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Category Archives: CFO Careers
Two recent contacts made me think – again – about the perception of “casualness” that pervades social media. There is no question, that social media can create a casual atmosphere, and in some situations it is appropriate and even welcomed. … Continue reading
Imagine that you were finishing up a recruiter interview in anticipation of being moved forward in the interview process for your dream job. It had, in your estimation, gone exceedingly well, and you knew the grilling, I mean interview, was … Continue reading
Or, perhaps better stated, the consequences of throwing out cuss words in a public arena. And while this is my perspective, it’s not just my perspective. Last week a friend of mine mentioned that he attended several business conferences that … Continue reading
You’ve heard that cliché right? You can choose two, but you can’t get all three simultaneously. That’s what popped into my mind as I read an article on some job hunting truths. Those who are in job search mode want … Continue reading
A week or so ago I caught up with one of my recruiter friends and as usual, our conversation turned to what’s happening in the world of CFO recruiting. Since he’s a small boutique recruiter with fingers on the pulse … Continue reading
It’s the new job search game … poach a qualified candidate and then leave the poached company to promote from within. Well, maybe not “new” as much as today it comes with different rules. Take, for example, the recent poaching … Continue reading
Following up on my recent blog post on CFOs being replaceable, I expanded my comments in this month’s column in the Futures in Finance newsletter. You can read the entire article online, but here are a couple of questions I … Continue reading
My annual Career Thought Leaders’ conference was held last week, and as the name implies the leading-edge conference went virtual this year. A first in our industry. The speakers bridged the virtual gap, bringing new insights to the global audience. … Continue reading
Forget resolutions made in a party stupor as you say goodbye to 2012 and welcome a new year with all of its hope and promise. They are rarely stated with any real intent; rarely last more than a few months; … Continue reading