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.
Five Steps to Maximise Networking Connections and Move Your Career Forward
Boost your profile and build your professional network in ways that will help you land your next job. These key best practices will give you tremendous advantage over a sea of other job applicants.
Is the Four-Day Workweek the Silver Bullet for Burnout?
The four-day workweek may indeed be an idea worth examining. Particularly if a modified work schedule not only alleviates burnout, but also helps you attract new talent in a market where there is a huge appetite for flexibility in where and when people work.
Talent Assessment: Three Ways to Reimagine Your Talent Development Budget
Talent assessments provide detailed insight into your workforce that can help you identify where to make the most impactful investments and where you can save on training and development efforts.
How to Break a Career Plateau
A career path should provide you the opportunity to work hard, develop your skills, apply your experience, and reap the benefits through new challenges, higher salaries, and more prominent roles.
Five Steps Leaders Can Take to Promote a Culture of Wellbeing at Work
Our new global study, Resetting Normal: Defining a New Era of Work, revealed that exacerbating the problem of burnout is what appears to be an inability of leaders to identify employees who were burned out.
Talent Acquisition Strategy 2021: The Guide
With the challenges the global economy faced in 2020, it has become paramount for organisations to reevaluate their talent acquisition strategies. The most profound change the global health pandemic has imposed upon companies has been technological. As Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, recognised in April 2020, “we’ve seen two years’ worth of digital transformation in two months.” Furthermore, The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) estimates that more than 20% of the global workforce could work the majority of its time away from the office - and be just as effective. A change in the way people work, means a change in the way they are hired.
Executives in Transition: Three Top Actions to Take in 2021
A recent LHH-LinkedIn poll found 47 percent of respondent organisations were planning significant overhauls of senior leadership, with six percent predicting a “total overhaul.” Less than one-third of respondents did not anticipate any changes in their executive leadership teams.
Crafting a Career Story that Keeps You on the Right Path
A career story goes way beyond your resume, degrees, or certifications. It’s a narrative that’s unique to you, where you have come from, and where you want to go.
Succession Planning: 6 Ways to Tell if Your Leadership is Future-Proof
Succession planning is the best way to future-proof your business. Assess how prepared your leadership is for the future with these six key questions.
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.
Negotiation Strategies that Set You Up for Success in a New Job
Recruiters are trying to scope jobs as best they can and interviewing for certain skill sets. But, in some instances, I’m hearing from candidates that midstream—between the second and third interviews—they find job requirements have changed.