• Posted on

    “The actions of leaders are a key driver of employee engagement, but leaders are often surprised to know just how much of an impact they have. Significantly, what they don’t say or do, speaks as loudly as their visible actions.”

    The role of leaders in internal communication

    Megan Thomas on LinkedIn

    While a leader’s presence in the market is likely to be quite evident, the way they communicate internally with their people will not usually be on display. So, if you are an internal comms professi... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook

  • Posted on

    Ian C. Read, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer at Pfizer, explains why creating the right culture is critical to a company’s long-term success. He explains how their unique ownership culture ‘OWNIT!’ has helped the organisation grow stronger.

    Culture Matters... and is a Key Growth Driver

    Ian C. Read on LinkedIn

    Creating the right culture is critical to a company’s long-term success. It enables an organization to attract and retain the most talented and dedicated colleagues, to maximize colleague engagement... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook

  • Posted on

    Henrik Brabrand explains what an effective leadership team does, and provides key elements that need to be in place for that leadership team to run effectively.

    What makes an effective leadership team?

    Henrik Brabrand on LinkedIn

    Leadership teams can be the difference-maker. They can be key to tying organizations together and accelerating the development- and implementation capabilities of an organization, and they can be inst... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook

  • Posted on

    If we can’t express our culture in real terms, do we actually know how it influences our business? While many leaders acknowledge the significance of culture on the health and success of their organisations, few have effectively developed this idea into practical reality unique to their business. Culture is a make-or-break issue when sourcing talent from the outside. TRANSEARCH use a suite of proprietary assessment tools to map your organisation’s present and “needed” culture.

    Executive Search

    on TRANSEARCH International

    We know that all organisations require an effective leadership team at the top. The complicated challenge of finding senior level executives is best met with the support of a firm with a proven track ... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook

  • Posted on

    Mindfulness @work

    Sandeep Chitale on TRANSEARCH International Australia

    Increasingly organisations are looking at mindfulness training to boost productivity and lower stress. Sandeep Chitale, the author of this article, has been a senior leader in the in the areas of Shar... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook

  • Posted on

    When Leaders Are Hired for Talent but Fired for Not Fitting In

    Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Clarke Murphy on Harvard Business Review

    Over and over again, organizations are unable to appoint the right leaders. According to academic estimates, the baseline for effective corporate leadership is merely 30%, while in politics, approval ... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook

  • Posted on

    Can solitude as a condition of truly effective leadership override the currency of quick decision-making, multi-tasking and that much coveted badge of busy-ness?

    The solitude of leadership

    Geoff Slade on LinkedIn

    There’s almost nowhere better to enjoy solitude than on a long haul flight. As I’m writing this en route from London to Chicago, it’s the perfect moment to ponder can solitude as a condition of ... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook

  • Posted on

    Checking Our Assumptions At The Door

    on TRANSEARCH International

    There is an old saying about assumptions that effectively describes the folly of our unique, individual biases. The older we get, it seems, the more firmly rooted many of us are in the core beliefs th... Read »

    Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebook