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Managing the Reluctant Leader

We are all familiar with the enthusiastic go-getters on our team. Those who are earnestly future-focused, intent on being recognized, rewarded and propelled to new heights through sheer determination and self-confidence. 852 more words

Talent Strategy

Time To End Gurkha Recruitment in the British Army?

This is the headline for an article written by Roshan Kissoon on the Dissident Voice website.

I came across this article whilst conducting some research on Gurhka recruitment and selection for a future webpage, and it makes interesting reading (I do understand what the writer is getting at, regardless of whether I agree or disagree with the academic argument put forward). 79 more words

ARTD: Army Recruiting & Training Division

Pick Potential Over Performance When Selecting Future Leaders

The big dogs of the office command attention – they consistently smash targets, and are the darlings of the executive team. But the stars of the office do not always have the leadership potential to advance the company toward future business goals. 526 more words

Talent Strategy

Is Your Leadership Brand Delivering on its Promise?

Many of us are aware of personal branding as a professional development strategy, a concept translated from the world of corporate brands. A personal brand can be defined as one’s unique contribution, reputation, and promise of value. 629 more words

Career Management

Personnel Selection & Social Networking Websites: Recruiters & Applicants have Different Perspectives

Research Paper Title

Social Networking Websites in Personnel Selection: A Signaling Perspective on Recruiters’ and Applicants’ Perceptions.


Industry surveys and media reports suggested that recruiters increasingly used social networking websites (SNWs) in the selection process, but corresponding scientific research is still limited. 135 more words

Recruitment & Selection

Prejudices, Stereotypes & Discrimination: Individual, Group & Social Foundations

I recently read an article by David Amodio (2015), a professor of psychology and neural science at New York University, in the New Scientist writing about prejudices which made for fascinating reading. 300 more words


Mind the Gap - Recruiting for Business Growth

If you and/or your staff are working long hours, turning down contracts, not following up opportunities, then it may be worth thinking about eliciting some additional help?   556 more words

Leadership & Management