Many experienced executives may already have noticed that the traditional models of leadership are changing. Our world is rapidly moving on, and as a result, business leaders need to adapt to create and maintain a stable economy, and to ensure decisions work not only for the business, but for everyone around us them and the environment.
If you read our blogs regularly, you’ll probably know that Pure is a real supporter of employee engagement. It works for everyone – it adds to the bottom line while giving people a great place to work.
Appointing a new director is a significant investment; you need a recruitment consultant who is able to ease the pressures of making a senior appointment, while developing an understanding of your business, culture, organisation objectives and applying their market insight in their search.
Applying for your first non-executive role can be a minefield and it’s so easy to become discouraged. I know so many dynamic, brilliant women who have tried and given up applying for board roles or public appointments because they have been rejected one or more times and believe they are not good enough. This is almost certainly not true.
The topic of keeping younger employees, or Millennials, engaged at work seems to have become hot issue lately. And there’s very good reason for it!
Since launching in late 2013, Pure’s Women’s Leadership Programme has become a popular course for aspirational female professionals across the East of England.
Pure is the very proud sponsor of the ‘Employer of the Year’ award at the Cambridge Evening News Business Excellence Awards. And as the big night approaches on Thursday March 19th we think now is a good time to look at tips on how to be a great employer!
Do you have a corporate partnership with a charity? That’s fantastic! We’re sure you’ve got lots of exciting plans to make the partnership a roaring success.
If you ever question whether you are successful as a good employer and that your engagement strategy is working well, Pure can give you guidance to help you identify some of the typical signs.