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Radio Show #475: Reworking Time to Boost Productivity, Diversity and Wellbeing

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Special Guest: Helen Beedham: Author of The Future of Time: How ‘re-working’ time can help you boost productivity, diversity and wellbeing

Time is our most precious finite resource. So why does nearly every business fail to manage it strategically and value it appropriately?

Our working time has speeded up, become highly fragmented, and blurred into non-working time. We squander it in meetings, decision-making, inefficient processes and our cult of busyness. We reward 24/7 availability, speed of response and hours worked rather than results.

Rethinking our approach to how we manage working time can help us address the most pressing issues of the workplace: high stress and burnout; falling retention; stalling diversity. Individuals will flourish better in their careers and businesses will boost their bottom-line. It’s time for businesses to re-work time…

Helen Beedham writes, speaks and advises on how to create more inclusive, productive workplaces where everyone can flourish. For the past 25 years, as management consultant then chair of a City-wide professional network, she has led change programmes for FTSE 100 businesses and regularly brought together Heads of HR, Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing to exchange market-leading practices. Helen is regularly cited in business and HR publications and was commissioned by the Executive Director of London Business School’s Leadership Institute to assist them with selected research studies. She is author of the business book ‘The Future of Time: How ‘re-working’ time can help you boost productivity, diversity and wellbeing’.

Join us as we discuss rethinking our approach to how we manage working time

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Host: Jo Dodds

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