With increasing globalisation, widespread migration and a talent shortage generating competition to attract, motivate and retain the best people, diversity should be top of mind for organisations.
We all work in a world defined by rapid change and increasing competition. Technology, dynamic markets and economies, changing demographics, talent shortages, increasing customer sophistication and the “rise of the individual” are all shaping the workplace. As a result, organisations need leaders with the competencies that allow them to create and maintain a competitive advantage.
Heightened financial pressures, volatility, intense competition, rapidly changing technology and increased customer sophistication present major challenges for organisations. To succeed, organisations need to be able to make sounddecisions to change and must manage change competently.
Unleashing the full potential of the workforce is critical to the success of high performing organisations. To compete and win in today’s economy, organisations need to create an effective career management strategy that can optimise their employees’ ability not only to achieve, but to exceed, organisational goals.
Organisational effectiveness is critical to success in any economy. To achieve increased and sustainable business results, organisations need to execute strategy and create an environment for high employee engagement. To understand more about the elements of an effective organisation and their connection to productivity, Right Management conducted a study of 7,310 employees in ten major industry sectors across Australia and New Zealand in 2012.
High potential leaders, or HIPOs as they are sometimes called, are individual contributors or managers who could perform successfully in leadership roles that are one to two levels above their current roles, ideally over the next two to five years.
The data was collected though a quantitative survey of over 1,439 CEOsand human resource professionals from 707 organizations across theglobe to learn more about their companies’ leadership developmentpractices. Surveys were completed between April and September 2010.The organizations ranged in size from fewer than 500 employees to over100,000 employees with revenues from less than 25 million U.S. dollars toover 10 billion U.S. dollars. Industries represented varied between public,private and government sectors.
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