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    “Chief Executives have tremendous resources at their disposal, but they face an acute scarcity in one critical area: Time. Drawing on an in-depth 12-year study, this package examines the unique time management challenges of CEOs and the best strategies for conquering them.”

    3 great articles:

    • How CEOs Manage Time
    • What Do CEOs Actually Do?
    • One CEO’s Approach to Managing His Calendar

    The Leader's Calendar

    on Harvard Business Review

    Running a large global company is an exceedingly complex job. The scope of the organization’s managerial work is vast, encompassing functional agendas, business unit agendas, multiple organizational... Read »

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    There is a talent and performance multiplier premium for organisations that build their culture and leadership team around exceptionally talented and committed leaders. Here are a few pointers on how to re-energise a leadership team for maximum impact.

    Tips For Re-energising Your Leadership Team

    Jack McGuinness on Chief Executive

    All leadership teams have the opportunity to serve as force multipliers for their organizations where the team’s impact goes far beyond the contributions of individual team members. Leadership teams... Read »

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    Never has talent been more mobile, and never has the mobility of talent been more critical for business success. This report uses data from a survey of 366,000 people in 197 countries and a simultaneous survey of 6,000 recruiters to “understand what has changed about people’s job preferences and attitudes toward mobility.”

    Decoding Global Talent 2018

    Rainer Strack, Mike Booker, Orsolya Kovács-Ondrejkovic, Pierre Antebi, David Welch on The Boston Consulting Group

    Ask leaders at big companies what worries them, and one of the first things they’ll mention is the challenge of managing a workforce at a time of rapid change. Jobs being transformed by automation a... Read »

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    Melissa Daimler takes a look at organisational behaviours, systems, and practices, to help repair a flagging culture.

    Why Great Employees Leave "Great Cultures"

    Melissa Daimler on Harvard Business Review

    Culture is often referred to as "the way things are done around here." But to be useful, we need to get more specific than that. I've been working in HR for over twenty years, and the best companies I... Read »

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    You've Climbed the Corporate Ladder. What's Next?

    Drew Calvert on Kellogg Insight

    After decades of climbing the corporate ladder, many executives choose to seek out a "second act" - a new professional phase, often one that has a social impact. This offers them a chance to leave a d... Read »

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    CEO changes for the period January 2018 to March 2018 inclusive as compiled by TRANSEARCH USA.

    CEO Changes: January-March 2018

    on TRANSEARCH USA

    CEO changes for the period January 2018 to March 2018 inclusive as compiled by TRANSEARCH USA. Read »

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    Vanessa Mitchell explains how to achieve long term business success by implementing a customer-driven culture within your organisation to deliver a positive customer experience.

    How to design a customer-driven culture

    Vanessa Mitchell on CMO

    There’s no doubt leading organisations have recognised customer experience is vital to future-proofing a business. But CX doesn’t all happen at the customer service end of the buying cycle. Increa... Read »

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    No one is perfect. Gwen Moran identifies common leadership blind spots and offers guidance on figuring out what your own blind spots are.

    Blind Spots That Plague Even The Best Leaders

    Gwen Moran on Fast Company

    There’s a mythology around great leaders. They’re visionary. They’re inspirational. They seem to know what their organizations and teams need intuitively. But make no mistake: No one is perfect ... Read »

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    Darren Raycroft, Partner at The Bedford Consulting Group, highlights three key lessons on courting a new leader that can be learned from the recent case of Josh McDaniels, the offensive co-ordinator of this year’s Super Bowl runner-up the New England Patriots.

    How to court a new leader and not get burned like the Indianapolis Colts

    Darren Raycroft on The Globe and Mail

    Courting a new leader for your organization can be a lot like the search for a new head coach. A great example of what to do – and what not to do – is the recent case of Josh McDaniels, the offens... Read »

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    “To truly engage other human beings and create meaningful connections, we need to silence our inner voices and be fully present – and being more mindful can help.”

    If You Aspire to Be a Great Leader, Be Present

    Rasmus Hougaard, Jacqueline Carter on Harvard Business Review

    Some years ago, we worked with a director of a multinational pharma company who’d been receiving poor grades for engagement and leadership effectiveness. Although he tried to change, nothing seemed ... Read »

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