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Welcome to the latest issue of Think Global People, Summer issue featuring our Relocate Global awards supplement

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This article is taken from the latest issue of Think Global People magazine.
Click on the cover to access the digital edition.Watch the highlights of our Keynote Panel Discussion from the Future of Work Festival hereWatch the highlights of our 2022 Relocate Global Awards here

In this issue:

Solving the UK's productivity problem

This spring, a three-year, £11 million bundle of research projects was launched in the latest of many bids to resolve what is probably the UK’s most enigmatic economic challenge: the stagnation of national productivity since the recession of 2008-9, writes David Sapsted.

Mindful business

Held in the inspiring surroundings of Relocate Global HQ, the Future of Work Festival’s Hubs were wellsprings of rejuvenation and reflection, and a refreshing invitation to rethink current challenges creatively.

What will the future of work look like?

The Future of Work Festival was an opportunity to reflect on what makes work meaningful and energising. Talent, leadership and global mobility experts discussed how to recruit and retain talent, stay agile and flexible and respond to the new challenges that await global businesses reports Marianne Curphey

Making sense of work today for a better tomorrow

Much has changed for those of us managing and leading people in an international environment, in global mobility and HR. We explored the opportunities and challenges across industry sectors at the Future of Work Festival.

Watch the Keynote Panel Discussion from The Future of Work Festival

Employers risk dropping ball on employee wellbeing

The 'Health and Wellbeing at Work 2022' benchmarking survey from the CIPD and Simplyhealth reports employee health and resilience are starting to be eclipsed by other operational issues, despite Covid-19 still having a huge impact.

Extinguishing the risk of burnout

New research from global health service company, Cigna, reveals expats are suffering stress levels like never before, with 98% having experienced burnout – physical or emotional exhaustion – in the last 12 months. The cost-of-living crisis (34%), personal finance (31%) and uncertainty about the future (24%) are among the biggest concerns keeping people awake at night.

Geotagging to help ESG in the travel sector

Corporate accommodation platform AltoVita provides sustainable vision for travel sector with geotagging and data analytics, as their Smart, Safe, Sustainable Innovation Summit sets measurable roadmap to sustainability.

Thriving organisations: reframing business travel and mobility

Business travel and global mobility are at a watershed moment. Remote working and distributed workforces are creating opportunities to reshape the workplace and businesses for good

Keeping up with Generation Z

Estimates suggest that Gen Zers will comprise a quarter of the global workforce and consumer marketplace by 2025. In demand – and demanding change – this generation is reshaping international education and the workplace.

Organisation Development, Human Resources and Global Mobility – working together for future success

The fields of Organisation Development, Human Resources and Global Mobility share a number of features that provide critical input to successful organisational change. Dr Sue Shortland reports.

Expats not immune from financial stress and wellbeing worries

Two surveys highlight the wellbeing challenges globally mobile people face on assignment. More bespoke health and wellbeing benefits better communicated to globally dispersed workforces could be the answer.

Rethinking Leadership: the importance of a diverse and inclusive culture

Teresa Boughey, one of the expert speaker hosts of the Leadership Hub at the Future of Work Festival, reflects on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and environmental, social and governance (ESG) as boardrooms respond to change and talent shortages.

Global mobility: the future of work

Although it appears that the worst of the pandemic has passed, there is no doubt that the future of work for the global mobility function has changed significantly. Dr Sue Shortland reports.

Leadership requires presence

Watch this short interview, with Jenny Robinson and John Rason, taken at the recent Future of Work Festival to learn more about the project and its purpose.

The management shift

In an interview at the Festival,  Professor Hlupic explained the Management Shift for Innovation and Agility workshop was about how we can use the management shift approach to help organisations to become not only more innovative and more agile but also to become more engaging, more purposeful, high performing and profitable as a result of that.

Relocate Global celebrates fresh thinking

After two years of innovating cutting-edge remote, then hybrid, ceremonies, Relocate’s Future of Work Festival was another groundbreaking first. It was also a sparkling reminder that great things happen when people get together, writes Ruth Holmes.
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This article is taken from the latest issue of Think Global People magazine.
Click on the cover to access the digital edition.Watch the highlights of our Keynote Panel Discussion from the Future of Work Festival hereWatch the highlights of our 2022 Relocate Global Awards here

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