Some of the most important lessons are often revealed where we might least expect it, and often in the words of people who’ve walked distinctly different paths than our own up the corporate ladder.
Experience is a gift for those who choose to learn from it, and those who learn how they must adapt in order to recognise how different situations, resources and people fit the current day and potential for tomorrow. Yet experience can also cut the wrong way when an executive leader uses experience as a default setting to stifle new ideas and extinguish the flames of innovation that may seem strange, unachievable or simply unfamiliar.
- on Center for Creative Leadership
An executive team is a powerful asset for any organization. A strong C-suite mobilizes everyone in the organization to propel the organization’s vision and strategy forward. Yet too often this consi... Read »
Louise Garver presents 11 ways to get noticed by executive search consultants (Part 1 of 2).Louise Garver on BlueSteps
If you’re an executive who has conducted a job search, you know the key to success is to get noticed. Be a “mover” and a “shaker” in your industry or profession. Executive search consultants... Read »
What is ‘Organisational Courage’ and why is it important? Dino Pozzo provides some background to what that term means.
Anuj Roy, Senior Partner at TRANSEARCH, explains how the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem has recently evolved. Anuj examines the talent landscape of CTO’s from a large and distributed pool of close to 125 home grown companies in India across various stages of growth and location.Anuj Roy on LinkedIn
As the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem evolved in last decade and half and more specifically in last 7-8 years, a number of internet companies were established focusing on business areas across e-com... Read »
- Ben Fanning on Inc.
High employee turnover can be catastrophic for the CEO and their entire organization. Losing top talent increases your rehiring and retraining costs, plus it reduces employee incentive to stick around... Read »