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Being prepared for new pandemics — the health in me

Covid-19 hasn’t been humanity’s first pandemic, and it surely won’t be the last one.

As individuals, can we do a better job at preparing for pandemics? Health is a long-term commitment and in the imminent threat of an epidemic no amount of orange juice will make us suddenly immune. Instead, we should adopt a lifestyle that gives our immune system the best chance to do its job.

In this regard, lock-downs have made us more aware and creative. 

But preparing for future pandemics is a collective endeavor too – we need to be there for one another more.

If we take this solidarity into the future, we will all be better prepared for a possible next crisis.

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Overcoming the challenges of remote leadership

“The coronavirus outbreak has become the world’s largest work-from-home experiment” – Time, March 3rd, 2020. Without prior notice and preparation, several leaders have now to manage their teams at a distance.

Many, for the first time. Challenges that are common in any team, become suddenly magnified by the dramatic lense of distancing through space, and often, time.

What can leaders do? We sought for expert advice and gathered a set of strategies that leaders can promptly enact to promote trust, communication and productivity in their remote teams. One thing is for sure.

Even if this massive experience of remote work is not a permanent change, it’s going to inevitably broaden organizational reperto

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Creativity, agility & speed: crucial skills for complex and unpredictable contexts

We are living times of profound and rapid changes at many levels. We already knew we had to be ready for the jobs revolution. We did not know we would suddenly be facing one of the biggest crises of our generation: the outbreak of the coronavirus.

In the midst of new uncertainties, one thing is for sure: change is constant and inevitable, it can strike really fast, at a large scale, and without prior notice. In this context, the capacity of organizations and people to adapt became absolutely vital. Many studies show that certain ‘soft’ skills, are now key – notably, creativity, agility and speed. These skills are hard to measure, but there is no doubt they will make the difference.

Creativity: if you want to survive, you can no longer rely on old paradigms, you need non-s

The Summaries

Being prepared for new pandemics — the health in me

Overcoming the challenges of remote leadership

Creativity, agility & speed: crucial skills for complex and unpredictable contexts

Fortune favors the prepared mind. LOUIS PASTEUR

ABOUT THE PROJECT

The Knowledge Elevator Society emerges in a world of information overload. While knowledge has never been as easily accessible, navigating through everything that’s out there can be a tiresome task. At WIN World, we believe content shouldn’t overwhelm us, rather, it should captivate us and spark our imaginations. With that so present, we create a series of smart summaries for curious minds. Papers, videos and podcasts that will get you and your business up-to-speed with today’s most relevant topics, from health to business, leadership to privacy.

The world is changing rapidly, and we want to help you be on par with all the major developments. We have rummaged through articles, studies and speeches to select what is essential and trustworthy. We believe the more informed and knowledgeable we are about today’s key ideas and debates, the better we will be at navigating complex and uncertain days.

By creating independent and impactful content, in short and engaging media formats, The Knowledge Elevator Society aims at supporting leaders and corporations in developing their businesses and inspiring their employees and clients. Our summaries are not an end goal, rather, they are an entry point and guide for those who appreciate the value of knowledge and wish to delve deeper.

What do we do?

All our summaries incorporate a mix of technical information and data, leading opinions by forward thinkers and thought-provoking cases. Corporations can commission specific topics for us to summarize. For every piece of content commissioned we:

- Research extensively,
- Creatively organize and summarize the collected knowledge,
- Curate and produce content in modern-day media formats.

By modern-day media formats we mean short and engaging. Our content is designed for those who are busy and often lack time. We want to make the learning experience easy, accessible and most of all, exciting.

To launch the Knowledge Elevator and better illustrate our ambition, we have identified three initial themes we consider to be of utmost importance for individuals and businesses today; health, remote leadership, and skills for the future. For each theme, we have created a paper, video and podcast. You can find all of these here on our website.

Going forward, we invite you to challenge us with the topics you think are essential. We will be taking commissions from individuals and businesses to create tailor-made content around specific themes relevant to each business. Our multidisciplinary team is curious to learn and ready to get to action.

How do we work?

Everything we do is centered around leaders, companies and brands’ specific needs. For each theme proposed:

- We curate and produce content in three media formats: paper, video and podcast,
- Translate content to Portuguese and English, for local and global reach,
- Design content tailored to your brand and visual identity,
- Deliver all content in 10 days,
- Offer fixed prices for each piece of content.

Get in touch and we´ll send detailed information.

Who’s behind the scenes?

The Knowledge Elevator Society is conceived and brought to you by WIN World – a media company focused on content creation, powerful storytelling, event production and multi-platform projects designed to inspire forward-thinking mindsets, bold moves and impactful change.

With more than 11 years of experience in curating global content for powerful and transformative learning experiences, WIN World is renowned for its research, organizational and creative capacities. By collecting information from the most credible and world-acknowledged sources, we aim to go beyond the obvious angles by crossing disciplines and creating thought-out and original content. Aesthetics are also highly valued at WIN World and every project is delivered with utmost care for design and art direction.

THE TEAM

Direction

Carlota Ribeiro Ferreira

Joana Teixeira da Cunha

Rita Barroso

Research and Content

Benedita Sampaio Nunes

Gaia Lutz

Inês Palma

Matilde Duarte Silva

Art and Design

Francisca Magalhães Ramalho

Video

93 Studios

Marketing and Communication

Rafael Lopes

Public Relations

Virginia Revila

Corporate Sales

Filipa Sampaio Nunes

GET IN TOUCH WITH US

Are you one of those curious people? Interested in getting up-to-speed with today’s most pressing debates or learning more around a specific theme? Get in touch, we love a good challenge.

Or maybe you just have an idea you would like to share with us or an improvement you would like to suggest. Whatever your query is, drop us a line to tkes@winworld.pt.

The Knowledge Elevator Society, a WIN World Project

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