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Leadership Intel from NZIML: 24 May 2017

Thursday, May 25, 2017   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, leadership, management, Training

Help with interview questions

Interviewing is a fundamental task for every leader. When doing it often it is hard not to turn on the auto-pilot and when you are only interviewing once or twice a year it is difficult to know where to start beyond the basic questions. Your technique needs to include behavioural and practical/technical questions and it is often the behavioural questions that are more difficult to explore.

Find out more about questions you should ask when interviewing.

Operational Leadership programme gets underway

People Leaders' Operational Leadership programme gets underway today at Hanmer Springs, Canterbury. A cohort of senior managers from a diverse range of industries around New Zealand have come together for 2.5 days to learn the value of creating strong business relationships using positive influence, and realising the benefit of investing in the capability of people, processes and systems. The intensive two day curriculum will expose these senior managers to key competencies of operational leadership, transforming strategic priorities into operational plans through clear communication, ownership, process and measures.

Operational Leadership is one of a series of three 2.5 day residential senior management programmes, led by an expert faculty who provide a dynamic curriculum with practical, operational and organisational solutions to meet the demands of our innovative commercial climate.

Find out more about the Operational Leadership Senior Management Programme.

Working from home: health and safety considerations

For many reasons employees are increasingly seeking flexibility in their working arrangements not only in respect of their hours and days of work, but also in the ability to perform their work remotely. Improvements in technology mean that working from home is more manageable than ever before.

Many employers have already begun utilising these arrangements to attract and retain staff and given the respective benefits arising from such arrangements, demand for remote working is likely to increase in the future.

Find out more about the health and safety considerations for staff working from home.

 

View the NZIML Programme Directory.


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