Issue 03 of our print magazine is available to buy now

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The Edit: Finding Connections
The Edit

The Edit: Finding Connections

Our weekly round up of the best articles, podcasts and videos focusing on purpose in life, work and the world.
29th Oct 2023

Finding happiness, connecting employees to a purpose and more in this week’s #TheEdit.

  • How to be a better boss. Workplaces have changed dramatically over the past four years, let alone the past 40 – The Economist
  • Can happiness be taught? A Harvard Business School professor thinks you should run your inner self like a company – New Yorker
  • Businesses, wake up to ‘climate quitters’. A new generation of conscience-driven workers is on the rise and, when it comes to assessing employers’ ESG performance, they’re voting with their feet – Raconteur
  • How to connect employees to your company’s purpose. Emerging practices from leading organisations show that the journey is not about top-down messaging – Harvard Business Review
  • Good robots must not be made to learn from bad human habits. Generative AI should follow the signals from driverless cars that behave better on the roads than we do – Financial Times
  • How to escape climate apathy. If you recognise there’s a climate emergency, yet find yourself looking away – Psyche
  • What is radical uncertainty? According to economists John Kay and Mervyn King, there are two types of uncertainty: resolvable and radical The Beautiful Truth 

“To escape apathy, you need hope. Climate ‘doomerism’ is almost as dangerous as organised denial.”

Elizabeth Cripps