How Leaders Are Navigating a post-pandemic world in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The world is experiencing an economic and political upheaval that will continue for the foreseeable future. The forces of the Fourth Industrial Revolution have ushered in a new economy and a new form of globalization, both of which demand new forms of leadership and governance. Whether it will improve the human condition will depend on whether Leaders adapt in time.

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Learning as a superpower for a future-proof workforce

The alarm was sounded in January 2000 by the World Economic Forum, announcing: “The world is facing a reskilling emergency. We need to reskill more than 1 billion people by 2030.” The message was clear, organisations, governments and society need to work together to ensure people around the world are skilled for a workforce of the future.

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Three qualities to look for in a great Executive Coach

Successful leaders know that they can benefit from outside insight. You can build success faster and sustain it longer when you have outside expertise, which is why many professionals seek the services of executive coaches.

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The new-look Board of the future, a People Committee

We have hard it many times before, people are your number one asset, if companies want to stay ahead of their competitors and we know companies that systematically invest in attracting, developing, and retraining the best people create a differentiated advantage in the market.

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The Future Workplace

The line between work and home was already disappearing, but that dissolution accelerated with the onset of COVID-19. This, along with the use of alternate forms of resourcing (e.g. onshoring, outsourcing and automation), brings with it critical implications for work type.

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The Future of Workforce Management

Proactive and strategic management of today’s workforce is about having the right people in the right places, at the right time – and at the right cost – to achieve an organisation’s objectives.

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Gender equality in workplace, can we stop the backslide?

Today talent is playing a new role in global economies. In the past, a countries competitiveness was traditionally based on its natural resources. But to be competitive in the 21st Century, governments...

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