The path ahead

The path ahead

COVID-19 has undoubtedly presented most businesses with challenges and in some instances, opportunities. From discussions we have had with a range of clients and stakeholders, it seems all organisations and staff have been impacted in some way. I know this may be...
Behaviour – where does it come from?

Behaviour – where does it come from?

Uncovering repeating patterns of behaviour is a key element of our culture fit recruitment and selection process. Identifying these behaviours helps us determine how a person will fit into an existing work culture, and how they react to certain pressures helps us...
Carroll Consulting – 30 years wiser

Carroll Consulting – 30 years wiser

As some of you may have recently seen, Carroll Consulting hit a major milestone on 4 February when we celebrated our 30-year anniversary. With such a significant event upon us, I found myself reflecting on the changes we have seen across the industry in those 30...
The art of storytelling

The art of storytelling

Lately I have been thinking a lot about the skill of storytelling, and how vital it is in every facet of business life, and beyond. Storytelling can be overlooked or taken for granted, but it’s a pivotal skill if you want to convey a message. We need to be clear in...
AI – the brave new future?

AI – the brave new future?

I recently attended the Recruitment and Consulting Services Association (RCSA) Conference on the Gold Coast titled ‘Leadership in a new world of work’. The event also combined the World Employment Conference (WEC), which gave the two-day event a global focus. A key...
How important is the money?

How important is the money?

Sometimes money becomes the centrepiece in the final stages of recruitment. We can get caught up with ensuring the financial offer presented is lucrative enough to get a highly sought candidate across the line. However, I would suggest that money, while important,...