Berwick Blog

Are CISOs Straining Under Pressure?

Are CISOs Straining Under Pressure?

Author: Matt Cockbill Date: 23 Jul 2019 Type: Berwick Blog

In an age of extensive data theft and aggressive regulations, the role of the CISO is not one for the faint-hearted. Matt Cockbill, Head of the IT & Digital Leadership Practice at Berwick Partners was recently asked for his opinion on whether he thought CISOs were ‘burning out’.

Categories: IT & Digital Leadership Recruitment

Who’d want to be a CISO?

Who’d want to be a CISO?

Author: Matt Cockbill Date: 08 Jul 2019 Type: Berwick Blog

It’s one of the hottest roles around and if your board isn’t taking information & cyber security seriously, arguably you may need a new board! With breaches rightly under public and legislative scrutiny, combined with a relentless tide of cyber threats, Matt Cockbill, Head of Berwick Partners’ IT & Digital Leadership Practice, explains why strong security leadership is a critical component to business success.

Categories: IT & Digital Leadership Recruitment

Behavioural Economics: You are not as rational as you think

Behavioural Economics: You are not as rational as you think

Author: Basil leRoux Date: 03 Jul 2019 Type: Berwick Blog

The theory that humans are not rational creatures was proven back in the 1970s. Humans have ‘cognitive biases’, showing that that we systematically make choices that defy clear logic. Basil leRoux, Partner and Head of the Human Resources practice at Berwick Partners, discusses the concept of behavioural economics and the impact this can have on business leaders.

Categories: Human Resources Recruitment

The balance of power in an interview

The balance of power in an interview

Author: David Thomas Date: 01 Jul 2019 Type: Berwick Blog

The interview process is an unavoidable part of the recruitment process, but are market dynamics influencing the interview experience? Dave Thomas, a Partner in Berwick Partners’ Manufacturing & Engineering Practice explains.

Categories: Manufacturing & Engineering Recruitment

Feeling jittery ahead of a big event is not unusual at all. Social events, presentations and interviews are just a few examples where the nerves can kick in and throw you off your game. Gin Bhandal, a Principal in our Education Practice explains how you can combat the nerves ahead of a job interview.

Categories: Education Recruitment

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