Tag: humanistic management

Rising to the Moment – Panel on Compassion in Business

Rising to the Moment – Panel on Compassion in Business

IHMA 2019/20 Fellow Reut Livne-Tarandach has been invited to participate in a U Michigan Business School panel on Compassion U Michigan Business School is bringing together leading compassion scholars and practitioners to share insights about leading and working with compassion in current times. I am lined up to serve on this panel along with a number of other compassion scholars and practitioners. The panel is led virtually on 9/24 between 10-11:30am EST. Here is a little bit more information Read more [...]

Trauma Resilience & Growth at Work with Sally Maitlis – Humanistic Management Professionals Lunch and Learn

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 https://hbr.org/2019/12/going-back-to-work-after-a-pregnancy-loss https://hbr.org/2020/04/making-sense-of-the-future-after-losing-a-job-you-love And Read more [...]

Manifesto for the Future

Society should be organized to honor the inherent value of all life and create a better future. The economy should be organized to work for all and not just a select few. Organizing practices should protect human dignity and promote flourishing. 

IHMA Manifesto – Profit is put in service to the common good

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.

What’s dignity got to do with it? Why now is the time for humanistic management in tourism

Amongst all this angst what the future might hold for tourism and the many individuals affected, there is no doubt people will travel again to see their loved ones, and people will long for going on holiday after months of staying at home. When that time comes, we need to have a blueprint ready for a tourism industry that prioritises humanity over profits if we want (the industry) to survive indeed.

Why Humanistic Management is Critical in Times of Disruption

The dominant style of human management is what is termed as the Homo economicus standard. Homo is the Latin term for “modern man”, while economicus refers to the economy. The biggest problem with this arrangement is that we are Homo sapiens. We’re driven by a separate set of innate needs - hence, a grievous mismatch of values.

Under the Homo economicus model, we’ve got corporations and governance focused on two exclusive motivators while discounting other human drives. These two motivators Read more [...]

Find your moments: Coping with stress in the workplace

In the everyday bustle of working and fulfilling responsibilities, we tend to forget to devote precious moments to ourselves. Taking moments to re-center ourselves through mindfulness-based practices helps to alleviate stress and move towards well-being.

Italian Chapter Meeting

Italian Chapter Meeting

Il Capitolo Italiano 2020

Il 31 di Gennaio 2020 ci sarà il primo meeting annuale via zoom del capitolo Italiano. Connettetevi per conoscerci e per essere aggiornati sui nostri progetti futuri.

Date: Friday, Gen 31, 2020
Time: 18:00 – 19:00 Roma time (GMT +1)
Location: https://zoom.us/j/5102359757

Agenda:

- Partnership con la Società Italiana di Management (SIMA)
- Update su Journal, Libro e Special Issue
- Partecipazione Euram/AoM

- Evento annuale/eventuale acceleratore
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