Executive Update

Executive Update eNewsletter

The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 1st April 2011

In this issue

The success of the largest event ever staged in  NZ – the Rugby World Cup 2011 – will hinge on all of us being great hosts says CEO Martin Snedden… workplace survey shows that nearly 80% of us would relocate for the “right job”… there’s an opportunity to secure an all expenses paid trip across the Tasman to hone your management  skills … and medical evidence highlights the danger of spending too much time at your desk…
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NZ Inc’s Big Test

This year’s Rugby World Cup will be “hell of lot more than just rugby tournament”, says Martin Snedden, the leader charged with the challenge of making the event an outstanding success.
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More workers willing to globetrot

Further confirmation – if any was needed – that we operate in business environment with an increasingly transient workforce comes from survey released this week by workforce solutions company Kelly Services which shows that more than three-quarters of New Zealanders would be willing to relocate for the right job. What’s more, many would be prepared to move to another country in order to secure their preferred position.
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Hone your management skills across the Tasman

Applications are being sought from individuals in management or leadership role for the 2011 NZIM Foundation Management Study Scholarships which will provide seven-day study tour to Sydney from June 5-11, 2011.
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Get up from your desk!

Doctors are urging regular breaks after New Zealand study found three-fold increase in the risk of blood clots for those who sit at computers or work desks for prolonged stretches. Those who sat for 10 hours or more day at desk or computer and those who sat for more than two hours without break were found to be more at risk of life-threatening clots in the form of either deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or pulmonary embolisms (PE). 
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Identifying our most reputable organisations

NZ Management magazine and global management consultancy Hay Group are launching this year’s searc

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