Change is inevitable – yet the pace of change within the world of work these days is startling. It is no secret that if we want to keep up, we must change too. We need a fresh approach when it comes to training, choosing our careers and maintaining them for a lifetime: we need a … Continue reading Harnessing the power of digital career coaching to support lifelong learning
As the pace of workplace change accelerates, lifelong learning becomes increasingly important. Individuals can prepare themselves for what lies ahead by regularly refreshing their skills – both technical and “soft skills”. In the latter category, alongside key skills such as communication and creative thinking, there is the issue of workplace ethics. How should we do … Continue reading REPORT: The ethics of resignation
Last month, professionals from across the built environment gathered online for the annual Harris Debate. Chaired by Lord Bichard KCB, the Harris Debate 2020 featured talks and panel discussions on a variety of ethical issues. These included the social value and impact of cities, how to deliver an award-winning social impact project and the role … Continue reading Professionalism and Ethics in the Built Environment Explored at Harris Debate 2020
After almost two centuries of legislation and case law surrounding the CPO system, the radical but simple solution proposed in this report would make the issue of CPO compensation more straightforward. Much-needed investment in energy, road, rail, housing, and broadband will be easier to achieve under a fast-tracked system. AbstractThe system of calculating "fair value" … Continue reading REPORT: The case for reforming CPO “fair value”
The deadly and highly contagious Covid-19 disease has changed the way millions of office workers do their jobs and live their lives. Now, firms are looking to cut their real estate footprint, and investment institutions forecast that demand for office space might fall up to 35% exacerbated by rising insolvencies. The knock on effects could … Continue reading REPORT: Will Covid-19 cause the next financial crisis?