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    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.

    Experience Can Be A Restrictive Default Setting

    on TRANSEARCH International

    Most global executives are promoted or recruited into new leadership roles because of the education they completed, the experience they gained and the insights they bring to new business opportunities... Read »

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    Are You Getting the Best Out of Your Executive Team?

    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 »

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    Chris Hallberg suggests that “to maintain strong results, it’s crucial for leaders to set the bar high (but attainable) from the beginning – and not let it drop.” Do you agree?

    You need to set the bar high (but attainable) and keep it there - if you want great results

    Chris Hallberg on CNBC

    When managing a team, it's safe to say that leaders want their employees to deliver the best that they can on a regular basis - without putting themselves under severe stress. Read »

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    HR Goes Agile

    Peter Cappelli, Anna Tavis on Harvard Business Review

    Agile isn't just for tech anymore. It's been working its way into other areas and functions, from product development to manufacturing to marketing - and now it's transforming how organizations hire, ... Read »

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    39 companies that are recognised as excellent employers share their employee retention strategies.

    Employee Retention Strategies: 39 Companies’ Key Methods for Retaining Talent

    Peter Banerjea on Time Doctor

    It's a troubling moment, isn't it? When a valued employee tells you that he or she has found a better opportunity? Employee retention is one of the biggest challenges that companies are facing today. Read »

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    Detailed article by McKinsey that sets out 4 things they believe businesses need to concentrate on to advance ‘HR as a hard-edged function capable of understanding the drivers of strategy and deploying talent in support of it’.

    The CEO's guide to competing through HR

    Frank Bafaro, Diana Ellsworth, Neel Gandhi on McKinsey

    Technological tools provide a new opportunity for the function to reach its potential and drive real business value. A leading US healthcare company was struggling recently to recruit more nurses and ... Read »

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    Bill Sakellaris, Managing Director of TRANSEARCH International, reviews The A-Z of Organizational Culture Executive Seminar Series presented by international speaker Dr John O. Burdett. 120 CEOs, HRDs and other executives participated in seminars about organisational culture.

    "Strategy is a bicycle, culture is a bus" - John Burdett Australian Tour Review

    Bill Sakellaris on TRANSEARCH International Australia

    TRANSEARCH International Australia recently hosted a range of senior leaders at The A-Z of Organization Culture, presented by international speaker Dr John O. Burdett. Read »

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    How do we foster excellence within our organisations, while managing our businesses through a world of disruptors? Bill Sakellaris reviews this year’s TRANSEARCH global conference on “Creating Tomorrow’s Business, Today”

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    We all know that the pace of technology and the cadence of change in nearly every industry vertical have accelerated as never before. Critical to determining the longevity and merit of your current course is an assessment of how your business aligns and may fit with future customer needs.

    What Skills Will Leaders Need in the Future?

    Evan Sinar, Rebecca Ray on Chief Learning Officer

    For learning leaders charged with developing leaders who will assume positions of increasing complexity and scope, the task has seldom been more daunting. Read »

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    In business and sport, we all have to consider best process and methodology. Importantly, we have to establish a culture and live the values, brand and standards of our organisation.

    How sports coaches use world class leadership to create winning teams

    Jason Davenport on The Slade Report

    Before I elaborate, I have a confession to make… I’m an ex senior AFL player, now a football coach and more recently, a professional recruiter. Read »

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