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    Companies are losing money by neglecting a task that is fundamental to almost every aspect of HR. Is it time to review how your organisation handles the creation of position descriptions?

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    Penelope Cottrill, principal at Nous Group, outlines the key skills required of leaders to succeed in the digital era. How do you shape up?

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    The definition of the role of ‘leader’ seems fairly clear in most organisations, but Sarah Rodgers suggests it is too restrictive for today’s business world. Is it time to look outside the square?

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