The Financial Times launches a refreshed Executive Appointments section today under new editor Carola Hoyos. The Thursday supplement, a leading recruitment channel for executive level positions in both the private and public sectors, introduces new columns with a focus on recruitment, human resources issues, and non-executive leadership.
Entrepreneur Mrs Moneypenny takes a fresh look at recruitment and organisational behaviour. Her weekly column will appear in print and on www.ft.com/recruit and when it is about women also on the FT’s Women In Business page.
Stefan Stern, Visiting Professor at Cass Business School, returns to the FT with a new column, ‘Stern Words’, focused on board-level issues and the role of the non-executive director.
This week’s edition also launches ‘At Work with the FT’ including a print and video interview with chef Heston Blumenthal from one of The Fat Duck’s test kitchens.
Carola Hoyos said: “This refreshed section gives us the opportunity to explore the important topics of recruitment and leadership in a very readable and interactive way. I am excited to have Mrs Moneypenny and Stefan Stern join Executive Appointments on a weekly basis. Each has a unique voice and many loyal followers who can engage with our team through social media, via the comments box on FT.com and through the FT’s Non-Executive Director Club.”
The FT has a daily print UK readership of 320,000 (FT Average Daily Global Audience, April 2014). The exec-appointments.com website has over 200,000 registered users. Executive Appointments content is available online in the recruitment section of FT.com.
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