Talk Business: We chat to Jane Sunley, founder and chairwoman of tech company Purple Cubed, she tells us that companies need to optimise their people and how leaps of faith are necessary to drive your business forward
HR Review: Learning and development (L&D) and embedding service excellence into your organisation aren’t rocket science. However, it’s surprising how many businesses still aren’t even getting the basics right whilst ignoring the ‘easy wins’ that cost little or nothing at all.
HR Zone: According to research from employee engagement technology firm Purple Cubed, 86% of top senior executives do not believe their organisation has a robust engagement strategy.
Dialogue Review: For any business – large or small, local or global – growth is a welcome opportunity. Growing businesses need people.And they need to attract talented individuals who align with the organisational culture and values; and are ready to take the business to the next level...
Fresh Thinking Business: Few would deny that the delivery of a successful business strategy is dependent on people and that those people can make or break an organisation’s competitive advantage. Jane Sunley, founder + chairman of Purple Cubed and best-selling author explains why engagement must come from the top.
HR Review: Leadership isn’t just about the inspirational and visionary CEO. To the person on the front line, their manager is the leader, exemplifying what the company is all about. Therefore, organisations must create leaders at all levels.
HR Zone: Jane Sunley, best-selling business author and Chairman + Founder of Purple Cubed explores the need to digitise HR
Director: Employee engagement is essential to any good business, so why do so many businesses treat it as an optional extra, asks author and chairman of Purple Cubed, Jane Sunley
A Book Review of `The People Formula: 12 steps to productive, profitable, performing business' by Jane Sunley
A Book Review by Training Zone
HR Magazine wrap up of the recent Purple Cubed Breakfast Club ‘People Analytics’ debate.