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Assessment & Culture

Vanderbloemen Search Group: Keeping the Balance Between Personality Types

Vanderbloemen Search Group offers advice for leaders on how to best manage opposite personality types.
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Korn Ferry: Closing the Perception Gap Between Management and Employees

Korn Ferry finds a large perception gap between senior management and their employees.
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Heidrick & Struggles: The Benefits of Customer-Centric Co-Learning

This article from Heidrick & Struggles looks at the ways customer-centric co-learning can be extremely beneficial to the success of an organization.

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Vanderbloemen Search Group: How Leaders Should Navigate Large Layoffs

Vanderbloemen looks at how leadership can best handle an impending large layoff situation.

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Vanderbloemen Search Group: How Church Leaders Can Best Manage Ineffective Staff Members

Vanderbloemen Search Group looks at having an ineffective church staff member and provides suggestions to church leadership on the best way to handle such a situation.

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Odgers Berndtson: What Brexit May Mean for FTSE100 Companies

Mark Freebairn, the head of the CFO Practice in Odgers Berndtson’s London office, looks at previous statistics and early research to anticipate how the climate of the CFO industry within FTSE100 companies may change for United Kingdom businesses post-Brexit.

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Russell Reynolds Associates: The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in Businesses

Russell Reynolds Associates takes a look at the imporatance of creating an inclusive culture within a business and how this has a positive effect on both the personal success of employees as well as the success of the organization itself.

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Spencer Stuart: How to Think About Assessing Leaders

Accurately predicting which executives will succeed in a senior leadership role and which will not is critical, but challenging for most organizations. Traditional assessment approaches weren’t designed to predict whether an individual has the ability to stretch beyond his or her current capabilities to grow successfully into a new job and change along with it and the organization. In a recent report, Spencer Stuart explores the characteristics of the most effective executive assessments.

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Vanderbloemen Shares the Unexpected Benefits of Sabbaticals for Church Staff

The Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast brings you interviews from leaders across the theological spectrum of the global Church. 

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Sheffield Haworth Conducts Survey Examining Brexit Uncertainty Versus Opportunity

With ongoing market volatility, an uncertain political structure in the UK and indeed significant wider geopolitical threats, it is no surprise many institutions across both the buy and sell-side remain unsure how best to manage their activities and prepare for the future.

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