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We just wrapped some X-Mas gifts today! Can you guess what it is?
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Just coming back from 2 exciting days at Swiss Startup Day 2017 in Bern! Was good to meet some known clients and friends as well as getting to know amazing new people with exciting ideas. Also created potentially catalysing value by connecting the right people with each other. Overall very successfull 2 days!
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Hello, I am Anna – the fourth person in LIVEsciences. And who is Anna? A curious person, a scientist, a mother, sometimes a knower, most of the time a learner. I am happy to embark on a journey with Timm, Steffen, and Frank, because I believe that they have the vision, the professional excellence, and the values needed to make a difference for their partners. I am here, because in the LIVEsciences` open environment I can both benefit and contribute by being myself.
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How do you reward the performance of your employees? Do you reward them for looking busy and avoiding risks or for the learnings they create even when failing? Do you give them a raise for having the guts to deliver bad news or for staying under the radar? The Corporate Rebels recently discussed this topic and found ways to reward and trigger the behaviour your company is actually looking for. Click the following link for more: http://ow.ly/BKXh30etzQi
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Recent research shows that only 22% of Swiss employees are engaged in their jobs, whereas 68% are not engaged and 10% even actively disengaged. These figures are alarming as employee engagement has been shown to be directly correlated to company success. So what can you do to increase your companies engagement level? We believe there’s no shortcut to improving engagement via company cars or salary raises as they are short-lived, if they work at all. Instead, you have to put your hands on cultural aspects to offer a platform where engagement and a sense of purpose can grow.
In the upcoming weeks, we’re starting a series on what we believe to be good and bad examples of corporate culture and mission statements. Stay tuned!
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Great Article from #CorporateRebels about their visit at Buurtzorg. The dutch home-care provider is probably the most successfull example for the power of self-organizing teams and is the prime example of Frederic Laloux´ "Reinventing Organizations". 14´000 employees organized in teams no bigger than 12 with no managers; but customer- and employee-satisfactions are going through the roof! Sounds impossible? Have a look at Buurtzorg.
http://ow.ly/E9pm30d7tiT
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Great Article from #CorporateRebels about their visit at Buurtzorg. The dutch home-care provider is probably the most successfull example for the power of self-organizing teams and is the prime example of Frederic Laloux´ "Reinventing Organization". 14´000 employees organized in teams no bigger than 12 with no managers; but customer- and employee-satisfactions are going through the roof! Sounds impossible? Have a look at Burtzorg.
http://ow.ly/YNGK30d7sJ0
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We just published LIVEnews issue 4 in which we share some experiences of our exciting journey during our first year in business with some great friends and clients. We also give you some insights into current hot topics in pharma and healthcare industry you should definitely catch up on.
Click on the link below in case you missed it, and sign up for the next issue if you liked it!
https://lnkd.in/dsCvdmC
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Evolution of the Revloution
According to the latest worldwide Gallup Study, only 13% of employees are engaged while the rest is either not engaged or even disengaged. But it seems like some companies are mastering the recent challenges better than others, such as Spotify, GE or Zappos.
The concept behind it is not new but goes back to the 60s when Eric Trist observed for the first time that self-organizing teams can improve productivity. Have a look at the timeline below and see how the workplace revolution evolves or contact us at action@LIVEsciences.com to get to know more.
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LIVEsciences supports Hear the World Project:

Besides catalysing the corporate world, we’re always excited to support like-minded people on their dedicated journey to create something big.

We are very proud to have supported the Blue House Warrior Team as a Gold Sponsor during the Zürich Marathon Team Run last weekend. All our respect to the ambitious young Hear the World Ambassadors who ran this Marathon in a phenomenal time to support the Hear Panama Project!

To get to know more about the project visit http://ow.ly/t52b30aNyHi
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