5 Strategic Scenarios When You Should Hire an Interim Executive
Interim executives are brought in for two main reasons: to fill an immediate or emergency gap; or to support a short to medium-term strategic need in the organisation.
How to Prepare Your Organisation If a Talent Shortage and Recession Collide
If a recession does occur in second half of 2022, most market watchers and economists believe it will be fundamentally different than any that have come before. What it means is that all the traditional strategies that business organisations have used in the past to weather recessionary storms will be of little value.
Interim Management: Solution to the Impact of COVID-19?
We are well into 2021, and the impact of the health crisis is still being felt in organisations across many sectors. What if interim management could see you through this challenging time? Here, we explore why an interim manager can help you thrive now to set you on the path for future success.
Covid career progression
This is the logical place to start and does set the platform for the restof your career to develop. It’s a question to consider very carefully.Consider which area of law you have enjoyed the most and why? Where are youparticularly strong technically? How would you develop a career in thatparticular sector? Is your training contract set up in such that has a biastowards non-contentious or contentious work? Perhaps most importantly, whicharea could you talk through most knowledgeably and enthusiastically. Thereisn’t anything wrong with considering multiple areas but think abouthow this might dilute your applications.
The Power of ‘Thank You’; Using Social Media to Acknowledge Those Who’ve Helped You
Just taking that one brief moment to acknowledge the source—be it from an article, contact, or colleague—not only shows good etiquette, but helps us foster trust, strengthen our network relationships and invite others to participate in the conversations our content ignites.
The Post-COVID-19 Office: The New World of Working
Navigating the unclear waters of the pandemic’s aftermath is one of the biggest challenges business leaders face in the coming year. As our previous article explored, there will be a reconceptualisation of the office as a physical space. Furthermore, across nearly every industry, leaders will need to learn from the lessons of this large-scale remote-working experiment and creatively conceive new working practices for the next decade.
Should You Change Job During COVID-19?
This year has seen a record number of employees working remotely, forcing firms across the country to adapt to a new normal. Rather than being a hindrance, this has been a valuable opportunity for companies - and leaders within those companies – to analyse, evaluate and implement new ways of working. This has been especially important with regards to the attraction, onboarding, and integration of new talent.
Diversity & Inclusion in your Recruitment Process: 4 Steps
What strategies can your organisation adopt to elevate its Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) position? In the first article in our series, we focus on how D&I can be reflected in your recruitment process.
Tips on preparing for an interview
Make your interview the best 60 minutes of the interviewer’s day!
Six Tips for Mastering Your Professional Video Presence
Even individuals with excellent communication skills require deliberate practice and self-evaluation to develop a powerful, professional video presence. You need to be clear, confident and under control to project your best self in a virtual call.
Creating a great CV
With hirers and recruiters spending less than 6 seconds on average looking at a CV, first impressions are key. Your CV not only needs to promote your achievements but also make you stand out from the other applicants.