Archive for category: Executive Development

An Excellent Team?

An Excellent Team?

England’s victory over New Zealand was a great experience to witness at Twickenham on Saturday. I thought the performance was a tremendous example of a team having the ambition and commitment to proactively engage with the competition and the talent and architecture to execute this successfully.   Gareth Jones, a […]

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Are Employers at a Critical Tipping Point?

Are Employers at a Critical Tipping Point?

  As Employees have been doing more with less – and in many cases for less – for the last 5 years (and that doesn’t seem likely to change in the near future), it is not surprising that the recent Towers Watson Global Workforce Survey painted a depressing picture. Amongst […]

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The Voices of your Employees

The Voices of your Employees

  The latest “Voice and Value” event at the London School of Economics highlighted the research that Employee Voice as a key driver of employee engagement and performance and that this is being reflected by the topic moving up the leadership agenda. To reinforce the former, The Chartered Institute of […]

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Talent Considerations

Talent Considerations

  The premium placed on tight management of discretionary expenditure during our prolonged period of tough economic conditions has made investment in staff a courageous decision in many enterprises – be it the cost of recruiting new staff the development of existing staff or indeed succession planning.     As […]

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Effective Delegation

Effective Delegation

  As part of Efficienarta’s methods for helping organisations improve their processes, short Corporate Governance “diagnostics” are offered to help target business improvement projects on areas where the most value can be added to overall Corporate Governance. Diagnostics have identified specific delegation requirements such as a requirement for the Board […]

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