Not all people are given leadership development opportunities. Here's how Downer New Zealand changed its approach.
The Nobel Prize winners are being announced this week (October 3 to October 13). Svante Pääbo, Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser, Anton Zeilinger and others were conferred with the honour for making an impact in the field of medicine, physics, chemistry, economic science, literature and peace work.
Organisations gearing up for unpredictable times ahead must concentrate on its people -future ready and diverse leaders and upskilled employees to realise their full potential, says Piyush Mehta, CHRO, Genpact.
Gurprriet Siingh, MD, head - assessment, culture and development at Russell Reynolds Associates, tells People Matters how leaders can equip themselves with skills to make M&As successful, what skills are needed when the process in ongoing and then when done, and how M&As impact fates of leaders of both entities.
Board-level attention around corporate sustainability is hitting all-time highs with ESG factors now ranked as ‘very important’ to the enterprise value of a company – in addition to being a force for good in the world, says Stephen Bovis, vice president and managing director South Pacific, Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Leaders must upskill, reskill to stay relevant, competitive, even survive, in post-pandemic world: DDI’s Bruce Watt
In the post-pandemic world, leaders are devising - or will need to devise - ways through which they can better connect with their employees and keep them engaged and at the same time, also ensure certain decisions are relevant from a business point of view, says Bruce Watt, Senior VP at global leadership consulting firm DDI, Europe, India and Australia.
Leaders ought to accept they don't have all the answers, but are willing to listen, learn to drive meaningful change: Microsoft’s Ira Gupta
While every organisation will have to define its unique approach to hybrid work, it will need to be grounded in flexibility, wellbeing and inclusion, in order to empower employees to do their best in a way that works best for them, while balancing business needs and ensuring organisational culture is preserved, says Ira Gupta, Head of Human Resources, Microsoft India.