Leaders For What's Next

Amrop advises the world’s most dynamic, agile organizations on identifying and positioning Leaders For What’s Next - adept at working across borders, in markets around the world. Operating through more than 80 offices, Amrop is one of the world’s largest retained executive search partnerships.

Mining: Quest for Talent

As the global economy emerged from the 2009 landslide, business re-engineering, mothballing mining plant and equipment, restricting mining to high-grade areas, restructuring and retrenchments were the order of the day to reduce costs and adapt to the lower-price environment. Still, the mining industry contributed substantially to the GDP in the countries where it represents a vital industry.

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Personal Governance III

With trust in business leadership at an all-time low, it’s not surprising that ethics has become such a common word in the lexicon. But what do ‘ethics’ actually mean for you, as a leader? In Part 3 of our series, we take a journey into the Second Principle of Personal Governance. In this tour of the often-confusing ethical landscape, we provide signposts for Leaders who are seeking to do – and be – ‘the right thing’.

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Personal Governance 5

Recent months have seen at least three cases of CEOs suffering the physical effects of overload – a heart attack, an on-stage collapse, hospitalization for severe pneumonia. All were aged under 60, as was the former Chief Executive of a major insurance company, who took his own life following his resignation.

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Personal Governance 8 - Principle 7: Reputation

Managers with good Personal Governance carefully cultivate their personal reputation, and by association, the reputation of their organization. Doing so has never been more critical.

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