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The remarkable rise of women in politics shows that it is time for a different style of leadership, says Rosie Bailey, who provides five actions for HR practitioners. The rise of women in political leadership roles is a tell-tale sign that the glass ceiling has...

In the last couple of weeks I have taken you through my recipe for becoming an incredibly successful HR Business Leader which can be viewed as: “Building on an impeccable reputation a successful HR Business leader combines business and people fore-sights/insights to effectively implement innovative...

Ever since I studied renowned humanist psychologist Carl Rogers’ groundbreaking work on empathy during my Master’s degree program in Marriage and Family Therapy, I was deeply struck by the power of empathy to improve lives, build meaningful connections, and develop leaders....

Talent development today is a highly complex, multi-faceted field that is changing at the speed of light, with new and emerging technology innovations and tools, research and approaches rapidly shifting how we lead, develop and measure performance of our teams and our talent....

Written by: Mindy Hall - entrepreneur.com When a company launches, everyone wears many hats. The CEO may make sales calls and develop products and the CFO may handle HR and order office supplies. The marketing, sales and product teams may all be one and the same. Everyone feels...

Written by: Richard Feloni - businessinsider.com.au Since joining Google as its senior vice president of People Operations in 2006, Laszlo Bock has seen the company transform into a powerful global company, growing from 6,000 employees to nearly 60,000. With his team, Bock developed management strategies to make...

You can't be a great company without great leaders, and even the best leaders aren't immortal. Sooner or later (and probably sooner) you'll need to replace them. Is your company ready? Many aren't. That's one insight from Workforce 2020, a global survey by Oxford Economics...