- Talent mobility and job creation
To bridge the mismatch between the skills people possess and those demanded by business, organisations need to embrace talent mobility strategies. Rob Bebbington outlines what needs to be done.
- Once upon a long ago
Traditional leadership programs, with their suite of standard skills development opportunities, may not produce leaders capable of dealing with ambiguity and complexity. An alternative approach places an emphasis on facilitating ‘self-actualisation’ through storytelling. Paul Lawrence & Kieran White explain
- Are you using professional social networks to your full advantage?
Why waste money on employing a professional head hunter when you can find you next star yourself by using social networks?
- Success in regional HR roles – a how-to guide
Moving into a role in the Asia Pacific is a dream come true for some HR professionals, and choosing the right organisation can be the difference between a dream and a nightmare.
- How well do your middle managers understand the numbers?
Do your mid-level managers understand financial reports? Leonie Curtis-Kempnich outlines why this is a crucial but often overlooked capability.
- Is beauty a skill?
Personal style, deportment and body shape are all factors in today’s job market: employment experts call it ‘aesthetic labour’