134 results for tag: ExecuNet Master Class


New to Your Role? Seek Out a Mentor

Many times companies pair leaders new to their organization with a mentor to help them onboard/assimilate into the organization. This is an incredibly valuable opportunity that not nearly enough companies offer and one that some new hires are too proud to ...
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Alive at Work: Activating the Emotions of an Agile Culture

Seventy percent of workers report that they are not engaged in their work, and 80% of employees feel that they cannot be their best at work. Why do most people feel the need to shut themselves off at work? Part of it is our biology. Do you want to tap into ...
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WISDOM@WORK: The Making of a Modern Elder

After running his own successful boutique hotel company for almost 25 years, baby boomer Chip Conley was invited by Airbnb’s millennial CEO/co-founder to join the company as head of global hospitality and strategy. Chip started out as a mentor to a digital ...
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Retirement: A Natural Evolution of Career Development

Traditionally, retirement meant leaving your long-term job with a pat on the back and a gold watch – “liberated” to pursue nothing more than rest and relaxation. But retirement is actually an opportunity to experience transformation and renewal. This ...
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Recruiter Dishes on How to Find Your Next Job Faster

This is a great time to be an executive looking for a new job. According to executive recruiter Jeff Hyman, it's harder now to find the right candidates than it has been in the last 25 years. The challenge is how do you stand out amidst all the noise, all the ...
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Ditch the 100-day Plan

Executive assimilation expert Emily Bermes told the ExecuNet community, "The concept of a 100-day plan has executives relying on a plan they've created before they are really even in-role." Ditch the 100-day plan. Planning before you have the facts and ...
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How to Buy an Existing Business: An Exciting Alternative to Corporate America

Over the next 10 years, 8 million business owners will be exiting their businesses. This “Transition Tidal Wave” presents the best opportunity in decades for individuals trying to exit Corporate America and become entrepreneurs. But here’s the ...
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Is Your Résumé Effective?

You don't know what you don't know. When it comes to résumés that can make your job search ineffective, fruitless, and frustrating. Listen to Coach Don, Managing Director of ExecuNet's Career Strategy Group, talk about ways to determine if your ...
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Leading With Emotional Courage

In this ExecuNet Master Class session, bestselling author Peter Bregman unlocks the secrets of highly successful leaders – no matter your role or level in the hierarchy – and pinpoints the missing ingredient that makes all the difference: Emotional ...
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From Intrapreneur to Entrepreneur: 12 Reasons to Make the Switch Now

Are you passionate, self-reliant, determined, and adept at problem solving? Do you apply these entrepreneurial values every day in your career—even though you’re still working for someone else? If this sounds like you, then how much longer are you going ...
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Gaining the Support of Subordinates and Colleagues

What is one thing a new executive can do to gain the support of subordinates and colleagues? You can't go it alone. No matter how good a leader you may be, you don't have the institutional knowledge to successfully navigate in your new company. You must ...
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What Should Be in Your Résumé?

The top section of your résumé is like the inside jacket cover of a hardcover book. It provides an overview of what's to come in the rest of the document. The key is to make that overview compelling. In this short video, Coach Don talks about what our ...
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