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Odgers Berndtson: Nine Traits of a Stand-out CEO

Leon Ayo is the CEO of Odgers Berndtson South Africa based in Johannesburg and belives that the following nine traits are what makes a truly successful modern leader

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Odgers Berndtson: Tech, tech BOOM. Software engineer is a new "rock star"

Think of a software developer, or ‘coder’, and what comes to mind? The chances are that the words rock star or superstar weren’t part of the image you conjured. And it’s almost certain that you didn’t picture today’s software engineers as masters of their own destiny, revered like leading musicians or actors with their own Hollywood-style talent agencies to represent them.

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Odgers Berndtson Launches New Office With Three New Partner Hires

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Odgers Berndtson Acquires HR Specialist

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Odgers Berndtson: Leadership in Indian Automotive sector

Manish Varghese, Head of India Automotive practice for Odgers Berndtson, writes about the changing face of leadership in the sector. This paper has been influenced by a recent automotive business leaders’ survey and a round-table discussion on the subject hosted by Odgers Berndtson.

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Odgers Berndtson Expands Public Sector Team in Canada

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Odgers Berndtson Launches Independent Consulting Division

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Odgers Berndtson See Record Performance for Wales Office

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Odgers Berndtson: Digital Turns Inwards

Despite possessing slick websites, obtuse social media accounts and black turtle neck wearing digital advisers, many large companies have only so far tinkered around the fringes of digital. The current trend by many of running digital transformation programmes demonstrates that it has finally clicked in the boardroom that the impact and opportunities presented by digital touches all parts of the enterprise.

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Odgers Berndtson: Always logged on? Odgers Berndtson FTSE 350 Survey

A combination of information technology and globalisation means there is little if any downtime for today’s business leaders. Most instantly turn to their email the moment they wake up, feel under pressure to work at weekends, and nearly one-fifth are worried by what they don’t know is going on in their organisations. Odgers Berndtson surveyed nearly 300 directors of FTSE 350 companies, both executive and non-executive, on pressures on board members. 
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