It has become the norm for Boards to plough time and resources into remuneration and its spin-offs.
Talent Management: When it comes to finding tomorrow’s leaders, radical new ways forward will be needed, Amrop’s Günther Tengel advises. The curiosity and motivation of candidates will be decisive.
In today’s turbulent and pressured environments, managers all too frequently find themselves in a metaphorical prison. They slavishly replay old thought patterns, trapped by static world views.
Corporate leadership has to think in much broader terms today – not just about business strategy and people, but also about how those people engage and interconnect.
With trust in business leadership at an all-time low, it’s not surprising that ethics has become such a common word in the lexicon. But what do ‘ethics’ actually mean for you, as a leader?
As anyone who has heard the joke about the consultant and the shepherd knows, professional services firms and corporate organizations often have a love-hate relationship.
Just as a well-run organization has a guiding Mission, so do managers with good Personal Governance. This ‘Life Plan’ is an ongoing project, far-reaching and carefully orchestrated.
The demographic curve is putting a squeeze on the talent pool of young leaders, and conditions in companies are contributing to dissatisfaction, says Amrop executive search consultant Günther Tengel.
As day-to-day listed business announcements reveal unexpected high-profile departures and last-minute recruitment scrambles, how can Nominations Committees take a more robust, strategic and wide-rang
Trust in leadership is an uphill struggle. The business press still carries too many tales of incompetence, negligence or even malpractice.