Creating Human Centered Organisations

The Kindness Habit
by Chris Davies on April 30, 2016

The Kindness Habit is a warm, compassionate and open dialogue between Christopher Dines, Dr Barbara Mariposa and an anonymous fellow traveller on the road to recovery.

Mental illness is at an all-time high, and addictive behaviours are but one manifestation of deeper unrest within societies.

The authors invite readers far and wide, whether touched by addictions personally or not, to engage in the conversation and find their truth, and hopefully some refuge.

Mental Health, Economics and Organisational Culture

May 25, 2018

The way we are working, the economic models and the organisational cultures that evolve from those models are costing us dear at the personal, corporate and national levels.  A silent, invisible epidemic of mental illness is sweeping our societies and having a massive impact on the economy.. Business is being hit where it hurts, the …

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Why business must have a human face

September 23, 2017

Why must we make business human-centred? What role do belonging and culture play in business success? I was asked to answer a few questions on the subject recently and here are my answers. As employers, why should we care about the wellbeing of our staff, and is this really an employer’s responsibility?  Many reasons and “yes …

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