- Global corporations are looking for a special breed of leader. Strategic priorities are framing ever more specialised requirements for new executive hires and the selective upgrading of existing management roles. Superior executive talent is increasi Read more »
- Charlotte Rogers on Marketing Week
As the world of work evolves, brands are ditching old fashioned CVs in favour of highly digital, behaviour-focused strategies for attracting diverse talent. As the workplace environment evolves and so... Read »
- Werner Rehm, Anurag Srivastava on McKinsey & Company
Building a “market-momentum case”—based on external as well as internal data—can help executives allocate resources more effectively and identify new sources of value. Sometimes, companies can... Read »
Organisations from general contractors to subcontractors and suppliers are rapidly taking advantage of the influx of new technologies that are poised to bring the construction industry into the 21st century. Chris Swan highlights some current trends that are keeping CEO’s up at night.
- Alice Zhou on strategy+business
What’s the difference between culture and employee engagement? It’s a good question. Many people use the two terms interchangeably. In their minds, the term company culture is synonymous with free... Read »
In the quest for great talent it is more important than ever for your organisation to sell its benefits to prospective employees. Kylie Rutherfoord, Slade Executive Recruitment, provides five top tips to land the perfect candidate.Kylie Rutherfoord on The Slade Report
Highly capable jobseekers always have options when deciding who they want to work for, but now it's more important than ever for your organisation to sell its benefits to prospective employees. If you... Read »
- Mara Marinakis on LinkedIn
Human resources professionals play a major role in bringing the talent and business strategies together. It’s never been more important to make sure the resources spent on sourcing, engaging, and ke... Read »
Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don’t want to.
– Richard Branson
Brigette Hyacinth explains that how you treat your employees will determine the fate of your company.
Sourav Ganguly applies lessons learned from leading world class cricketers to develop his template for leadership success. Sourav is a former captain of the Indian national cricket team and currently President of the Cricket Association of Bengal.Sourav Ganguly on The Economic Times
When I first became captain of the Indian cricket team in 2000, many well-wishers and journalist friends gifted me the classic Mike Brearley book, The Art of Captaincy. I mean no disrespect to the boo... Read »