For International Week of Happiness at Work, we studied Harvard Professor Dr. Arthur Brooks. Brooks sees happiness as serious business. It’s a soft skill necessary to be a better leader and live a happier life. The Harvard professor believes that happiness can be cultivated by prioritizing and that being happy is paramount to being an […]
Reward is not about money – that is a misconception. Employees need more to avoid being seduced by headhunters. And it doesn’t even have to cost that much. Among a great many SME leaders, there is still the view that: If I pay the talent I have properly, that’s enough to keep them. This is […]
Telenet CEO John Porter places culture above strategy..
“Culture is our only asset that can’t be copied,” says John Porter, CEO of Telenet. “Truly valuing our employees is essential to connecting them to our company,” says the top executive of Belgium’s largest cable television provider. Nathalie Arteel asked John Porter how Telenet is managing to build a unique values-driven culture. Clear values form […]
Self-motivation: five mindsets on how to become a better version of yourself..
Running a Recognition Business that helps out more than 150.000 employees on a yearly basis. Being responsible for sales, marketing and product development. Taking care of my beloved family, including our crazy dog who needs to go out for at least 2 hours a day. Running 50-60 km/week at an average speed of 12km/h. Giving […]
Lead generation programme brings Proximus 4% more sales..
As a market leader, how can you boost your sales results in a market that is virtually saturated? How do you continue to build your employer brand when the job market is so difficult? Proximus has an answer to these two important questions. Nathalie Arteel spoke about this with Jan Van Moer. Jan is the […]
Discover how Accent Jobs is building a strong appreciation and company culture..
When you step into the talent placement company, Accent, you immediately feel a positive vibe. According to the valuation expert, Nathalie Arteel, this is no coincidence: “The management is consciously focusing on a strong business culture and a strategic valuation policy. And that is paying off.” We will explore here how exactly that happens and […]
Work on a positive company culture: value people over 50 more..
Greta works at Arteel. She is 74 years old and highly motivated. In addition to the young team members, seven people over 50 are active at Arteel. It is inspiring how they come to work every day with gusto and commitment. These more experienced employees make a difference in our company and beyond. How do […]
In a positive company culture, fear of failure is not a taboo..
Fear of failure can get in the way of job happiness and success, but research suggests that we can change the way we think and feel about it. In a positive company culture, fear of failure is negotiable and together we look for ways to turn that fear into positive thinking and action. In this […]
How rewarding employees has permanently improved engagement at Van Moer Logistics..
"I don't have a talent manager or a recruitment manager," explains Yves Hebb, HR Director of the logistics group Van Moer Logistics. The margins in our sector are low, so we have to fight for every percent...
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