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Creating Your Movie Trailer

By | May 13th, 2013|Career Transition, Executive Search|

Blog from our global partner: by Travis Jones A few years ago I had the chance to co-produce a full-length family film called Treasure Blind. We wanted the opportunity to show our movie at a number of film festivals so we produced a trailer that we hoped would grab the attention of the hosts. As [...]

Revisit Your Corporate Retirement Strategy – NOW!

By | April 22nd, 2013|Career Transition, Management Consulting|

Blog from our global partner Have the bad economy and the associated belt-tightening, layoffs, and furloughs totally distracted you from the impending crisis you were thinking about a couple of years ago? How will your company fare if and when the economy recovers and an avalanche of baby boomer retirements occurs? Do you have any [...]

Keeping CONTROL after an interview

By | April 15th, 2013|Career Transition, Executive Search|

Blog from our global partner: by Jim Davidson Preparation for an interview is often exhausting! After all the networking is done to connect to the hiring manager, you hear that there is a position that you are qualified for and begin your research and preparation for the big day. You review the company information on [...]

Career Transitions – An Event or a Process?

By | March 21st, 2013|Career Transition|

Blog from our global partner: by John Myers Gone are the days of an employer/employee loyalty to each other. Gone is the 25 year pin. Gone are the days when job movement was a negative on your resume (although too much can still be an issue). Gone are the days when search firms would not [...]

Career Transition – The Other Side

By | March 8th, 2013|Career Transition|

Blog from our global partner: by Sherry Knight Much has been written about the effect of losing one's job on the affected individuals, namely the employees (or ex-employees), but what of the managers and team leaders charged with delivering the unpleasant news? As the "bad guy," there is not a lot of sympathy reserved for [...]