Senior HR professionals in ensuring they maintain a human culture through times of change, growth, when planning for the future or simply to help with a particular challenge, with the aim of being able to take away actionable insight after reading that can easily be implemented

If there are any particular topics that you would like covered on Being Human do get in touch.

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Latest - The Five Characteristics of a ‘Being Human’ Culture.

Part One: A Clear Purpose

A human culture is a win-win for all. It is a place where people can be themselves, an environment where they can create their best work and share new ideas. The competitive advantage this type of environment creates has contributed to market disruption appreciated by us, the consumer, and is demonstrated in the growth of the economy. We all want to work in an environment where we are empowered to be our best, and as employers we want to attract and retain talent to drive our company’s ambition, however big or small. Read more.