Here’s Our Starting Line Up for this Summer’s “ExecuNet Master Class All-Star Game”

baseball-all-star.jpgOne thing I’m certain you’ve learned during your career is that success without a strong team next to you isn’t very likely. No matter how good at your job you may be, you can’t do it alone. It takes mentors, peers, direct-and-indirect reports – a whole team – to get results.

We’ve got an all-star team here for you.

In honor of this week’s annual MLB all-star game, I’ve assembled a team you can suit-up with and expect success any day of the week. Each one is an all-star in his/her area of expertise, and together they make a formidable team – a team that you can tap into here at ExecuNet to help propel your career, job, and life where you want it to go.

Here’s our starting line up for this summer’s “ExecuNet Master Class All-Sar Game:” Click on the titles below to listen to what you need to get winning results.

Pitcher: Don Weintraub and a panel of Career Strategists Discussing Résumé, Personal Branding and Job Search Strategies– Strategies that can help you stand out, get noticed, and get interviewed for the roles that are right for you. 

Catcher: Pat Romboletti and How to Get Noticed on LinkedIn – It takes way more than updating your profile once in a while. 

First Base: Howard Behar and The Magic Cup – Deep insights and keen wisdom about how to lead through change, bring out the best in colleagues and employees, and counteract the rampant negativity permeating so many work cultures. 

Second Base: Pete Gilfillan and why and How to Buy a Franchise: An Exciting Alternative to a Corporate Career – It’s the career path of choice for executives looking to escape the corporate world and take back control of their lives. 

Third Base: Ford Myers and Negotiating Your Compensation: The Rules of the Game– One of our most popular Classes, executives learned negotiating business deals isn’t the same as negotiating your own compensation. 

Shortstop: Chris McChesney and The 4 Disciplines of Execution – Avoid strategy to execution failures with a proven process for helping your team work together to seamlessly execute on mission-critical strategies. 

Left Field: Dan Skelly and Investment Strategies for Senior-Level Executives – One of the top wealth management strategists in the country shares what you need to know for personal and business investments. 

Center Field: Joann Lublin and earning It – The stories of extraordinary female executives who broke the corporate glass ceiling will provide inspiration and practical insights, a compass to help women of all ages and at every stage of their careers reach their highest potential without forgoing a meaningful personal life.

Right Field: Todd Hall and How to Beat Work Stress and Elevate Engagement – Minimize the impact of work stress with a simple, actionable framework of Vision, Value, and Voice to help your team connect to the work they love and the people they serve.

Loaded with hits, there’s not a strikeout in the bunch!

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is ExecuNet's president and chief economist. An Arjay Miller Scholar, Mark received his MBA from Stanford University and a BA in economics from Yale University. He joined ExecuNet in 1993, with extensive marketing and new product and business development experience, having served as president and founder of A&M Associates, an investment management firm. Mark's corporate leadership experience includes several senior marketing and financial positions with RCA Global Communications (a GE subsidiary) and American Can Company.

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