6 results for author: Hanold Associates


Why Board Culture Matters Now More than Ever

Corporate boards were once a bastion for the Old Boys' Club with a traditional board culture that reflected the sameness of the members' interests. Today, we're working with corporations to transform boards into dynamic teams of busy executives who have ...
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What Types of Executives are Attracted to Struggling Companies?

Many executives considering a career move are attracted by a company that's strong, growing and looks like it will be around for a while. However, those who I refer to as "problem solvers" view security and stability as boring: the messier, the better. How ...
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4 Characteristics You Will Need to Work at a Tech Start-up

Working for a tech startup sounds like fun—game rooms, casual dress, laid-back rules on paid time off, etc. At least that's the cliché. The reality is that working as a leader at a tech startup is a demanding job that requires a combination of hard and ...
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How to Project Energy – and Downplay Age – in the Senior Executive Job Search

You've probably heard about Facebook's age-targeted job ads and the concerns senior executives have about finding an employer who values experience but doesn't dwell on age. The good news is companies will always need senior executives. They need someone ...
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How Employers Can Navigate Bonus Season

Companies look at year-end bonus season, roughly December through when the books are closed in March, as a time to reward employees, especially if business was good for the year. Pretty simple, right? Employers feel good about sharing the wealth with their ...
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Vulnerability: The Key to Making a Real Connection During Interviews

Have you ever tried getting to know someone but you just felt like something was missing? That can happen during a job interview if you keep your guard up and don’t allow yourself to express your vulnerability. Vulnerability is a critical foundation in ...
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