Today, The Australian, together with CEW, has published a special edition of The DEAL.
The theme of this year’s publication is Emerging Leaders and the 56 page magazine includes many CEW members, CEW Connect members and CEW sponsors. Enjoy the digital version and pick up a hard copy of The Deal today.
CEW is grateful for the generous support of many of its sponsors, who have also participated in the publication through advertising. Their creativity and financial contribution has added enormously to the impact of the magazine and has enabled The Australian to donate more than $40,000 to CEW to assist programs for emerging leaders again this year.
We encourage you to support CEW this year by sharing the publication links among your networks, through your organisation’s channels and on social media using the hashtag #thedeal #emergingleaders and @CEWAus.
Career Money Life is proud to be a Supporting Partner of the 2017 MBTI® Conference, Grow: innovating people development, hosted by CPP – The Myers-Briggs® Company.
Join industry experts and peers for a dynamic and interactive 1-day MBTI® learning event in Melbourne on 17 November 2017.
Our 2017 MBTI® Conference will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
At this special event, you will hear from inspirational thought leaders and experts in the fields of talent management, leadership development, organisational development, human resources and training.
- Business Leaders
- HR / L&D / OD Professionals
- Executive Coaches
- Career Counsellors
- Learn how to further enrich your individual, team and organisational development initiatives
- Hear about practical activities that you can use within your own organisation
- Take advantage of the numerous networking opportunities with your peers and industry leaders
- Use this special event to support your own personal growth
Learn more about the event here.
This article is originally published in the New York times.
Adam Bryant has interviewed 525 chief executives through his years writing the Corner Office column. Here’s what he has learned.
This article is written by Marcel Schwantes, Principal and founder, Leadership From the Core and is first published in Inc.com. View the original article here.
Most companies rely on the traditional in-person job interview to make hiring decisions. But I’m here to tell you, it doesn’t work. In fact, it’s a terrible tool.
Here’s why: 81 percent of people lie during the interview. No joke, 81 freaking percent!
That’s according to Ron Friedman. He is an award-winning social psychologist and the author of The Best Place to Work, which should get on your Amazon wish list.
Friedman says we are creating a condition where people are being dishonest because, well, plain and simple, it’s the only way for them to get a job.