80 results for tag: ExecuNetSelect


Profiling a New Executive Role: VP for Accountable Communities

As population health and value-based healthcare models have gained traction, there has been a realization in the healthcare field that a more community-based approach to healthcare could not only help to control and reduce the cost of care, but could also ...
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Insights from ExecuNet-hosted Recruiter Summit

We recently hosted a summit of a few hundred executive recruiters. Our ExecuNetSelect recruiting partner Barbara Bruno, an internationally recognized recruiting expert and recruiter trainer, led a masterful presentation to help them with the top seven ...
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How to Get Your Resume Through AI

Applying for a job right now? Here's how to write an ATS-friendly resume that will still wow recruiters. Zane wanted to leave his job but stayed on during the uncertain job market of the last year. But now he’s ready to make his move and has started ...
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Create Space for Conversations About Mental Health in the Workplace

For too long, the topic of mental health has been the ultimate work-talk taboo. The stigma that comes from vulnerable conversations about mental health can be heavy. But the statistics are too significant to ignore—1 in 5 adults experience issues with ...
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Are You a Shark or a Goldfish?

Post-pandemic we are living in a "new normal" with many prospective hires filled with uncertainty while they reevaluate their priorities and choices. There is a global shortage of top talent and many of these qualified individuals prefer a virtual opportuni...
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Too Important to Fail: 4 New Rules for CEO Succession Planning

CEO succession has always been one of most critical and high-stakes responsibilities of a board. A failed process can result in an unaligned board, a lack of ready talent and, ultimately, a value-destroying CEO transition. Layering onto an already challenging ...
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What Governing Boards Need Next

COVID-19 and the recent social unrest and protests in the U.S. caught boards of directors by surprise just as much as it did CEOs and their executive teams. The challenge for boards has become supporting management’s ability to cope and address these issues ...
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How the Pandemic is Changing Who Big Law Can Hire

Consider this: you're in charge of your firm's hiring process and you’re down to two candidates, both from top schools with stellar resumes. Candidate A has extensive experience in a niche specialty your firm needs but lives outside your firm's immediate ...
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A Perpetual Prime of Life

As recruiters, there is a powerful question we ask candidates which typically elicits immediate pause, reflection, and authenticity in the answer. It is a question that catches most off guard, creates a feeling of nostalgia, and sometimes even prompts a ...
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Building Your Executive Brand

Frequently, when I speak with younger executives about advancing their careers, we inevitably discuss their career aspirations and the importance of a strong personal brand. Senior executives and CEOs, too, must be conscious of their brands. A strong, ...
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7 Top Recruiting Challenges Right Now – And How to Overcome Them

  Click here for program slides The competition for top talent continues to escalate and this has been compounded by their demands for flexibility. You are facing new candidate realities, an escalation of problem areas and new challenges. Have you ...
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CEO Leadership Skills and Perspectives in Transformation

Just as individuals and businesses are adjusting their processes to the "new normal" that COVID-19 has thrusted us into, organizations like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) are doing the same and modifying their guidelines to help provide ...
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