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Leadership and COVID-19: The changing role of the CEO Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the world as we know it has changed beyond recognition. Although many aspects of life are beginning to return to normal, the economy continues to struggle, and for the majority of organisations, the future is still very uncertain.
National Apprenticeship Week – What does an apprenticeship mean to you?
There is much to celebrate this week with #NationalApprenticeshipWeek. It’s a time to both recognise and appreciate success stories and extend the message to audiences that are less familiar with the value apprentices bring to a business.
Employee engagement, customer engagement and Black Friday misconceptions
Black Friday is just around the corner. Retailers across the country are impatient to see how their offers will fair against their competitors’ to reel in discount-hungry customers.
Four reasons why Portugal is Europe’s most exciting new tech hub
As featured in theHRDIRECTOR .
Employer brand: What actually works
When it comes to employer brand, there is good news and bad news for talent and HR leaders.
The robots are coming (but it’s okay)
Just a few years back, who would have thought the largest taxi company in the world wouldn’t own a single car? Or that cars in some cities would be self-driving?
Data commercialisation: how to set up for success
Over the years, we imagine plenty of tech innovations have been hailed as ‘the next frontier in digital transformation’, but that hasn’t discouraged Forbes from using precisely those words to describe the process of data commercialisation. This, of course, is the popular new way for businesses to increase their revenues .
Ten minutes with Jon Ridout, head of executive search at BT
Each quarter we interview a key corporate decision-maker, gleaning their views and opinions on a range of market issues.
Time to ditch the nine-box grid?
It’s an assessment tool dreamed up by McKinsey in the 1960s. Disarmingly simple, its straightforward lexicon of ‘high’, ‘low’ and ‘moderate’ hasn’t changed in over fifty years.