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    Making the Leap to a New Executive Job or Industry

    Louise Garver on BLuseSteps

    If you're ready to make the transition to a new job or a new industry, a resume or CV revamp is imperative, and a vital document in your career marketing toolkit to pursue your new role. However, bewa... Read »

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    Geoff Slade, Chairman at Slade Group, shares what he’s learnt after half a century of launching, building and selling businesses.

    Fifty years of business wisdom distilled into seven truths

    Business View on National Australia Bank

    Back in 1967, aged 21, Geoff Slade began his first recruitment agency. A couple of decades later he received an offer for the company he couldn’t refuse and sold it, moving on to become HR Director ... Read »

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    James Cassidy explains the importance of the talent acquisition process in terms of ensuring cultural fit. James applies his own experiences working for Samsung, and the efforts he spent on employee relations and retention; in particular in a Senior HR managerial role in Recruitment and Retention of foreign employees. A thoroughly fascinating read.

    Assessing Cultural Fit at Samsung

    James Cassidy on LinkedIn

    I can still remember speaking with a Korean friend after finishing an arduous panel interview at Samsung in the Summer of 1995. I had been attending a Korean language summer program at Yonsei Universi... Read »

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    Part One featured advice on how to optimise your career documents. Here in part two, Amy Perrone focuses on advice on how to present yourself to executive recruiters and what to expect.

    How to Catch the Attention of Executive Recruiters: Part Two

    Amy Perrone on BlueSteps

    A strong relationship with executive recruiters is a key part of an executive career management strategy, although for many catching their attention seems like a daunting task. But, there are a number... Read »

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    As an executive recruitment consultant, Laurie Serafini is constantly observing behaviours. Here are his business and life lessons from observing Roger Federer.

    7 business and life lessons we can draw from Roger Federer’s #20grandslamwin

    Laurie Serafini on The Slade Report

    I've done a quick survey around the office and the streets at home, and guess what? I can honestly say I can't find anyone who doesn’t love Roger Federer (or who isn't pleased he just won the Austra... Read »

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    Roman Molek, Managing Partner at TRANSEARCH International, firmly believes that the Czech and Slovak economies have a great future. Through executive search, Roman has been able to actively contribute to building that future by linking companies with the right experts at the right time. In the following article (in Czech) Roman proudly says “innovate, invent and don’t lose hope for a better tomorrow”.

    Nenechte si ujet vlak, respektive elektro auto: inovujte, vynalézejte a neztrácejte naději v lepší zítřky

    Roman Molek on LinkedIn

    Sociálně slabší, nezaměstnaní, méně vzdělaní, lidé z vesnic a menších měst rozhodli v dalších volbách v řadě o politickém směřování naší země. Ale o jejich osudech a osudu c... Read »

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    Candidate’s often ask us “Can I make it?”. Stuart Carruthers has some tips for those looking for ‘more’ in their careers.

    Can I make it? I should know.

    Stuart Carruthers on The Slade Report

    I often get asked by people who are looking for their next challenge, Can I make it? As an executive recruitment consultant, candidates approach me for all sorts of reasons: seeking career inspiratio... Read »

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    “By creating a culture that empowers your team, you’re building an adept team that can function creatively and independently. You’re ultimately building a team that doesn’t need you. And that’s the right idea.”

    ‘Build a team that doesn’t need you’ and other counterintuitive strategies to succeed as a manager

    Kevin Stuart on GitPrime

    Your primary target as a leader is to advance your organization's goals. Obviously. But you're also working with a team of human beings who have their own needs within the company and outside of it. Read »

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    “Get ready for change” isn’t just another corporate adage. It may be a prescription for insulating you and your organisation from the disruption that may lie ahead.

    Staying Ahead of Disruptive Business Models

    on TRANSEARCH International

    Executives in a growing number of industry spaces are beginning to ask many 'What if?' sorts of question. Their teams are modeling revenue projections, supply chains and technology risks against a bev... Read »

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    Finding meaning in your work, and the example you set as a leader, is a powerful motivator when business demands require you to travel to far away time zones or when urgent matters require you to stay up late or arise very early to monitor emails and more.

    Resetting Your Executive Compass

    on TRANSEARCH International

    If you found time recently to reflect on where you are on life’s journey or on the pathway of your executive career, you may have found yourself thinking more about your purpose, your time and your ... Read »

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