Career Advancement the Smart Way: Why You Need to Partner With an Executive Search Firm

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What do you do for a living? Think about all the years of study and hard work it took to get you there. Now, think about the time you have put into searching for jobs; the hours you spent refining your resume, honing your interview skills and identifying the right opportunities. As a professional, there… Read more »

Three Words an Executive Professional Should Never Say…When a Recruiter Calls

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“I’m not looking.” Why not? Are you perfectly satisfied in your current position and intend to remain in it until you retire? Are you so busy now that you can’t even think about your long-range career plans? Do you have a specific next move lined up and don’t need assistance? Do you believe that you… Read more »

How to Leave a Powerful Lasting Impression When You Resign a Position

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How you leave a job makes a lasting impression on your soon-to-be-former managers and colleagues. You may need a reference from that job at some point – and chances are those you worked with will become a part of your professional network. When you are getting ready to start a new position, be sure to… Read more »

5 Daily Habits of Successful Executives You Should Adopt

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Executives are well known for doing things their own way. They often attribute their success to establishing and maintaining the right habits. Here are a few habits that many executives have in common: Get up earlier. Don’t join the day already in progress. Use the extra time to plan, meditate, exercise, write – whatever makes… Read more »

Keeping Your Network Alive When You’re Not Looking for a Job

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Savvy job hunters incorporate both online and offline networks into their strategy. They attend events and participate in webinars. They arrange informational interviews and interact with alumni, all as a means of networking with as many contacts as possible. Yet once hired, their focus shifts to their new role. While this is natural and important,… Read more »