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    Company cultures need to constantly adapt to changing economies and industries. Getting that culture to begin to move, starts with the organisation’s leaders.

    Change Your Leaders To Change Your Culture

    Jack Zenger on Forbes

    How would you describe the culture of your organization? Some might say, "It's the smell of the place, or, “It’s how things are done around here." Research done on culture and organizational perfo... Read »

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    Pari Jhaveri, Senior Partner TRANSEARCH India, has been recently quoted in a piece by The Economic Times on how education companies are hiring aggressively to lure top talent into the education technology sector.

    With expansion plans, Ed-tech companies hire top talent at high packages

    Prachi Verma, Varuni Khosla on The Economic Times

    New-age education companies are hiring aggressively to lure top talent (CXOs) with packages touching a crore, inclusive of variables and stock options. At least 20 CXO searches are lined up in the nex... Read »

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    Talent Scouting

    on TRANSEARCH International USA

    Attracting the right executive and assembling a high-performance team is only the start. Ongoing talent management, employee engagement, and leadership development are crucial to maintaining competiti... Read »

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    Chris Swan, Managing Director for TRANSEARCH International, shares valuable executive career insights to help older workers avoid stereotypes, remain valued, and improve their chances for landing a new role. Chris also shares tips on using your enhanced experience as a positive.

    Ageism - Be a grown up and deal with it

    Chris Swan on BlueSteps

    Perfect timing! Here I was thinking about the topic of ageism in the workplace, when my wife suggested that we watch "The Intern." I was not familiar with the story, but I quickly noted the relevance. Read »

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    We regularly run workshops and seminars on company culture, talent attraction & retention, leadership competencies as well as team dynamic. As Senior HR practitioner, Operations Executive or Managing Director of a mid to large size company, these workshops are for you.

    What are your Why do you stay factors? Interested by a workshop on retention?

    Sebastien Cobut on LinkedIn

    The exit of baby-boomers, the serious shortage of top talent generally and a new generation of employees entering the workforce makes retention a business (and financial) imperative. Read »

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    Change management and innovation are mandates for any business leader wondering how to make their careers sustainable in a rapidly changing world. Brent Gleeson describes 5 ways to better empower employees to take ownership and effect positive and lasting organisational change.

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    Navigating To The Boardroom, Thriving When You Get There

    Dr. Johannes Burghold on LinkedIn

    For many global executives, an appointment to the corporate boardroom as a non-executive director marks the pinnacle, defining moment of their business careers. Read »

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    Business leaders have always been scrutinised for their decision making. Chris Swan, TRANSEARCH Chicago, explains how business leaders can remain confident they are making the best call on people decisions when the stakes are higher than ever.

    Decision Making - Values, Culture, Leadership

    Chris Swan on BlueSteps

    Business leaders have always been scrutinized for their decision making. In 1914, Henry Ford was both denounced as a fool and praised for doubling wages of factory employees from $2.34 to $5 per day. Read »

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    Selecting the right person regardless of source is always the best solution, even if it’s not the easiest one. Here are three tell-tale signs that a construction company should consider hiring from the outside.

    3 Great Reasons Construction Companies Should Hire from the Outside

    Chris Swan on LinkedIn

    n many ways, construction companies should select from the pool of talent within their organizations. When promoting an internal leader, the individual knows the work rules, he or she intuitively unde... Read »

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    What does it take to keep the best employees engaged, enthused about the work, their individual status in the organization, and the positive WHY of the organization? Chris Swan explains.

    Place the Right Employees in the Right Job Positions to Increase Retention: "Why do my best people stay?"

    Chris Swan on LinkedIn

    What is your strategy for human capital? At some point the conversation always comes back to people. Do you have the right people? Are they in the right roles? Are they energized to be efficient and p... Read »

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