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A lack of privacy.

Mitt Romney's "47%" video, Kate Middleton's topless sunbathing photos [safe for work] and Paris Hilton's recent conversation in a cab were private moments that were secretly captured and made public.

 

 
Just as we've done for the past several years, ExecuNet will be back on-site at World Business Forum, live reporting the sharp leadership insight on-stage and backstage for our members. For two days in early October, iconic business and world leaders share their best — and next — practices that help inspire individuals and drive high-performing teams.

 

 
ExecuNet's exclusive Executive Job Creation Index ticked down five points in August to plus five. This is the lowest it has been since last October. This drop reflects the fact that recruiters report only 13 percent of companies will be adding jobs over the next six months, versus 20 percent in our July survey.

 

Published on: Monday, September 17, 2012

Three Things You Can Do to Help Others Find You the Right Job

Posted By: Robyn Greenspan
Filed Under: robyn greenspan, executive job search, networking, resume, connections
 
Looking for a new job? Help someone to help you.

I think we've all been on the receiving end of emails or phone calls from friends, former business colleagues, acquaintances or network connections that are positioned similarly: "I just lost my job. Do you know anyone who might be hiring?"

Or, maybe you've sent some of those messages yourself, and felt satisified that you've deputized an army of job search scouts on your behalf.

Do you really expect to get great results that way?

 

Published on: Friday, September 14, 2012

Moving Beyond Broken Promises and Finding Grace

Posted By: Joseph Daniel McCool
Filed Under: leadership, joseph daniel mccool, engagement, reputation, relationships, promises
 
There really are few faster ways to injure a great reputation — outside of committing a crime or building a career on false education or experiential claims — than to promise what you cannot, or simply fail, to deliver.

Can you remember the last time someone you know promised you something and then failed to deliver? Maybe it was to recognize a good deed you had done on his behalf. Maybe it was in a response to an immediate need or hoped-for outcome. Perhaps it was just a matter of circumstance. When was the last time you promised something you didn't deliver?

 



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