Interview with sleep researcher, Professor Vicki Culpin
The famous German film director Rainer Werner Fassbinder said: “I can sleep when I’m dead”. For a long time, sleep was considered as something for weaklings and slowpokes. To this day, a lot of managers boast of their ability to get by on little sleep, such as Marissa Mayer form Yahoo, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk or Donald Trump, US presidential nominee. But recent research shows that sleep has a significant impact on managers’ performance, on their physical health and on their social and emotional life. Should organisations therefore make sleep their business as they do already with other aspects of well-being? We interviewed sleep researcher Prof. Vicki Culpin from the private business school Ashridge Executive Education, who will be a keynote speaker at the exhibition Zukunft Personal in October.
One of the biggest hits of organisational development in 2015 was the Chief Human Resource Officer of Airbnb becoming Chief Employee Experience Officer. Undoubtedly, over the last years the business world has witnessed the emergence of employee experience management. The trend has been in the focus of researchers, managers and business leaders recently, and it is no coincidence that Europe’s largest exhibition for Human Resource Management, the Zukunft Personal, for its 2016 edition, has chosen this very topic to be in its spotlight.
What do we know about employee experience? What’s in it for HR? More specifically: How can HR take the lead in designing and running employee experience? Keep reading to get to know about the many components of employee experience – from A to Z – that will help you find answers to these questions. >>MORE>>