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No matter how old you are, you should already be planning for your succession. Here are some tips for developing your succession plan.
Many CEOs are rethinking the role of physical office space. How should companies approach at-home and in-office work in the post-pandemic era?
There is a great deal of talk about diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in today’s corporate circles. Although many companies have recruitment programs to encourage diversity in the workplace,
A 360-degree review means that managers are evaluated not only by their bosses but also by various collaborators both within and outside of the company: employees, coworkers, partners, clients, etc.
A new study by McAfee reveals that, in 2019, cybercrime was responsible for more than $1 trillion in losses worldwide, a 50% increase from 2018. And since the start of the pandemic alone, cybercrime incidents have jumped by 300%.
Behind every successful company, there are top-performing, engaged employees. Are you wondering how to motivate employees as a manager?
At PIXCELL, we have been called both an executive search consultant and a headhunting firm. However, in practice, these terms refer to two distinct recruitment approaches.
Events as destabilizing as a pandemic cause a lot of anxiety among employees. Is the company strong enough to weather a downturn? Will I be just as productive with this change? Will I lose my job? In fact,
An executive CV is far more than a summary of a candidate’s experience, accomplishments and skills for a position. It is a veritable advertising tool that makes it easier to market your brand: you. And as with all effective advertising, you need to reach your audience by sending the right messages.
Digital transformation means more than just automating processes or digitizing essential information. It is a strategy that allows small businesses and multinationals alike to improve their performance and customer experience and generate new revenue streams.
For most executives, their direct reports are not regular employees but managers. Executives rely on their managers to implement the company’s vision, goals, and strategies as well as to manage all the employees they supervise.