Profiles

  • The science of leadership by Iain Hopkins

    Brian Little has won industry accolades for his groundbreaking management training initiatives at global insurer Zurich. He shares his story with HRD

  • All for one by Iain Hopkins

    Barclays is rapidly becoming the world leader in diversity and inclusion, but it’s in disability inclusion and accessibility that it’s truly blazing a path

  • My Brilliant Career – Libby Bell by

    My Brilliant Career – Libby Bell

  • Employers contemplate social networking in 2008 by

    Companies will focus on upgrading and integrating their HR technology in 2008 in an effort to improve administration and better engage employees, according to Watson Wyatt Worldwide

  • Preparing for interviews by

    Although I prepare for each interview, I find that interviewers often use different questioning techniques and have different interview styles. Can you offer any advice as to how to structure responses at interview?

  • My brilliant career – Linda Price by

    My brilliant career – Linda Price

  • HR needs a makeover: report by

    Only 54 per cent of senior HR professionals report to their CEO, according to a recent Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) survey of 1,816 people

  • Building a Noble culture by

    In just 20 years Noble Group has grown from a small supplier of raw materials to one of the world’s largest global supply chain managers. Noble Group attributes much of this success to a talented workforce and a unique culture. Sarah O’ Carroll speaks with Lelia Konyn, group human resources director for Noble, about the driving forces behind Noble’s success

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