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  • Made to measure by

    Executive education is designed for time-poor executives. A growing number of organisations have moved towards tailored programs that allow participants to focus on leadership issues that are specific to their industry, organisation and even individual circumstances. Teresa Russell reports

  • Choosing the right reward by

    Incentive programs used to be for the sales force, but are now an integral part of many an organisation’s attraction and retention strategies. Teresa Russell reports on the latest trends and looks at how companies are using incentives in innovative but effective ways

  • The ethical battles of HR by

    A new lucrative project in your company has commenced and the CEO approaches you, the HR director, with the task of helping to lower labour costs.

  • Go for gold by

    The Olympic Games are a forum for countless feats of athleticism, courage and determination. They bring out the best in almost everyone, not just the competitors.

  • Why HR isn’t asked for HR advice by

    HR will never be able to contribute as it should to the success of an organisation unless HR professionals have broader business experience, writes David Creelman

  • Successful succession by

    Succession planning is a particular challenge in the professional services and legal sector, as firms face a plethora of challenges on this front. Kate Gibbs looks at solutions to these succession planning problems and how to guarantee the future people viability of professional services and law firms

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