Category: Learning and Development, Cambridge Assessment, Career Development, Personal Development, Education Solutions, Higher Education, education
How we work is just as important as what we do
Last week was about 'How We Work Week' at Cambridge Assessment. Our staff across the world engaged with a series of talks, events, panel discussions and skills development sessions. The focus of the week was all about rethinking how we work, both individually and collectively.
Each day was based on a different theme to help our staff to understand the way we're evolving as an organisation. The five themes were: our staff diversity and inclusion networks, flexible working, community engagement, our new employee performance model and developing our skills to help us work in a different way.
Over the week staff were also encouraged to try out activities to help look after their physical and mental wellbeing, such as lunch time walks and circuits classes.
Thanks to everyone who got involved, and to those who pledged to #dosomethingdifferent!
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