749 results for author: William Flamme


Career Coaches Talking About Gender Bias

ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asks a panel of ExecuNet career coaches about gender biases and its impact on executive-level career paths. This is an excerpt from, Overcoming Job Search Biases, Explaining Career Gaps and Other Mysteries, an ...
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There is No Vacation in Job Search

The temptations are there – time off with the family, a little golf, a walk on the beach. Taking the summer off from your job search and getting back into it when the “kids go back to school” would be very easy. STOP! Summer is not the time to give ...
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Don’t Let Any Bias Stall Your Job Search!

ExecuNet Career Strategist Saundra Botts talks about bias in the executive job market. These days she says companies are looking for Mr/Ms Right Now  rather than Mr/Ms Right, so if candidates lead with the value they bring to get the company from point A to ...
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The Power of Human Connection at Work

Recent research shows we need human connection in order to thrive. Yet Americans are becoming increasingly isolated, including in the workplace. Connection is a superpower that makes us smarter, happier and more productive, whereas disconnection is a ...
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Surprising Stats About Landing a Board Seat

Want to know what's particularly important today in terms of landing a Board Seat? Tune in to this short excerpt from a session of ExecuNet Master Class, led by Mike Lorelli, and you'll hear what's valued the most right now and where there's the greatest ...
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Trends & Transformation: Women Hold Up Half the Sky

Women make up half the world’s population and drive the majority of purchasing decisions in households. However, they are still underrepresented in the workforce, especially in technology and leadership positions. There has been some groundbreaking – ...
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How to Get Venture Capital Funding

Lack of funding is one of the biggest reasons small businesses fail. In 2016 in the United States alone, more than 31% of small business owners reported that they could not access adequate capital, which prevented them from growing and expanding – and yet, ...
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Was I the Victim of Bias?

There are many types of biases encountered during a job search; oftentimes, one doesn't even know if they were on the receiving end of a bias. In this glimpse into a Master Class session, Host Tony Vlahos, asked career strategist Andrea Briscoe to address ...
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It’s All About What You Can Do For Them!

All too often job seekers dwell on a negative, the perceived credentials or experience they do not have. But what ExecuNet career strategist Saundra Botts suggests instead is to focus on how you can solve problems. The interviewer will focus on two things: ...
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Recruiter Straight Talk on What Job Postings Can Really Do for You

Recruiter Jeff Hyman talks about online job postings. He explains that in reality only a small percentage of positions at the executive level are filled through job postings. He explains that while it feels satisfying to click "apply," you aren't really doing ...
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Your Board Resume is Not Your Resume!

Tune in to this short excerpt from a session of ExecuNet Master Class, led by Mike Lorelli, and you'll hear about some of  the differences between Board resumes and traditional resumes. To help you better understand what you need to know to land a Board ...
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Here’s How Not to Look Unemployed

There's a bias against the unemployed job seeker. The rationale behind it is that "the good ones are taken." That's not necessarily true, but it is a bias that job seekers need to navigate around. In this short video, ExecuNet's Managing Director of Career ...
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