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The SWR Group, MitchelLake Group, Technology People, and Novon have launched the DVX Partners network – a full-stack talent collective for the digital age.
SWR GROUP have successfully worked with Boards to place Chief Executive positions.
SWR Group has worked with the following organisations to successfully assist them to identify their next Chief Financial Officer or Financial Controller
SWR GROUP have successfully worked with Chief Executives to place a large number of Deputy Chief Executive/General Manager positions.
SWR Group were appointed by Greater Wellington Regional Council and in particular the Metlink operation to assist them with a major transformational change programme.
In this AESC report, we share with you what they heard from business leaders about their needs today and by 2025.
Organisations are moving away from traditional office environments and toward spaces that mirror how we really work and live.
All great companies have leaders who mentor others. Mentoring is considered to be an essential tool for attaining business goals.
Here’s what you could learn from the C-Level Executives in order to get tapped for senior leadership and strategy positions.
There’s nothing more critical to the success of an organisation than to bring the right leaders on board. The challenge is around how to hire the right leaders.
Diversity not only encourages Organisations to keep the biases aside but also leads to a deeper level of innovation and creativity, increased ability to localise to new markets, and the ability to be adaptable.
Work-life balance is amongst the most challenging aspects of being a Leader. Here are few things that you as a Leader can incorporate to have a steady work-life balance.
A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.