HRD’s annual leadership issue presents interviews with four leading CEOs and insights from thought leaders on building trust as a leader, succession planning, and grooming the next generation of leaders
The helicopter view
While most experts will acknowledge that too many businesses operate with outmoded linear and hierarchical business structures, Patrick Hollingworth suggests an alternative: alpine style
21st century recruitment
David Reynolds outlines the latest recruitment
trends and how HR stands to benefit from making data-led decisions about tomorrow’s workforce
Not done yet
Allen Wiseman shares his ‘retirement’ story with Iain Hopkins – and suggests that all HR professionals can give back in some way, regardless of where they are situated on their career path
Why public humiliation feels so good
Why do we take pleasure in seeing others feel bad? Walden University’s Barbara Benoliel outlines ‘schadenfreude’ in the workplace and how HR can minimise its impact
A role model for diversity
’s largest organisational unit, Brigette McInnis-Day chats with Miklos Bolza about her efforts in tackling workplace diversity for both women and the differently abled
When is an intern an employee?
Several recent court rulings have demonstrated that the law provides safeguards to balance the desire of young workers to gain practical experience with the need to prevent the exploitation of young workers. What do you need to be mindful of?
Cover story: The Leadership Issue