A career is just one part of life, one of its many roles. And we know that life is rarely a freeway without bends, bumps, or obstacles - it’s a winding and complicated road.
When we reach the summit of our career, we feel a sense of completeness and accomplishment. It dawns on us that we’ve finally achieved everything we aspired to.
Maria da Glória Riberio, Managing Partner of Amrop Portugal, has spent two decades interviewing and learning from business leaders.
If ‘I am my biggest project’, and other people are affected by its outcomes, I’d do well to know myself. But building this relationship is a lifelong exercise.
When it comes to senior talent management and board composition, why do we think of ‘old’ age the way we do?
Any credible career should follow an uninterrupted, upward trajectory, or so the assumption goes.
Günther Tengel, Managing Partner of Amrop Jenewein in Austria, discusses traditional job descriptions and the question of whether the system of the working world is toppling, or evolving in a relative
More senior executives than ever are taking the opportunity to ‘rebrand’ themselves. In the past, that meant a visit to a stylist and a new mantra to practice in front of the mirror.
Far from playing catch-up with India’s policy framework, India’s education sector is ahead of the game.
Whether you are a senior executive facing your first months in a critical role, or a key internal stakeholder in an incoming leader's transition process, Amrop invites you to explore the emotiona