14 results for tag: Ford Myers


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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Retirement: A Natural Evolution of Career Development

Over the past few years, our career coaching practice has been attracting a growing percentage of clients who want to talk about retirement planning – not just career planning. I have wondered why this is. Is it because people are becoming more aware, ...
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Here’s Our Starting Line Up for this Summer’s “ExecuNet Master Class All-Star Game”

One 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 ...
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The Rules of Salary Negotiating

Just because you've negotiated with business partners, vendors, and employees doesn't mean you'll be any good negotiating your own compensation. Representing yourself is a whole different type of negotiation, and it's not something you've done all day for the ...
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You Don’t Get What You Deserve. You Get What You Negotiate

For a recent episode of ExecuNet Master Class, we were joined by Ford Myers  – an award-winning executive career coach.  Ford explained how to prevent employers from using your previous salary to limit your future compensation and how to successfully ...
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Negotiating Your Compensation: The Rules of the Game

Why is it that executives have such a difficult time successfully negotiating their compensation? The reason we can't or won't negotiate is not because we're incapable of doing so, but rather because we just don’t know how! No one ever taught us "the rules ...
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Thinking of Changing Careers? Here’s How to Get Started

If you're seriously considering making a career change, it will be important to go through some preliminary "internal exercises" to discover what type of role would be best for you. Here at Career Potential, LLC, we use at least seven exercises that are very ...
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Don’t Fall Victim to an Abuse in Hiring Practices

As part of ExecuNet membership, I host a monthly teleconference called Six-Figure Hotline where members submit their most pressing career-related questions, and the career experts who join me provide their thoughts on the topic. I was recently joined on the ...
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Six-Figure Hotline: Talking Negotiation With Ford Myers

As part of ExecuNet membership, Dave Opton, founder of ExecuNet, hosts a teleconference called Six-Figure Hotline where members submit their most pressing career-related questions, and the career experts who join him provide their thoughts on the topic. ...
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A Baker’s Dozen of Great Insights From 2015

Last week, I identified half a dozen books from 2015 that you simply have to read and share. So I figured it'd be a great idea to do the same thing with ExecuNet insights from this past year. There are so many interviews, master classes and articles I want to ...
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Bill George, Dave Putt and Ford Myers Will Be Here for You in December!

For the holidays, we are bringing to the mic some of the brightest minds in career management, business and leadership development. The first of our three great offerings to round out the year is 8 Things You Must Do Before Becoming an Independent Consultant. ...
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Negotiating Your Compensation: The Rules of the Game

Why is it that executives have such a difficult time successfully negotiating their compensation? The reason we can’t or won’t negotiate is not because we’re incapable of doing so, but rather because we just don’t know how! No one ever taught us "the ...
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