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How do high potentials find a job in Germany – 4/5: Apply for a job

Antje | Rabenalt

How to apply for a job? Remember: Your application has just 90 seconds to generate attention. That’s why you prepare for this moment very carefully.
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How do high potentials find a job in Germany – 2/5: Large vs. small & medium companies

Antje | Rabenalt

We make a distinction in Germany between large companies and medium and small ones. You should do that as well. Why is this important for you?

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The Manager of the Future – 7: Summary

Fiona Elsa | Dent & Vicki | Holton

The areas described in earlier parts of this series offer a number of ideas that can help create more effective organisations and more efficient staff.
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The Manager of the Future – 5: Key Issue Leadership

Fiona Elsa | Dent & Vicki | Holton

The survey findings indicate that leadership is rated highly – both with regard to the line manager and top leaders of the organisation. This is clearly good news that would please any organisation.
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The Manager of the Future – 3: Key Issue Change

Fiona Elsa | Dent & Vicki | Holton

For many businesses it is the strategy, marketing vision, financial plans, customer alignment and future product development which set the pace and direction for success. However, what our findings illustrate is that other important areas also make a difference. leadership01
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How do high potentials find a job in Germany – 3/5: Searching for a Job is a job itself

Antje | Rabenalt

Searching for a Job is a job itself. That means you need to research, read, and connect. Take your time and think long term.

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How do high potentials find a job in Germany – 1/5: Find out, what you want

Antje | Rabenalt

When I first met Thomas four years ago, I met a very clever but desperate young man in his early 30s. Be it mathematics or physics, Thomas seemed to be able to do anything. But he didn’t. Why?

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The Manager of the Future – 6: The role of the Manager

Fiona Elsa | Dent & Vicki | Holton

So much has changed over the years with regard to the manager’s role. Partly this is because of the increased complexity of business life, especially for those who work in multinationals and the global environment. But time has also changed the skills that managers need.
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The Manager of the Future – 4: Key Issue People

Fiona Elsa | Dent & Vicki | Holton

There are a number of positive highlights with regard to people issues in the survey. The majority of managers say that top leaders in their organisation value their contribution. This also is true with regard to their line manager.
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The Manager of the Future – 2: 4 key issues from the survey

Fiona Elsa | Dent & Vicki | Holton

We believe that the implications of our findings highlight some key topics which are important to all organisations and these are discussed in the rest of this section. Some recommendations are also included.
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