Guest blogger: Dr Leah Tomkins, Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies at The Open University Business School. In the West, we are all living longer. Indeed, the fact that our retirement ages keep getting pushed back suggests that we are expected to have many more years of productive life than was the case in previous generations. … More Caring for an Ageing Population: Problem or Opportunity for Organisational Life?
Our webinar on ‘Is Organisation the Place for Care?’ took place on 3 March. If you missed it or want to watch again, the webinar is now available to view on demand. Watch the webinar The webinar showcases video highlights from the Business Perspectives masterclass, held in London last month and aims to stimulate thoughts … More Is Organisation the Place for Care? – webinar recording available
The Caring Leader: What do followers expect from their leaders and why? (Part 1)* Professor Yiannis Gabriel, Professor of Organisational Theory, University of Bath *Part 2 of this video is available via our online webinar. Women’s Work: Being a working elder carer Dr Viv Burr, Reader in Psychology, University of Huddersfield Further video highlights from … More Video highlights from our masterclass on ‘Is Organisation the Place for Care?’
We are delighted to invite you to The Open University Business School’s latest Business Perspectives complimentary webinar: Is Organisation the Place for Care? – Thursday 3 March 2016, 19:00 – 20:00 (GMT). REGISTER NOW In this webinar, you’ll learn the importance of how our experiences of relationships of care give us the skills to become … More Free webinar on Care Relationships – a powerful blueprint for business & organisational relationships
Our Business Perspectives half-day masterclass in London on Wednesday 10 February 2016 will look at ways in which care can influence leadership, organisational strategy, HR policy and issues of work/life balance. The event will be hosted by Dr Leah Tomkins, Senior Lecturer in Organisation Studies at the OU Business School, who has held senior leadership … More Is Organisation the Place for Care?