Tips For Working With Recruiters What should I expect from my third party recruiter who is working with our organization on a “contingency basis”? There is a fundamental difference in terms of “scope of work” when you consider engaging a recruiter on a “contingency” versus “retained” basis. If you have chosen to “retain” a recruiter, […]
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Often, we are approached by senior leaders who have reached a point in their career where they are either taking “early retirement” or wanting a significant change. For years, they have developed so many skills and abilities and yet, they do not feel fulfilled in what they are doing. Some may have been “squeezed out” […]
F.E.A.R. (False Expectations Appearing Real) can be a big deterrent when it comes to self-career management. It is never easy to deal with change and it is particularly stressful when it comes to your career. Many people put so much pressure on themselves to have everything “absolutely in order” before they make up their minds […]
What to do when a co-worker is making suggestions for you and your career?
Many times, we are approached by the parents of recent grads and asked if we can assist them. Too often we have found that the parents really want us to re-affirm what they have been telling their son or daughter all along. While that type of career coaching might seem the right thing to do […]
There are so many options when it comes to recruiting. Many organizations are really good at utilizing on line resources to attract qualified candidates. They are particularly good at crafting awesome postings which appear to drive traffic to their website. The only problem is… they are still not finding the “right” candidate for their openings. […]
This happens all too often to candidates who are moving to a new career opportunity. Here’s why it happens. First of all, employers are not good at keeping the lines of communication open with their existing employees. Without specific conversations concerning an employee’s career options, people are left to tell the story on their own. […]
If you are good at what you do… expect to get calls from recruiters. When you do get calls, here’s what you should expect. The recruiter should be very professional and identify themselves as a recruiter. They should not be on the phone “selling you” anything. However, they should be taking the time to find […]
Many of our clients have been asking this question. Let’s examine the benefits of either option. First of all, if you are hiring from within, it sends a message to your employees that your organization is serious about career planning and succession. It shows you value the investment the employee has made in their career […]
Here are some quick tips… Do your homework…what do you know about the company you are being interviewed by? Remember as a leader you need to use “we” more than you do “I” especially if you are being considered for a leadership role! No one person can make changes – you need to be able […]
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