If you’re reading this, chances are you’re a successful executive that has faced and overcome many challenges throughout your career. To continue to build influence effectively, it’s time to start looking at your personal brand. While it might seem daunting, it will pay dividends in the long run. Read on to learn how to master personal branding.
When an executive rejects a job opportunity with your company, it serves as an excellent reminder that candidates aren’t the only ones that need to bring their A-game to the table. In today’s market, executive candidates have a choice of opportunities and a new set of priorities in mind. With a few changes to your approach, executive candidates will be less likely to reject your job offer. Keep reading to learn the five reasons why top executives decline job offers.
When you’re a good leader that wants to become a great leader in your industry, finding a mentor represents a fantastic way to unlock your full potential. But aren’t mentors for people who are still in the beginning stages of their careers? That’s not the case. Regardless of how successful you are, there’s always room for improvement. Continue reading to learn more about the five essential benefits a mentor provides.
Whether you’ve been an executive for a while or just starting in your first leadership position, it’s important to remember that what goes up can also come crashing down. One of the best ways to stay ahead of the game to maximize your leadership potential is to engage the services of an executive coach.
Few things are as important as the accomplishments of your leadership team. This success allows your organization to flourish. When you’re looking to bring a new executive into your company the accomplishments of the candidates represent key points of interest. This blog takes a behind the scenes look at the soft skills leaders utilize to underpin their impressive accomplishments.
Most leaders find steering a company through difficult economic times to be an overwhelming responsibility. This is especially true for executives starting a role at a new organization. If you are in this position, remember that your distinctive accomplishments and experiences will empower you to rise to the challenge. Read this blog for helpful strategies to use your strengths and aptitude to handle this situation.
Searching for the right person to fill an executive role is challenging. Finding the right people at the right time requires much work, planning and preparation. You can’t just post your job listing and expect to see hundreds of applicants interested in working with you. At some point, every CEO or headhunter asks, “What can we do differently this time?” Working with traditional executive recruiting companies might appear to be the best solution for hiring managers who want to hire new executives fast, but does it make sense? As it turns out, there are several reasons traditional executive recruiting companies don’t work for most businesses. Let’s take a closer look at how you can find the right candidate more quickly and efficiently.
Companies that encourage a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels represent the future of work. These companies also know that having a diverse senior leadership team is one of the best ways to bring positive change to corporate hiring practices. While many organizations are starting to work hard to bring more diversity into their senior leadership ranks, there is still more work to do, and it is essential to get started now.
Salary negotiation is a daunting task even for executives. In the executive position, it becomes more complicated as your package comprises compensation, perks, and benefits. It helps if you attempt to measure your development over the years so you have clarity on your market value. Check some tips on executive salary negotiation here.
Contradictory to common belief, conflict is not always bad or something we should avoid, like the conflict or arguments arising in brainstorming sessions. However, a conflict that disrupts the team and hampers productivity is unacceptable. Managing such disagreements can be tricky, especially within a remote team. Explore some ideas to resolve conflict within the virtual team here.
An essential step toward employee retention is creating a work culture that promotes work-life balance. It is crucial to note that a workplace with the right work-life balance ensures business success resulting in higher productivity, better employee engagement, and higher returns. Here we discussed useful measures to foster work-life balance and create an employee-first culture.
Being in an executive position and managing a team can be challenging. Even more so when you’re leading team members who are more knowledgeable and experienced. Luckily, there are key strategies to help manage these relationships effectively and productively. Take advantage of these tips that provide insight on how to lead employees who have more experience than you do.
Siri. Netflix. Tesla. The list goes on and on. The idea of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around for decades. We’ve seen it referenced in pop culture over the years in everything from STAR WARS to the AVENGERS. That said, AI is more than all-knowing robots that provide their human counterparts with assistance and friendship. How can AI reshape your executive team on its current journey to transform organizational leadership? Let’s take a look.
In today’s fast-paced culture, innovation has become a key aspect of survival. Companies that nurture curiosity and embrace experimentation are more agile, adaptive, and impactful. Read this blog to learn how embracing an experimenter’s mindset can grow your company.
You’re getting sleepy, very very sleepy. How many times have you sat in an audience thinking about what to cook for dinner, where to go on vacation, or why the speaker is simply reading their slides. You’ve also sat in an audience eyes wide open, leaning forward, and eager to hear what’s coming next. How do you make sure your public speaking is positively received? Read this blog post for five tips on creating impactful executive speeches.
