The Executive's Guide to Job Searching During a PandemicFrom Dubai, Singapore, Houston, to Halifax, the number-one question I’m asked during executive coaching calls is, “Is it the right time to change jobs?” The answer to is complicated—there so many variables to consider. So, I put together this guide to searching ...

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Salary Negotiation Chances are you’ve not had to negotiate a starting salary for a long time—potentially never if you’ve been rapidly promoted and repeatedly recruited throughout your career. Starting from ground-zero in the salary negotiation process can be daunting for even the most business-savvy executive. This guide will familiarize you with ...

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Job interviews can be a delicate dance, like the Texas Two-Step, where the wrong move can land you square on your partner’s toes. Ensuring that you make the right moves involves preparation for a meeting that can impact your family’s future lifestyle and your peace of mind.What I hear time ...

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If you are invited to job interviews time and again, but are not getting job offers, you may want to examine your body language. This is the story of Mercedes, a skilled former chief editor for a specialized trade magazine. Mercedes moved to the northeast to accommodate her husband’s career ...

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Do you ever wonder what information the job interviewers are looking for? The role of human resources during the hiring process is to protect the company from fraudulent employees. This may sound dramatic, but it’s true. If you have ever watched the movie Catch Me If You Can, you will understand ...

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Executive job interviews, body language and Sugar the birdA couple of years ago a friend introduced me to the idea of taking quarterly work retreats away from the office. I am amazed at the boost in my productivity. The simple change in scenery changes my perspective. It’s energizing. And it’s ...

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