Anne-Sophie Pereira De Sa

Posts by Anne-Sophie Pereira De Sa

  • At the World’s Watercooler: global themes through a regional lens

    At the World’s Watercooler: global themes through a regional lens

    April 29, 2021

    The most shared posts on LinkedIn in March were a reminder that, although the world’s professionals often focus on the same core subjects and issues, they respond to those issues in distinctly regional ways. For content creators and would-be influencers, it’s not just a case of picking on the right topic, but of approaching that topic from an angle and in a...

  • At the World’s Watercooler: Time to Design the New World of Work

    At the World’s Watercooler: Time to Design the New World of Work

    March 19, 2021

    February was the month in which conversation at the world’s watercooler moved decisively forward, embracing the challenge of designing a post-pandemic working world. After several months in which audiences mostly focused on local concerns, we again saw ahandful of highly influential posts resonating across different regions. Content focusing on innovative...

  • At the World’s Watercooler: The Next Normal takes shape

    At the World’s Watercooler: The Next Normal takes shape

    February 26, 2021

    It goes without saying that the world is a very, very different place to a year ago. When we analysed the most influential content on LinkedIn at the start of 2020, there was no mention of the coronavirus or the lockdowns that would arrive in its wake. The world’s Watercooler buzzed with conversations about companies’ role in combatting climate change (Microsoft...

  • At the World’s Watercooler: regional conversations diverge

    At the World’s Watercooler: regional conversations diverge

    January 26, 2021

    Our latest edition of the Watercooler is a first. In each of our previous analyses of content sharing on LinkedIn, several posts have...

  • Welcome to the Watercooler

    December 11, 2019

    For as long as workplaces have dispensed chilled drinking water, there have been watercooler moments: the points in time where...