Insights and Press from Innovationbubble

Children of fathers who have poor working experiences have greater behavioural problems at school

by Innovationbubble | 17th January 2018 | posted to Uncategorised

As psychologists we help organisations with, among other things, employee engagement and well-being. There is a ground-hog day experience for us with many clients – educating them of the wider impact of poor employee engagement/experience. So it was pleasing to see a summary research paper highlighting these ‘other issues’, such as the finding that the…

Merry Christmas to our clients and partners!

by Innovationbubble | 21st December 2017 | posted to Events

Dear clients and partners, We’ve been busy here at Innovationbubble this past year and we would like to share some of our experiences with you. In 2017 we’ve successfully delivered projects in a number of sectors including financial services (insurance, mortgages, loans, private equity, equity release, asset management), the travel industry (most notable projects include…

The Importance of Measuring Nonconcious Perceptions in employees

by Innovationbubble | 19th December 2017 | posted to Insights

A lot has been said and written about the importance of employee engagement. It’s crucially important to every organisation – but why? And how can you find out if your employees are actually engaged, as opposed to just saying they are?   Benefits to the organisation and to employees To start with, employee engagement is…

Our insights were picked up by The Times

by Innovationbubble | 21st November 2017 | posted to Press

Innovationbubble’s research with Fetch was picked up by The Times last weekend. The experiment involved a week long digital detox where we applied a multi-disciplinary method of exploring the effects of the detox. In the experiment, a short psychometric test was applied face to face by a trained psychologist to all participants before the ‘digital…