- Superwoman myth hindering women leaders
ROLE MODELS for women in successful management positions are “extraordinary”, to the point where they intimidate rather than motivate other female leadership candidates.
- Lose the fear boys
Diversity continues to emerge as a key differentiator between a progressive and successful organisation and one that is lagging behind – and it is men who are at the forefront of leading the change.
- Behold the unsung heroes
Organisational restructuring is notoriously tumultuous for a business. Kate Gibbs goes behind the scenes of some mergers in the legal profession to explore how HR can contribute to the process
- Globetrotters ‘08
Many international assignments today are the product of a global perspective on talent management – far more strategic than the tactical moves of a decade ago. Teresa Russell reports on HR’s role in ensuring the success of short and long-term assignments
- How Nokia and IBM go about employer branding and winning the war for talent
Organisations with a strong employer brand don’t need to fight for candidates in a tight labour market. Teresa Russell looks at how Nokia and IBM go about employer branding and winning the war for talent
- The growing divide in HR
In our most recent issue of Human Resources magazine, the front page news story, “Future of HR still not certain” noted that the future of the HR function will continue to rely increasingly upon its ability to establish a high level of strategic business presence