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.
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.
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.
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.
The big OE is part of the New Zealand psyche. A steady stream of young kiwi’s leave our shores and head off to experience the world. But in the whirlwind of life, the years extend and time moves quickly.