Originally posted here on LinkedIn by Lewis Garrad, Employee Research and Engagement, Growth Markets. It seems very fashionable to make predictions about the future, even though the evidence suggests that most people are rather bad at it. Much of what is written about it is either obvious or complete guesswork. Given that, I thought I would take a stab at
(Spoiler alert: Treat them like customers!) Originally posted on LinkedIn by Lewis Garrad and Susan Haberman, Mercer We can now sell our skilled services to someone who wants to use them via online communities, at the click of a button. The overlap between the skills we have (our product), the ease of sharing online (the marketplace), and the transparency of
Author: Kate Bravery, Partner in Mercer’s Career Business and Global Practice Solutions Leader Originally published on LinkedIn, April 4, 2017 The Benefit of Time in a Time-Challenged World Many of us have personally experienced working over weekends or holidays, or have pulled all-nighters to complete a project on time. For better or for worse, technology allows us to work at
By: Ilya Bonic, President of Mercer’s Career Business This article originally appeared on Brink News, on March 29, 2017. Disruption rules the world of work these days, as technology and demography transform the business models of organizations. For decades, organizations have been fighting the war for talent — yet they’ve taken an incremental, evolutionary approach in the face of revolutionary
This article, also published on LinkedIn, was co-authored by Denise Nichols, Marsh & McLennan’s Global Head of Talent Acquisition, and Ilya Bonic, President of Mercer’s Career business. Denise and Ilya explore what’s changing in the talent market—for companies and the people they are looking to hire—and how businesses must be nimble to keep pace and continue to hire the best
By: Kate Bravery, Partner in Mercer’s Career Business and Global Practice Solutions Leader Originally published on LinkedIn, March 13, 2017 Hope you caught the BBC interviewee being interrupted on air by his children last week (Prof Kelly and his children). This video is now a viral sensation and reminded me of my own reality as a leader with young children.
Originally posted in HQAsia February 27, 2017 Many leaders will have been to enough development courses to know that fairness and responsibility are the basic building blocks of leadership integrity and trust*. Indeed, the importance of these issues is made most clear in situations when they are absent. If you think of the impact of the 2007 financial crisis or