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  5 Signs You Might Be A Delusional Executive Job Seeker
by Lisa Rangel - Oct, 2015
Get ready. I'm going to vent. Some of you may even remove me as a LinkedIn connection. I'm ok with that. I'm annoyed at the delusional expectations of some executive job seekers and the infectious negativity they spread by not accepting job-seeking life for what it is. The executive job search is a sales process. It's not an entitlement program. I get it. It's hard. And you think it shouldn't be this ha...
  Executive Challenge: The Climb Back to C-Level
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
Perhaps the only task harder than reaching a C-level position in the first place is recapturing that rank after you’ve had to step down a rung on the corporate ladder. How did this happen to me? One or more factors probably play a key part in this situation, including: • Your company has closed. • Another company acquired yours. • Your management approach clashed with the executive board’s views. As long as you we...
  Good Boss – Bad Boss
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
Probably most of you could agree on some of the characteristics of a good boss or a bad boss, but other elements might well differ depending on your particular perspective. The main thing is that you need to determine what makes a good or a bad boss for you, in order to have a reasonably satisfying and productive experience in your job–now and in the future. What Makes a Good Boss? In my opinion, a good boss needs to fit...
  Job Search Networking–Not Like a Root Canal!
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
So you say you’d rather have a root canal than engage in job search networking? Then you’re probably looking at networking from the wrong angle! As I said a couple of posts ago, networking represents a key element of successful job searching and career management. Also, of course, it’s not just a “when I’m in job-search mode” activity, but rather, something you need to do more consistently than that. The question then becom...
  Network? Oh, No, I Can’t Do That!
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
How do you react when someone tells you that you need to be networking to have a productive job search? Do you say, “Network? Oh, no, I can’t do that!” or just throw up your hands in horror? With all the technology-fueled job search trends around these days, you might think, “Hey, I don’t need to network. I can just put my resume online and email it to people.” Sorry, but you can’t get out of it that easily. Technology can...
  Stress in Your Job Search–and Beyond
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
A while ago I published a post about experiencing stress on your new job. Today I came across a post about “Top 10 Ways to Help You Stay Calm under Pressure” that I felt could be helpful if you’re experiencing stress and pressure either during your job search or after you land the new job. (I found this post via a an item shared by Edward Harrison, a member of the LinkedIn group, Top Leaders/Executives, which I also belong to....
  The “Smart Creative” – Creating a Culture of Problem Solving
by Alexandra Levit - Oct, 2015
Innovative companies, it turns out, are mostly built by one type of employee. Google exec Eric Schmidt is famous for pioneering a very particular hiring process at the tech behemoth. In his book, How Google Works, Schmidt lays out his vision of the ideal Google employee. Called the “smart creative,” this employee represents the future of high performing knowledge workers. Loads of organizations are trying to emulate Goog...
  This Simple Psychological Trick Will Transform Your Terrible Networking Skills
by Melody Wilding - Oct, 2015
As young professionals, we’re taught to network like our careers depend on it. Your professional network can open just about any door. All we have to do to capture that holy grail of networking is put ourselves out there, and then we’re golden. We’re told to just “start networking,” but in reality it’s never that simple. When you’re new to the professional networking scene, figuring out how exactly to create meaningful conn...
  What Can You Do for Us?
by Georgia Adamson - Oct, 2015
You’re probably familiar with the old principle of WIIFM–What’s In It For Me? On the other hand, how often do you think about WIIFU–What’s In It For Us? Maybe not often enough. Employers’ Perspective is Critical If you haven’t put the needs of potential employers at the top of your list when creating your professional resume or preparing for a full-out job search, you could be wasting your time–and theirs. Most employers...
  What’s Hot in Millennial Trends? 5 Resources — And a Bonus — to Keep You in the Loop
by Lindsey Pollak - Oct, 2015
The world changes fast, and people often ask how I stay on top of millennial workplace trends. The short answer is I that read and talk to people. A lot. While I try to take a really broad approach to my subject area, I definitely have some go-to sources that I rely on regularly. If you’re interested in keeping your finger on the pulse of the next generation of employees and leaders, check out these top picks: YPulse...
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