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Category Archives: Networking
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
Oh there are many more than five things you could do – or refuse to do – that can damage your career. But here are five that in today’s economy, I believe are critically important to every Finance Executive. 1. … Continue reading
According to data by Korn Ferry International’s financial-officer practice … “Between 2010 and 2011, a CFO was almost three times as likely to leave a company when a new chief executive was hired from outside, rather than promoted internally.” I’ll … Continue reading
The words “networking is a verb” were rolling around my head yesterday during a coaching session with one of my clients. It is not at all unusual for me to encounter resistance to networking from my CFO clients. For many, … Continue reading
It truly is a great time to be a Chief Financial Officer. Sure, the pressure is great, but so is the influence. Here’s a quote from “CFO Influence on the Rise” from CFO.com: “ … finance chiefs say their positions … Continue reading
One of the most common negative things I hear from my CFOs when we are creating their strategic job search plan is around networking. Either they don’t have a network, they don’t have time to network, or networking just isn’t … Continue reading
A story on Forbes from back in May this year caught my attention when I read the title … “Should you accept a job that pays half your former salary.” There are some CFOs who are indeed wrestling with that … Continue reading
Is there a difference in the mindset of a candidate who is unemployed and conducting a job search – and – a passive candidate exploring new opportunities? I’d say many times the difference is actually a wide chasm. CFO Innovation … Continue reading