Geometric appoints executive search firm to find successor to Parpia
Parpia was CEO of the firm from 1994 to 2006. In 2006, he was replaced by Ravi Gopinath, an executive from Tata Consultancy Services.
European executive search firm AIMS lines up India expansion
Started in Vienna in 1992 by five independent partners, AIMS has offices in Delh...
Thrifty Indian startups eye local talent
Gone are the days when bigger e-commerce players would hire vice presidents for Rs 1-1.5 crore plus ...
Executive search industry redesigning business model: Experts
The executive search industry has two major types of practitioners -- the retained search firms and contingency search firms.
WSJ website, NYSE ,United Airlines hit by technical glitches
Separately Wednesday, the New York Stock Exchange suspended trading in all securities after a computer malfunction.
Indian executives now getting equally good opportunities in India as Singapore, Malaysia and Sri Lanka
Indian executives on the boards of foreign companies are paid between Rs 50 lakh and a few crore rupees as annual fees and are expected to attend board meetings once in every quarter.
Top executive search firms hire consultants, beef up teams
DHR International’s Gupta says that his mandate of developing the business would require him to beef up the team and open new offices in other cities.
Odgers Berndtson hires a partner to strengthen its senior management team in India
Odgers Berndtson, one of the world’s largest executive search firms, has announced the appointment of Sandeep Vij as a Partner in the energy, manufacturing and infrastructure practice in India. Sandeep will report to Alasdair Spink, managing director, India.
5 tools that can help team leaders break ice with team mates
Have a customized measuring scale for accurately measuring individual and team performance, eg sales targets, calls per day etc.
Newly promoted to take charge of your initial teammates? Follow these guidelines
As a team leader, your role is not just to pass on instructions from management but also assume ownership for them.
The Contender: Economic value of being humble
The business world is hard enough without tough-talking CEOs, who make it even more difficult.
The Contender: Operational & Financial Engineering skills should co-exist
This is the unfortunate dampener in development of one’s own career. Let us examine the roots of this silo-behavior and find a solution.
As a CEO, you have to love your firm
CEO aspirants should never even in the worst crisis start hating the company or its shareholders. No hate-mails at all.
The Contender: Wanted leaders to resuce during tough times
The sectors such as power, construction and consequently financial services, all have their guns trained for attacking government policy or lack of it.
76% senior executives globally are willing to change jobs immediately for new opportunities: BlueSteps Report
The report also states that more than one third of senior executives expect to transition industries in the next three years.
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