Strategies for Executive Self-Care: Nurturing Well-Being in High-Pressure Roles

According to ComPsych, the largest employee assistance program provider in the United States, 62 percent of North American adults have high-stress levels that can lead to exhaustion and/or feelings of a loss of control. 

Constant, unmanaged stress almost always leads …

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The Importance of Industry Research in Executive Job Search: How to Stay Up-to-Date and Informed

You may be tempted to simply apply for a job in your industry without researching trends that will shape that field in the present and future.

After all, you already work in that field, so you have nothing new to …

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The Future of Executive Roles: How to Stay Relevant and Competitive in a Changing Landscape

In modern businesses, an executive’s role significantly differs from 20 or even 10 years ago.

For one, most successful leaders today involve their colleagues in making decisions rather than leading from the top down. They also require more creative skills …

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The Effects of Hybrid and Remote Work on Entry-Level Employees, and What Companies Can Do to Help

These days, many college graduates are looking for in-person work, as there are certain concerns involved with hybrid and remote roles. Among these concerns is a lack of communication, less opportunity for a pay increase or promotion, and a work/life …

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Who’s Hiring? 9 Organizations Advocating for the LGBTQ+ Community

June is widely-recognized as Pride Month, kicking off a series of events and parades to recognize the LGBTQ+ community. But before Pride became a worldwide celebration, it was a protest.

In 1969, the Stonewall Riots initiated a major turning point …

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Starting Strong: How to Make an Impact as a New Executive in a New Industry

GE Capital’s head Bob Wright went on to helm NBC.

Daniel Akerson became the CEO of General Motors after spending much of his career in telecommunications. 

These are just a few examples of executives who succeeded after changing industries. While …

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The Executive Job Search Strategy: Targeting the Right Companies and Opportunities

When you’re looking for a job, who you know often makes a significant difference.

The so-called “hidden job market” is made up of jobs that are never posted online. Instead, CNBC suggests that around 80 percent of jobs are filled …

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From Failure to Leadership: Lessons for Executive Growth and Development

Today, Henry Ford is synonymous with American innovation and progress.

But while he was developing his first automobile, his investors decided he was too careful – and they backed out of their agreement. 

The second time he started a company, …

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5 Essential Management Skills You Need to Be a Great Leader

As a manager, your ability to motivate and guide your team towards achieving collective goals can make or break the success of your organization. And although managing a team isn’t easy, the good news is management skills can be learned …

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What Are Your Strengths? |15 GREATEST Strengths With Sample Answers

What Are Your Strengths? |15 GREATEST Strengths With Sample Answers was originally published on careercrawlers.com/

How to answer what are your strengths in an interview CAN be extremely tricky; however, by preparing beforehand, you CAN increase your chances of PASSING …

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