‘We need to make conscious, strategic choices about how we want to be investing our future time.’
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is featured in CMI Managers discussing how managers play a pivotal role in reducing wasted working time, achieving more in less time, and creating efficient, high-performing teams.
When it comes to managing our time at work , we’re stuck in an old way of operating that isn’t good for individuals or for businesses. Our work culture typically is characterised by short-termism, speed, bureaucracy and volume.
‘Employees are more time-poor and exhausted than ever, and businesses are losing their best talent as people are searching for more sustainable, fulfilling roles.’
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is featured in HR News speaking about changing working practices and behaviours and creating some healthier, more productive and inclusive norms.
Helen Beedham speaks, consults and leads research on how to create more inclusive, productive workplaces’. The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a re-evaluation of the workplace and the way we work. Employees are more time-poor and exhausted than ever, and businesses are losing their best talent as people are searching for more sustainable, fulfilling roles.
‘Blurred boundaries aren’t just hurting people; they’re hurting businesses by affecting productivity, diversity and inclusion, and workforce resilience’
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is quoted in Fast Company talking about how a company-wide failure to valuing and managing time can have a dramatic—and negative—impact.
A company-wide failure to valuing and managing time can have a dramatic-and negative-impact.
‘The businesses that succeed in creating environments, working practices and cultures that actively encourage people to focus their attention, strengthen social bonds and work sustainably will be the ones which benefit the most from improved retention – and from more effective collaboration, creativity, innovation and client relationships and consequently, financial performance.’
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is featured in CEOWORLD Magazine talking about how working time is a strategic asset.
It’s understandable if business leaders feel ready for some respite from the turmoil and challenges of leading organisations during the past few years; first Brexit caused untold headaches, then COVID-19 struck, now we are facing the disruption of global supply chains and the threat of a new war across Europe.
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is featured in HR Magazine talking about how we can make manage time better at work.
Knowledge-based businesses have been evolving at pace, adjusting to our post-Brexit landscape, pandemic-enforced remote working and new hybrid working arrangements. They have been speedily integrating new technologies and transforming core products and services and how these are delivered.
‘People are realizing that they’re feeling like they’re working like machines, and we’re not designed to work like that.’
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is quoted in Forbes talking about what’s underlying The Great Resignation.
Unsustainable workloads are one of the top factors contributing to the Great Resignation, along with uncaring managers, inadequate compensation and lack of career advancement potential, according to a new survey by consulting firm McKinsey & Company released Wednesday.
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time, is featured in Business Age talking about how we can make time work better at work.
When did you last get a good stretch of uninterrupted time at work? A normal working day for most people is filled with calls, meetings, impromptu requests, urgent deadlines, high email volumes and messages pinging in across a variety of channels.
‘By changing our organisational norms around time, we can create more sustainable, productive ways of working that will allow all kinds of talent to flourish.’
Helen Beedham, author of The Future of Time: How ‘re-working’ time can help you boost productivity, diversity and wellbeing, writes in HR Director about the systematic way that organisations mismanage time, and how they can do better.
Amidst the ongoing debate about hybrid organisational models and new working patterns, there is a growing awareness that time is our most valuable asset. Helen Beedham, author, speaker and organisational expert, explains how business and HR leaders can manage collective working time more strategically in future.