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Geoff Slade - "The Godfather of Recruitment" »
sladegroup.com.au

They say it's not what you know, but who you know that matters and when it comes to the biggest influencers in the recruitment industry, there are few better known and respected than Geoff Slade, Executive Chairman of Slade Group and Consultant at TRANSEARCH International.

Sarah Morgan, Editor of The Recruitment, Consulting and Staffing Association Australia & New Zealand, speaks with "The Godfather of Recruitment" about his career and the industry as a whole.

Geoff Slade - "The Godfather of Recruitment" »

Future-Oriented Leadership Competencies: Today's Talent Management Lynchpin »
transearch.com.au (PDF)

To lead is to be in the people business - present and future. Talent management generally, and talent acquisition more specifically, are strategic. How do we define the qualities that shape the leadership we need? How do we start to create tomorrow's leadership today? John Burdett outlines the linchpin role that (the right) leadership competencies play in transforming talent management into a competitive advantage.

Future-Oriented Leadership Competencies: Today's Talent Management Lynchpin »

The mindsets and practices of excellent CEOs »
mckinsey.com

"With this article, we set out to show which mindsets and practices are proven to make CEOs most effective. It is the fruit of a long-running effort to study performance data on thousands of CEOs, revisit our firsthand experience helping CEOs enhance their leadership approaches, and extract a set of empirical, broadly applicable insights on how excellent CEOs think and act."

The mindsets and practices of excellent CEOs »

The future of enterprise demands a new future of HR »
www2.deloitte.com

"Disruptive forces are sharply changing how we live and work, creating an imperative for enterprises to rapidly adapt. But there are several areas where the pace of change has yet to catch up with the new realities of business. Chief HR officers and their teams must take the lead with agility and sustain exponential value for the future of human resources."

The future of enterprise demands a new future of HR »