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  • On Friday June 26th – Sally Maitlis, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, joined the Humanistic Management Professionals Lunch and Learn to discuss Trauma Resilience & Growth at Work. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJDkSfzb3sw Slide Deck for presentation IHMA-Trauma-Healing-26.6.20-slidesDownload And here are the links to some relevant pieces in HBR: https://hbr.org/2019/07/when-a-colleague-is-grieving …. read more

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  • IHMA is committed to co-creating just and sustainable communities by influencing organizing practices to more directly protect human dignity and promote well-being. As a community of humanistic management researchers, educators, practitioners and policy makers, we stand by all those engaged in fighting systemic and institutionalized racism. Dignity is a foundational principle in our work and …. read more

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  • Submitted by: Adiel Aguiling, People Engaged in People Projects Foundation Inc – De La Salle University – Phillipines Why is this important to Humanistic Management: Beneficiaries are often seen as recipients who are at the mercy of the donors and funders. The article turns around this mindset. It highlights the fact that beneficiaries have a …. read more

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  • A Talk By PROF. MUHAMMAD YUNUS The Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2006 THE FOUNDER OF GRAMEEN BANK When:17 June Form 16:00 To 16:45 Bangladesh Local Time Via ZOOM   Indian Standard Time 15.30 To 16.15    Via ZOOMOrganized by India Chapter of International Humanistic Management Associationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/conversation-with-muhamad-yunus-social-business-in-covid-times-registration-108912694802 In association of YUNUS CENTRE’ BANGLADESH YUNUS CENTRE OF VESIM …. read more

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  • Submitted by Tracy Chang of Rutgers University Link to Content: https://smlr.rutgers.edu/wellbeing-covid19 Why is this important to Humanistic Management: I am seeking collaborators for the Tools of Wellbeing COVID-19 National Study of Undergraduate Students. This will foster collaboration within the Humanistic Management community, help our students to be a wholesome human being and future leaders of humanistic management. The …. read more

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  • Companies should be prudent in drafting their MECQ work policies to protect their employees. Before any policy is implemented, companies should include all stakeholders in the decision-making process. If, as an employee, you find yourself surprised, or wondering where these policies the higher-ups are forcing on you, came from, there is a failure in the …. read more

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  • Submitted by: Miguel Paolo Paredes, De La Salle University Why is this important to Humanistic Management: Creativity, while being a significant driving force for innovation and competitiveness, is not always fostered in organizations. While individuals may be innately creative, this does not automatically transfer to their performance at work. This leads us to question organizational practices or work-place …. read more

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  • PDF of 2019 IHMA UN PRME report

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  • Businesses must balance profits WITH human welfare. One doesn’t come at the expense of the other, rather, they are intimately connected with each other as well as to global environmental health. Instead of judging “good” solely based on profits, “good” should be judged by how businesses impact society.

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