The Global Expansion of Executive Search
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The demand for skilled leadership exceeds supply worldwide and the pressure is high for organisations to find and retain top talent. Ulrich F. Ackermann, Chair at TRANSEARCH International, is interviewed alongside other global AESC leaders for the most recent Executive Talent magazine to discuss the tremendous growth in the executive search and leadership consulting profession.

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Why The Candidate Experience Matters More Than Ever - And How To Improve It
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Candidate experience is defined as the engagements and interactions a prospective employee has with the employer throughout the entire hiring process, from the application process to the final offer. It's about how candidates perceive and feel about your company at every touch point in the journey.

Not only is a positive candidate experience vital to attract talent, it's also critical from a reputation standpoint. Given the power of social media, candidates who share poor experiences online can cause significant damage to both the corporate brand and employer brand. Conversely, great experiences that are shared online can have a positive effect.

There are many steps to create a positive candidate experience. Howard Pezim shares three key ingredients for success.

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The 7 Questions Every CEO Should Ask About Culture
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For a great organisation, culture isn't an abstract or vague concept … it's real … it speaks to people. It's not a competitive advantage … it's a competitive imperative.

To survive is to adapt. "Are you managing your culture?" If any of the seven questions that follow receives a negative response, the answer is, almost certainly, "not so much."

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Tomorrow's Leadership Will Be Different
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When the environment changes dramatically, it changes for everyone. If you don't adapt, extinction is inevitable. Yesterday's success may well sow the seeds of tomorrow's demise. And agility really is a make-or-break issue.

Other than know-how in technology, which is a given, leadership competencies differ depending upon the role. That understood, five leadership competencies are emerging as having future primacy.

John Burdett is a best-selling author on leadership and organisation culture, and is Leadership advisor to TRANSEARCH International. In this download (PDF) John explains in detail what leaders need to know now to embrace mastery in each of these competencies.

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The New Role of the CHRO in the Age of Disruption
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The best business minds of our times have understood that people are critical to success. A great HR leader is arguably still the most valuable person in an organisation, but what has changed is the function of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) role in today's age of disruption. Darren Raycroft explains some of the more specific challenges facing today's CHRO.

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