Maybe it’s time to retire the phrase “executive onboarding” so that it can be replaced with “setting executive hires up for success”. When you click or tap to read this blog post you’ll notice a surprising stat in the opening paragraph. A little twist of language, like we explored above, would turn that stat on its head. What say you?
Companies sometimes believe their best assets are represented by their brands, real estate portfolio, technology, or by a wealth of data on each customer. In reality, the best asset of every company is represented by its employees. Read this blog for insights on how to build and maintain an employee-first culture at your organization.
Start building strong relationships, gain alignment, and make better business decisions. Read this blog to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the critical components involved in creating successful meetings for your leadership team.
Are leaders born or made? It’s always a popular topic of debate. It’s actually a bit of both. At the end of the day, great leadership requires great skills. Those skills need to be consistently nurtured in order to positively impact your effectiveness as a leader of people and your company. This blog helps leaders focus on the seven most important skills executives need to develop in order to achieve success.
Who are you? What makes you stand out from your professional peers? Take a moment out of your day and learn how to link your soft skills to your value proposition in order to create a compelling executive biography that solidifies your personal brand. This blog removes the pain points we all face when tasked with creating our own executive biography.
Now’s your opportunity to learn how to quickly and confidently blog just like a successful CEO blogger. Start blogging today and reap the rewards for yourself and your organization. Blogging enables you to educate your market and employees, build your personal brand, introduce yourself as a thought leader, establish market presence, and to control your media presence.
Losing a superstar employee is never easy. It’s even harder when your organization starts to shed more and more high caliber talent. The world of work continues to evolve for both employees and corporations. This blog explores why workers across the country feel empowered to explore new opportunities and career paths while also addressing critical steps corporations can take to stem the tide of resignations while simultaneously exploring ways to hire today’s future-ready talent.
Your brain processes visual information 60,000 times faster than the text you’re reading right now. That’s an amazing statistic. As an executive, if a mechanism existed to drive corporate growth, productivity, or revenue 60,000 times faster, you’d be all over it in a heartbeat. Now use that same stat and that same enthusiasm to think about how video can further cement your professional brand in the mind of hiring managers. You’re already familiar with using video, we all are after the past few years. Read this blog now and find out how to craft a persuasive video resume.
On the surface, video interviewing is a quick and convenient tool to evaluate executive talent, but it only works if you learn how to overcome the four challenges of video interviewing. An understanding of these challenges will help you rise above them.
Change is constant. We’ve all experienced our fair share over the past few years. Adapting to change helps propel each of us forward in our personal and professional lives. Hiring managers, now’s the time to gain clarity on the top 10 qualities your peers are looking for in today’s future-ready leaders. Read this blog today to learn about the skills your candidates need to properly position your organization for growth.
The time has come for you to ensure that your organization is setting realistic expectations and encouraging positive change through relevant training and leadership support. Here are 5 tips to guide you towards optimizing digital stamina.
The nature of the modern workplace has shifted dramatically over the past few years. The ability to remotely lead an effective team is vital for executives in today’s business environment. Regardless of the size of your remote workforce, here are six tips to help set you up as a proactive and powerful leader.
By following these six tips, it’s possible for any executive to create an impactful resume that grabs the attention of hiring managers, makes it clear why they need you on their team, and how your skills, experience, and accomplishments will directly contribute to company goals and culture.
Difficult decisions are required in order to steer an organization successfully through a crisis. Executive leadership requires special tact, clarity, and courage. What can you do as a leader to help your organization steer its way through the storm? Read this post to find out if you’re ready.
Executives, do you consider yourself to be an active or passive executive job seeker? While there’s no right or wrong answer, you might be surprised how putting in some effort today can make a big impact on your future career trajectory. Now’s the time to start leading yourself to your next opportunity.
Choosing an executive candidate represents a daunting task. No one wants to make a bad hiring decision. Yet, no one can avoid the challenges hiring managers face when it comes to executive recruiting. Take a deep dive on some of the core challenges facing hiring managers in today’s market.
With all of the gains corporations are making by hiring a diverse executive workforce, why has it taken so long? People are at the heart and soul of most everything and a diverse executive suite pays dividends not only for employees but also for the profit margins of corporations. Let’s explore the benefits.
As an executive it’s important to lead yourself to your next opportunity and to be seen as helpful within your professional network. Simply do all the work in the background when you have free time to think about what’s important to you today and what will be important to you in the years ahead.
The massive risk of a “bad hire” is quite prevalent in today’s market, with enormous cost implications for companies looking to hire top talent. The consensus is growing, it’s time to collectively reinvent executive search, embracing adaptability in order to succeed within today’s fast-paced business world.