Published on: Wednesday, April 18, 2012
In ExecuNet's recent executive job market intelligence survey, nearly 2,600 corporate leaders told us what they really needed to do to get to the next level in their careers.
The responses ranged from "nothing" to specific recommendations for the President of the United States. And while I haven't done a full analysis on this portion of the data, it seems many answered from a place of internal locus of control
, whereby one is responsible for taking the necessary actions to create their own success. As examples:
Published on: Monday, April 16, 2012
Every manager — from the CEO down — has to focus on continually reducing complexity, and this senior technology executive asked his peers in ExecuNet's General Management Roundtable how their companies were managing complexity in today's fast-changing environment.
Published on: Thursday, April 12, 2012
Some who were unemployed during the last few years chose to use that time to pursue additional education, hoping the degree would accelerate their job search or enable a career change.
Published on: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
A monthly ExecuNet survey of executive recruiters finds that more than one quarter of them expect employers will leverage the current economic climate by adding new executive management roles over the next six months.
In March, ExecuNet's monthly Executive Job Creation Index (EJCI) reached +19, its second-highest level since June 2011. Further, the 27 percent of companies expected to add new executive management jobs was also the second highest rate registered since June 2011.
Published on: Tuesday, April 10, 2012
A few months after losing my beloved dog, Moca, of 12 years, I began looking for another companion. A friend who worked with a shelter in Puerto Rico sent me some pictures, and I was immediately drawn to Hope, a year-old mix recovering from an injury it was believed she incurred during her time spent abandoned on the streets.
When I met her, she took a few steps toward me and fell, and then never seemed to fully regain her footing. We thought it was due to her long trip, nervousness and new surroundings, but she didn't improve when we got her home.
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