A thought-provoking 1-hour session to help you prepare, on December 02 at 2 pm CET with Borderless.Live in association with NotActivelyLooking. Our experts Founding Partner of Borderless, Els De Cremer, and Career Transitions Coach and Executive Advisor, Renu Hangreefs-Snehi, will help you get ready for the next phase of your next life and career. They will help you uncover Who you are, your personal purpose, your definition of success, your brand, and whether you are well-positioned for the move.
Building a personal brand strategy, from very early on in your career, will help you design a well-thought-through career path for yourself, putting you in control of your destiny, your story. It will serve as the moral compass to differentiate between what’s urgent and what’s important.
What if a company built each component of its product from scratch with every order, without any standardized or consistent parts, processes, and quality-assurance protocols? Chances are that any CEO would view such an approach as a major red flag preventing economies of scale and introducing unacceptable levels of risk—and would seek to address it immediately. Yet every day this is how many organizations approach the development and management of artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics in general.
Rising polarization is unlikely to disappear anytime soon, and it can have severe ramifications for businesses, whether they take a public stance or not. However, by taking a selective and strategic approach, CEOs can reduce the harm of polarization first within their own companies.
The marketplace for talent has shifted. You need to think of your employees like customers and put thoughtful attention into retaining them. This is the first step to slow attrition and regain your growth curve. And this does not happen when they feel ignored in the fever to hire new people or underappreciated for the effort they make to keep business moving forward. They need to be seen for who they are and what they are contributing, and leadership needs to ensure this is happening. The authors offer four steps for leaders to take.