How do some companies rise above the millions of companies that exist in the world? There are five key elements that they all have in common. These are the “red thread” in the cultures and we call these the 5 Cultural Keys (or the 5 C’s) as they are the backbone to a company.
Competition is the old mindset. It’s out and collaboration is in.
Engagement in a company revolves around the people, their passions, and the purpose. It leads to a higher productivity level; the profits are a natural result and the company is able to have a greater positive impact.
Research tells us that Executives have 2 roles in corporate change situations: a. Executive Decisions that provide the budget, resources and approvals and b. Executive Actions namely to be visible and active, to build a coalition and to communicate at specific times through the change.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve noticed a considerable amount of attention focused on Generation Y from both the media and business world. The May 20 issue of Time Magazine led with a cover story labelling them the ‘Me, Me, Me’ generation: narcissistic, fame-obsessed, and self interested; Meanwhile PwC reported findings from a comprehensive Next Gen study of its Gen Y employees.
If you’re a business leader today you are working to understand and balance the perspectives of an unprecedented variety of stakeholders – from NGOs becoming more voracious in their demands to workers who are increasingly hard to engage – and doing so in a world that is more transparent and connected than ever before. It’s a tough challenge.
The ability of CEOs to develop ‘superstar’ talent is the difference between success and failure in the business world, one of the UK’s leading sports executives has said in the build-up to an important new leadership summit in Dubai later this month. Mike Forde, former Director of Football Operations at Chelsea Football Club, says the race for talent has never been so critical as it is at present, and talent management is a primary responsibility of the CEO or key leaders, and not a HR function.
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By Sandrine Bardot
Here is a situation that I witnessed at a client’s company.
Imagine the scene : today is the meeting with the Executive Leadership Team where the topic is : “Which changes should we introduce to our performance management system ?”…
By Karen Oliver
Surrounded by an overwhelming number of reality cookery programs, as eager cooks battle to become master chefs, has made me think about the recipe we use in talent development for successful Coaching Conversations.
Using a Lee Hecht Harrison…
By Anne Tice
Holding a productive team meeting is tricky enough, but host that meeting virtually and the challenge escalates. In a former company, I once attended a virtual call with a dog barking all the way through the meeting, and today I have an unfortunate friend in HR, who frequently cancels dinners on a Thursday night…