The question facing our clients regarding Digitisation isn't "When" anymore, but "How". The TRANSEARCH International Digital team works with clients to understand the ways digital is affecting their businesses and changing leadership requirements, ensuring they stay relevant in this changing digitised environment.
Useful insight from Mike Morrow, TRANSEARCH Partner in Industry and Energy practices, on the excellent opportunities for career growth within manufacturing.
Digital transformation requires senior leaders and board directors that can develop a clear digital strategy and address the talent, operational and cultural changes to elevate their business. To fill these positions, the traditional model of selecting candidates on core competences is not enough.
From direct experience as a senior management headhunter, Paola Maria Caburlotto highlights the importance of new agile leadership recruitment approaches to finding the right candidates.
Change has, of course, been with us forever. The current rate of change, however, is new. This shift is so profound that it challenges the very essence of what it means to be a leader. From a recruitment perspective it also means revisiting the multi-headed hydra known as "FIT". Darren Raycroft explains.
Businesses in the energy sector have tremendous challenges ahead as they work to keep pace with rapid digital change. David MacPherson explains how to maximise the return on any investment in innovation by ensuring energy sector employers have the right leaders in place to make change happen.
When it comes to pursuing an advanced degree, most professionals wonder 'Will the output of time and energy be worth it?' It’s a big commitment, especially for established professionals who usually have plenty to balance already. Inviting more work can seem daunting. Ultimately, the value of any rigorous endeavour rests in the mind of the person pursuing it.
Negotiating an employment offer at the executive level is not for the faint of heart. It is key to understand the nuances of the negotiation process and apply them at the right moments.
At the conclusion of the negotiation, both parties must be satisfied with the final outcome.
The burden for assuring mutual satisfaction with the result of the negotiation is squarely on the shoulders of the hiring party, with the possible help of an executive recruiter.