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The successful appointment of a CEO

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The successful appointment of a CEO The business media, analysts, investment funds boards (and those they represent) and of course staff in organisations all have a strong interest in the capabilities and likely success of CEO appointments. CEOs are sourced most usually amongst previous or current incumbents in similar roles external to the organisation, from

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When the platform shifts

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When the platform shifts Achieving standing as a CEO, or as a divisional or function head in a large firm is a terrific achievement. From an outsider’s perspective, the path to this point might look straightforward, but for those in such appointments a great deal has usually been invested into bringing this period of leadership

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Dealing with unease in the face of change

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Dealing with unease in the face of change In many government departments, the cool (perhaps arctic!) breeze of change is in the air. Budget cuts and consolidation is all around. The work of recent months and years can be suddenly sidelined as the time consuming machinery of government process grinds into action – with meeting

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In the period before retrenchment

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Are you going or are you staying? Read how you can navigate through this difficult and emotional time and come out looking professional, composed and in control. In the period before retrenchment

Understanding the territory of the CEO role

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Do you have what it takes to be considered CEO material? This paper discusses the likely career path, and skills and capabilities that will get you there… Understanding the territory of the CEO role

Resilient Leadership – What it takes in tough times

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With on-going cuts in both the private and public sectors, and continual threats of restructuring, mergers, reorganisations and downsizing, many executives are experiencing stress. Resilient Leadership – What it takes in tough times