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Category Archives: Recruiters
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
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
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
The AESC State of the Executive Search Industry Report for 2012 was just recent released. And, it contained some encouraging news for Chief Financial Officers and other C-suite executives. “Despite the number of new executive search mandates falling 7.1 per … Continue reading
Whether you know it or not, you do have a story. So then the question becomes, are you telling it or is someone else telling it from their perspective? Your story I often tell prospects … it’s not what you … Continue reading
As a follow-up to my last blog, CFOs and Linkedin, the Evolution, let’s look more closely at the questions I posed from the perspective of making a conscious decision to use Linkedin to proactively guide your executive career. – How … Continue reading
There was an interesting – and very important – post in the CFO Careers group on Linkedin this week. If you are a Chief Financial Offer and you are not in my private and exclusive CFO group but would … Continue reading
If you ask most executives, I think the most common answer to that question would be “necessary evil.” But are they evil? Are they necessary? My answers are no – and yes. How you answer the above questions may depend … Continue reading
A recent article in Bloomberg begins … Headline: “Wellpoint is committed to keeping management, CFO says.” Opening sentence: “Two weeks after Angela Braly was forced out as Wellpoint Inc. (WLP) chief executive officer, the management team she put in place … Continue reading