LHH virtual career fairs
Looking to recruit and hire new talent? Our Virtual Career Fair and Networking Events bring thousands of employers and job seekers together—allowing you to transcend boundaries, broaden your talent pool and attract the talent you need in new, innovative ways.
How to Have Your Vacation and Be a Better Leader, Too
We need to do something to help our people recharge their batteries. But affecting this kind of change is not going to happen organically; leaders need to be deliberate in rebooting policies and strategies so that they can truly get away from the job for a few days.
How to Prepare for an Interview at a Creative Agency
Leadership Shake-ups On the Horizon: How Prepared is Your Organization?
An increasing number of organizations are taking stock to determine whether their senior executives are fit for current purpose. Organizations that have procrastinated or ignored the need for a planful approach will be hit the hardest.
It’s Time to Throw a Lifeline to Hourly Employees Impacted by Layoffs
Our survey showed that 60 percent of hourly and non-exempt employees were not offered any kind of outplacement support when impacted by layoffs. Why do so many organizations neglect their most vulnerable workers – the people who need outplacement support more than anyone else?
Leadership Disconnect: The Growing Chasm Between Leaders and Their People
One pandemic; two radically different working experiences. Our research shows us that the gap between the views of senior leaders and the people they lead has grown into a worrisome chasm. This deep disconnect between leaders and their talent could have a crippling impact on organizations and their future business plans, impacting satisfaction, motivation and performance.
How Google Alerts Offer Critical Business Intelligence for Job Search
We share four examples of the valuable information that can be gleaned from Google alerts, and how it can be used to your advantage when conducting a job search.
The Athlete Journey: Planning for Life After Sport and Finding Purpose Again
Every year, athletes across the world in sports of all kinds face similar challenges when their athletic careers start to wind down. High-functioning and determined, athletes spend so much time training and competing that it’s easy to lose sight of the need to plan for life after sports.
Disconnected Leaders and Employees: Why Career Development Expectations are Not Being Met and How to Bridge the Gap
It would not be an understatement to say that employees have high expectations around career development. However, it’s equally true that their current employers are not doing enough to meet those expectations.
Looking Ahead: Take that First Step Towards a Concrete Future
Unconsciously or subconsciously, a number of unproductive attitudes and behaviors commonly surface after a job loss. Here's what to do to avoid getting stuck in negativity.
To Improve Team Performance: Diagnose the Problem Before Prescribing a Solution
First identify the source of the underperformance. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself spending tons of money paying for generic team training that isn’t going to fix your specific problem.
In the Competition for Talent, How to Keep Your Head While Other Hiring Managers are Losing Theirs
Experience tells us that overpaying for talent, and making rash hiring decisions, will ultimately come back to haunt you. In a highly competitive global talent market like this, how are companies supposed to compete without breaking the bank?