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    Roma Grant, senior consultant at Slade Executive Recruitment, shares strategies for taking control of a work situation that left unchecked, can lead to long-term damage to our health and a reduced work/life balance.

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    Chris Swan, Managing Director for TRANSEARCH International, shares valuable executive career insights to help older workers avoid stereotypes, remain valued, and improve their chances for landing a new role. Chris also shares tips on using your enhanced experience as a positive.

    Ageism - Be a grown up and deal with it

    Chris Swan on BlueSteps

    Perfect timing! Here I was thinking about the topic of ageism in the workplace, when my wife suggested that we watch "The Intern." I was not familiar with the story, but I quickly noted the relevance. Read »

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    How does a man born in the 1920s outsmart the millennials? Anita Ziemer, Managing Director of Slade Group, says the answer lies in Crystallised and Fluid Intelligence.

    Bright young old things!

    Anita Ziemer on The Slade Report

    If you’ve ever worried about your declining IQ, take heart from this fascinating profile of 94 year old John Goodenough who, together with his team at University of Texas, has filed a patent applica... Read »

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    Richard Farnell explains why we must demonstrate our commitment to diversity, and the culture we end up building, by deliberately mentoring people who aren’t like us.

    Mentor People Who Aren't Like You

    Richard Farnell on Harvard Business Review

    Leaders tend to coach and mentor their “own,” and here’s the human impulse that drives it: Even those who believe that diversity improves creativity, problem solving, and decision making natural... Read »

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    We all want to be remembered in glowing terms. When we’re gone, we’ll each have absolutely no say in the matter. That’s why the present is so important.

    Does a work legacy matter?

    Stephen Atherton on The Slade Report

    Let me paint the scene. It’s Saturday night, I’m at a friend’s house with a group of mates as our children run inside and outside the house vaguely supervised. Our respective partners are all ou... Read »

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    Chris Swan, TRANSEARCH International, provides 5 points to keep in mind when transitioning into a new executive role.

    Executive Integration: What Does it Mean?

    Chris Swan on LinkedIn

    What new executives often miss is how exceedingly high the expectations can be for success. When starting in a new position, particularly at a new company, there is tremendous opportunity to demonstra... Read »

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    We regularly run workshops and seminars on company culture, talent attraction & retention, leadership competencies as well as team dynamic. As Senior HR practitioner, Operations Executive or Managing Director of a mid to large size company, these workshops are for you.

    What are your Why do you stay factors? Interested by a workshop on retention?

    Sebastien Cobut on LinkedIn

    The exit of baby-boomers, the serious shortage of top talent generally and a new generation of employees entering the workforce makes retention a business (and financial) imperative. Read »

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    It's All About Culture

    Geoff Slade on TRANSEARCH International Australia

    The future ain’t what it used to be. Continued globalisation, wide-scale disruption, uncertainty, exponential change in technology and a new generation joining the workforce are changing how busines... Read »

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    How to Make the Best Decisions for New Company Leadership

    Chris Swan on Construction Executive

    Business leaders have always been scrutinized for their decision making. In 1914, Henry Ford was both denounced as a fool and praised for doubling wages of factory employees from $2.34 to $5 per day. Read »

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    4 Ways to Improve Your Strategic Thinking Skills

    Nina Bowman on Harvard Business Review

    If you’ve ever received feedback that you “need to be more strategic,” you know how frustrating it can feel. To add insult to injury, the feedback rarely comes with any concrete guidance on what... Read »

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