The case for white box AI

As AI’s power grows, humans need to be kept in the loop, say Terence Tse, Emily Liao, Danny Goh and Mark Esposito READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION There is no doubt that the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) can make our lives easier. However, the benefits of AI adoption are accompanied by many new … Read more

The GC Index People Leader Series meets…Polisher-Game Changer, Yvette Janse van Rensburg

In this edition of The GC Index People Leader Series John Franklin-Hackett, Founder and CEO at Franklin-Hackett Ltd talks to Yvette Janse van Rensburg, Talent Resourcing Manager at CBRE Global Workplace Solutions about what it is to be a leader and how her natural proclivities support her in a leadership role.   Yvette, your main … Read more

New issue of Dialogue – available now!

CLICK HERE TO READ THE NEW ISSUE   Sometimes, as the old adage has it, you can’t see the wood for the trees. It’s a point that comes to mind when contemplating the future of healthcare, which is our Focus theme for this issue of Dialogue. For most of 2020, it has been impossible to … Read more

Keeping one eye on the long term

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION Camelia Ram looks at how leaders can stay focused on long-term goals in the face of short-term shocks When we make any decision, we are trying to bridge the gap between a current state and some state in the future which we want to be true. The space between those … Read more

How to use self-talk as self-care

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION Conflict management skills can help you conquer stress and anxiety. Deborah Grayson Riegel explains Stress and anxiety at work and in life are to be expected. They are even necessary: healthy levels of stress can help us set clear goals, prioritize tasks, and improve our overall performance. However, too much … Read more

Don’t be blind to how the climate affects your bottom line

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION Jim N R Dale says it’s time to get weather-savvy We live in strange and often disturbing times as far as weather and the climate are concerned. Unchecked wildfires, devastating floods, catastrophic droughts, unprecedented heat and uncommon freezes have all come to the global fore in the past few years. … Read more

Having the guts to lead

Leaders can optimize their energy and resilience by eating the right foods On a day-to-day basis, your gut may be the furthest thing from your mind. But in a quite literal way, as an increasing body of scientific research now shows, it is connected to your mind in profound ways. In anatomical terms, the brain … Read more

Prioritise developing talent in the knowledge economy

READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION Leaders’ first priority should be developing their teams. Angela Lane and Sergey Gorbatov explain why In 1999, Peter Drucker made a prediction: “The most valuable assets of the 20th-century company were its production equipment. The most valuable asset of a 21st-century institution… will be its knowledge workers and their productivity.” … Read more