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Category archives: HR

Foresight! – The Must Have Competency for Business Leaders in 2015.

Foresight is ‘to have the ability to predict what will happen or be needed in the future.’

Pace of change has accelerated so quickly in modern times that by the time you read this, an event will have no doubt occurred somewhere in your business. Prime examples of these are; a lucrative contract signed, a ...

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AS A CEO SHOULD YOU BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CULTURE?

CEOs are stepping out of their silos’ to become leaders of their company’s thinking and behaviour but, when it comes to projecting this, does the buck stop at the top.

It is striking to see how many Chief Executives see their most important responsibility as being the leader of the company’s culture. According ...

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Beware of the bogus man from Del Monte

Some of you might be old enough to remember that Del Monte produced an iconic advertising campaign in the 1980s with the catchphrase "The Man from Del Monte he says YES". He was a charming man, well dressed who gave the ‘go ahead’ when satisfied that his product was ready to go to market. The ...

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What is HR Interim and why?

HR Interim Management is the temporary provision of Human Resource Management resources and skills.
HR Interim Manager is not a term that should be used to describe those individuals who look to interim HR opportunities as a temporary stopgap whilst looking for their next permanent opportunity, but should instead be reserved for individuals who are ...

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Workplace wellness programs benefit employee retention and productivity

Healthy employees tend to be happier and more productive employees.
Workplace wellness programs are becoming more widespread throughout the country, and its catching on. The benefits:  healthy employees tend to be happier and more productive employees. These programs range from simply offering information to workers, to subsidised healthy lunches, fitness education, and a company gym ...

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The Power and Limits of Negotiating at the Time of Hire or Engagement

Executives seeking a new role who have made it past the first hurdles of CV, short-list and interview(s) eventually confront the final obstacle: Negotiating an acceptable job offer.

This makes many people nervous, especially those with jobs that don’t regularly involve negotiation.

Experts advise you should be excited to negotiate. If someone is ...

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How to engage with your Executive Search partner

As a retained Executive Search and Interim Management business,  Executives Online spend a lot of time thinking about what works and what doesn’t work in the executive search model.

We have developed a list of considerations if you’re contemplating using a search firm to fill some of your key open positions. Here at ...

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Can you trust your Recruitment Consultant before you send them your CV?

In your enthusiasm to find your next career move, the safety of your personal information may not be at the top of your list of priorities.

However, in the age of stolen identities and internet fraud it should be an important consideration for any job hunter.

Ensure that any information you pass to your consultant ...

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Learnings from A Human Lie Detector

How to Get To The Truth

The Executives Online team were privileged to host over 50 HR Directors and C Level Business Leaders at the Churchill Hyatt Regency in London last week for a fantastic networking event focused on Deception Detection – we hope you can join us next time!

World renowned expert and “human lie ...

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Deception & Detection – The networking event not to be missed

 

Deception & Detection – The networking event not to be missed.

We would be delighted if you can join us at the Hyatt Regency, Portman Square, London for this networking event.

Having organised and attended networking events over the last 15 years I’d like to think I know what might bring busy people together.

Food for ...

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