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.
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.
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.
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.
Making Partner: Reaching the Top of the Law Firm Hierarchy
For any ambitious legal professional, making partner in a law firm is an essential milestone. It’s more than just a recognition of your knowledge of law. Being a partner demonstrates that you’re chimed into the important business aspects that accompany the profession.
Workforce Trends to Watch: Preparing for Your Next Key Career Moment
It’s important to have perspective on the major workplace and hiring trends - plus how they might affect you. In the pages that follow, you’ll find a detailed look into these trends and the skills you’ll need to support your next career move.
Recruitment and retention issues in 2022
This insight looks at the reasons why employees are leaving and what actions businesses can take to retain, reskill and make the business a more attractive place to work for new hires.
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.1 A change in the way people work, means a change in the way they are hired.
Why Aren’t All Leaders at Your Organisation Getting Coaching?
Coaching is one of the most effective ways an organisation can improve the way it works. From the C-suite down to frontline managers, everyone should have access to coaching programs.
Recruitment vs. Outplacement: What is the Difference?
We consider how best you can support your employees who are being made redundant
Why your leadership team must be aligned – and how to get there
Team alignment is not just a ‘nice to have’ – not when you appreciate the benefits it can bring
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.