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Why Organizations Need to Prioritize Their Employees’ Well-Being
By Oseas Ramírez
After a year of a pandemic that has taken a physical and emotional toll on hundreds of millions of people, the elusive idea of “well-being” is more relevant than ever. Even before the pandemic, it was already a hot topic with an established multi-billion dollar industry. The need for organizations to prioritize their employees’ well-being is more present than it has ever been.
Recording of webinar: “Return to the new normal: Leader's top of mind” with experts Oseas Ramirez and Thierry de Beyssac
Return to the new normal: Leader's top of mind
Last week, Axialent hosted a fascinating webinar, Return to the new normal: Leader’s top of mind, a live conversation in which our experts explored and debated global organizations' leaders' top of mind topics and how to prepare for this new phase.  
Never let a good crisis go to waste: Empathy and gratitude as a character-building workout
By Oseas Ramírez
Whatever the lenses we choose to practice gratitude and empathy, they can be helpful to get some understanding of what others are living during this crisis. Realizing that can help put things in perspective - and it's one of many ways in which we can individually do our work to avoid letting this crisis go to waste.
Marcus Aurelius quote "It can ruin your life only if it ruins your character. Otherwise, it cannot harm you - inside or out." Never let a good crisis go to waste: Part 2 - Who do you want to become? Crises as opportunities to (re)build our character.
Never let a good crisis go to waste: Who do you want to become?
By Oseas Ramírez
One of the most tangible aspects of a crisis like the one we are living is the material damage it causes: sickness, death, lost jobs, etc. There is, however, a less tangible but also very important dimension: the net balance a crisis has on our character as individuals, and the overall impact on society as a whole stemming from this.
Viktor Frankl quote “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”
Never let a good crisis go to waste: Viktor Frankl’s lessons
By Oseas Ramírez
A couple of years ago, I joined a team facilitating an executive development session at a US company. During that meeting, a defense contractor executive shared an anecdote of a big crisis they…