As cave dwellers, co-operation improved the chances of our survival as a species, so the instinctive tendency for co-operation is deeply embedded in our brains. If this is the case, then why is co-operation sometimes so difficult to establish? In this article, Amrop guest writer Dr. Tara Swart takes a look at the neuroscience of business. How can its insights explain and optimize our interactions with stakeholders?Czytaj więcej
Leaders For What's Next
Amrop doradza najbardziej dynamicznym i zmieniającym się organizacjom na świecie w identyfikacji oraz poszukiwaniu Liderów Przyszłości – gotowych na zmiany i posiadających doświadczenie w pracy na rynkach międzynarodowych. Działając z ponad 80 biur, Amrop jest jedną z największych na świecie organizacji partnerskich executive search.
The war for leadership talent, combined with pressure on executive compensation packages, is a challenging mix for hiring organizations. Meanwhile, cases of reckless risk-taking driven by dysfunctional motivation have damaged the reputation of many top managers and the organizations they lead. This kind of risk-taking has led to a re-thinking of executive compensation. Could we see these phenomena as an opportunity to unleash the potential of non-financial motivation?Czytaj więcej
In the third article in our series ‘Leadership and the Brain’, Amrop guest writer, neuroscientist Dr. Tara Swart, shares some intriguing and effective ways to lift our business brains from bronze, to silver, to gold-medal standard. If, in the corporate world, high-calibre self-awareness and self-belief are increasingly valued, how can we maintain - or improve - our brain fitness?Czytaj więcej
Whether you are a senior executive facing your first months in a critical role, or a key internal stakeholder in an incoming leader's transition process, Amrop invites you to explore the emotional landscape facing every new entrant, and discover some keys to its successful navigation.Czytaj więcej