The war for leadership talent, combined with pressure on executive compensation packages, is a challenging mix for hiring organizations. Meanwhile, cases of reckless risk-taking driven by dysfunctional motivation have damaged the reputation of many top managers and the organizations they lead. This kind of risk-taking has led to a re-thinking of executive compensation. Could we see these phenomena as an opportunity to unleash the potential of non-financial motivation?Czytaj więcej
Leaders For What's Next
Amrop doradza najbardziej dynamicznym i zmieniającym się organizacjom na świecie w identyfikacji oraz poszukiwaniu Liderów Przyszłości – gotowych na zmiany i posiadających doświadczenie w pracy na rynkach międzynarodowych. Działając z ponad 80 biur, Amrop jest jedną z największych na świecie organizacji partnerskich executive search.
Just as a well-run organization has a guiding Mission, so do managers with good Personal Governance. This ‘Life Plan’ is an ongoing project, far-reaching and carefully orchestrated. It serves as a common thread, a ‘leitmotiv’, to guide, motivate and inspire executives through uncertainty and change, success and opportunity. As a personal, core Mission, its translation into action needs regular monitoring.Czytaj więcej
As cave dwellers, co-operation improved the chances of our survival as a species, so the instinctive tendency for co-operation is deeply embedded in our brains. If this is the case, then why is co-operation sometimes so difficult to establish? In this article, Amrop guest writer Dr. Tara Swart takes a look at the neuroscience of business. How can its insights explain and optimize our interactions with stakeholders?Czytaj więcej
For a relationship between a hiring company and an executive search firm to bring sustainable added value, trust is essential to secure the expectation that a promise will be delivered upon. What trust-building attitudes and actions should we cultivate? We examine the senior executive search path - from foundation, to offer.Czytaj więcej