Management March 2015


What global CEOs think

Fewer global CEOs than last year think global economic growth will improve over the next 12 months, although confidence in their ability to achieve revenue growth in their own companies remains stable.

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Work those strengths

It may be much more impactful to identify the five or six areas in which you are most talented and to find a way to leverage these, rather than look to develop areas in which you are not naturally gifted, says Douglas Lang

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The art of constant correction

The habit of constant correction allows us to drive greater performance and results, over an extended period of time, with smaller and more realistic actions that we can improve on without it appearing a significant leap or change, says Fiona Hewitt.

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On board the business of hope

More and more companies are making a conscious effort to put sustainable practices into action and more and more consumers really care about conscious capitalism. Here is what one charity is achieving with the help of both large and small New Zealand businesses.

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Management March 2015

Cover Story
Building vibrant new communities
Simon Challies, Ryman Healthcare’s managing director, has a straightforward management philosophy and it’s doing him proud.

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