Navigating the Ethics of AI Coaching – Balancing Technology and Morality

Navigating the Ethics of AI Coaching - Balancing Technology and Morality

The intersection of technology and morality has become an increasingly prominent and complex issue. As we witness the growing prevalence of artificial intelligence (AI) in various aspects of business, one area that demands careful consideration is AI coaching. As we delve into this brave new world of AI-driven coaching, we must navigate the ethical challenges […]

Hiring a leader: Should I DIY it?

Kyrie Irving is one of the best basketball players in the world, yet when he was traded to the Brooklyn Nets, it just didn’t work out. The soccer star Lionel Messi thrived playing for Barcelona for 17 seasons, but his performance was underwhelming for Paris Saint-Germain. These are a few of many examples of athletes unable to transfer […]

Hiring a COO: Combatting the Integrator Blues

Hiring a COO: Combatting the Integrator Blues

If you’re the founder and CEO of a business, you’re likely used to doing everything. If you don’t do it, you imagine it won’t get done (and especially not correctly). However, no one can do everything at once, and there is only so much growth you can achieve when one person wears every hat. Here our […]

Diversity in hiring means embracing remote work

Diversity in hiring embracing remote work

As a recruiter, I’ve encountered many CEOs who speak excitedly about bringing their employees back into the office. “It will increase engagement! Raise productivity! Things will go back to normal!” The problem is, when I talk to many prospective hires, their reaction to full-time in-person work is, “No way.” Over the last few decades, more companies […]

Hiring a Leader: Should I DIY It?

Hiring a leader_should I DIY It

Owners and CEOs who decide to go the DIY route on recruitment for high-level appointments often lack the network to handpick the right candidate or the internal tools to process a large volume of job applicants. Our CEO, Robert Newland, goes into how leaders should honest with themselves about whether they have enough experience—and time—for […]

Non-profit Success: What it Really Takes to Run a Nonprofit

What it really takes to run a nonprofit

Running a non-profit isn’t for the faint of heart or for those seeking a peaceful retirement. It requires an intense dedication to the cause, an ability to navigate complex web of stakeholders, and a readiness to embrace an all-consuming role. More than the challenges of fundraising and governance, non-profit leadership requires a fundamental shift in […]

Where all the good leaders are going—and how to bring them back

Where all the good leaders are going

Much has been said about the impact of the Great Resignation on the hourly workforce, but hourly workers are not the only ones leaving behind jobs where they are overworked and undervalued. Executive leaders are jumping ship, too—a whopping 70% say they are considering quitting their jobs. As a headhunter, I’ve seen this firsthand. Company after company has approached me […]

The Evolving Nature of Leadership

The Evolving Nature of Leadership

As the global business landscape continues to change at a staggering pace, so too does the definition and expectations of leadership. It’s important to understand that identifying and placing leaders who are capable of navigating the complex challenges of the modern business environment is paramount. Here, we look to explore how the notion of leadership […]