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3 Keys for Navigating the Job Search Maze

Have you ever been, or even felt, utterly lost? A few years ago, 2011 to be exact, I was headed to Phil Campbell, Alabama to help following the E5 tornado that devastated that town. Having never been there before and … Continue reading

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Four Issues That Contribute To An Extended Job Search

You know that old adage … “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”? Such is my perspective on articles and books and courses that are titled something like … “How to Get Your Next Job in … Continue reading

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The Difficult Truth About the Job Search

Searching for a new job is tough. In fact, it might be one of the toughest, and certainly more stressful, things you will do in your career. For CFOs, there is only one position available (sans division or unit roles) … Continue reading

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Job Boards and Senior Executives

Call me cynical but, I saw this tweet … Join this great jobs site… They have thousands of pre-screened 100K jobs – check em out  … and just had to shake my head. Job boards are to job seekers what … Continue reading

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Careers, Finance Executives, and Digital Footprints

Recently I had coaching sessions with two CFO clients who were considering offers. Both indicated the opportunities came to them through their digital footprint.  Last week, my interview on using social media to accelerate your finance career with Mary Ellen … Continue reading

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A No Win Scenario

In yesterday’s coaching session, my client (we’ll call him Jim) told me that, before engaging my services, he received a phone call from a contingency recruiter in California. Jim didn’t know the recruiter, but was told by the recruiter that … Continue reading

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CFOs and Finance Execs Recruiters Really, Really Want

  Are you one? Are you sure? –Do you bring a record of contributions? –Have you led initiatives that positively impacted the bottom line? –Is your value proposition compelling enough that a company will pay to bring you on board? … Continue reading

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Think Like a Recruiter

I had lunch with Doug Franklin, a local recruiter, last week. If you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you know that I love getting into the minds of recruiters … how do they think, what makes them … Continue reading

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Tweets from the Kennedy Recruiting Conference

The Kennedy Recruiting Conference was held in Orlando last week and while I wasn't able to attend, some of the recruiters who tweet kept us updated. Here are some interesting stats tweeted last week: —LinkedIn adds 35,000 new members daily. … Continue reading

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What is Your Soundtrack Playing?

It is hard for many people right now. All the gloom and doom coming from the news media 24/7 is taking a bad situation and making it exponentially worse! Life is about choices. You can choose to obsess about things … Continue reading

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