344 results for tag: recruiters


Ready for Your Closeup? Six Tips for Mastering the Art of Video Interviewing

Beyond the normal interview best practices and the basics of a video — a working camera, internet connection and audio connection (all of which you tested before the meeting) — what else matters? Here are my best tips for video interviewing. The good news ...
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The Question I Ask Every Candidate

I can smell it. The job market is gaining steam. Fast. At first, I thought it was just my gut. Finally, this morning, I found some data to back it up: The CEO of Indeed, now the largest online job board, says "There are more new jobs posted on Indeed now ...
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The Effects of Covid‑19 on Boards and Governance

As the Covid-19 pandemic took hold, boards entered uncharted territory. Alongside management, they had to tackle a crisis of unprecedented magnitude. To understand how boards reacted and to identify the lessons that boards can learn in dealing with future ...
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#ChooseToChallenge the State of Gender Equity on Boards

Around the world, a number of countries are taking steps to encourage or mandate improved gender diversity in the boardroom. Those efforts vary by country, as does their effectiveness and impact. This paper takes a look at what is occurring in six countries, ...
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Why Humble Leaders Make the Best Leaders

When hiring for a leadership role, you may be overlooking one of the most important traits of top performers: humility. Sounds a bit counter-intuitive, doesn't it? Humility is not typically the first trait that comes to mind when you think about great ...
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Time is the Enemy of Executive Search

While every executive and board search is unique, "speed to close" is still one of the primary factors that hiring managers and companies are focused on when evaluating the success of the process. On average, most executive-level searches take three to five ...
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Why Board Culture Matters Now More than Ever

Corporate boards were once a bastion for the Old Boys' Club with a traditional board culture that reflected the sameness of the members' interests. Today, we're working with corporations to transform boards into dynamic teams of busy executives who have ...
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Taking Unfair Advantage of Your Age

According to AARP, over 61% of employees in the United States over age 45 have seen or experienced aged discrimination in the workplace, and 38% of people believe it is common to see ageism. On average, a 54-years-old job seeker will be in search for close to ...
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Does Your Hiring Process Hurt or Enhance Recruiting Efforts?

To ensure your company's hiring process is helping recruiting efforts, regularly evaluate and update your process  using a high-tech high-touch approach. Technology can identify qualified candidates quickly, but you also need human interaction. This combin...
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How to Overcome Age Bias in Your Job Search

Ageism in a job search is a real issue. Older workers can face high hurdles in the competition for jobs—often due to tired misconceptions and just plain and simple age discrimination that, sadly, is pervasive in the employment market. In this Q&A, ...
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Troubleshooting Your Job Search

Are recruiters just not noticing you? Wondering why you aren't getting enough interviews, or called back after you interview? Find out why you are stuck in your job search and how to fix it! During this VIP Access-only Q&A, ExecuNet career strateg...
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How to Bring Up Concerns About Returning to the Office During COVID

Now that the "new normal" has become normal, many people don't want to go back to the physical workplace. Here's how to talk to your boss. Lena's office is reopening at partial capacity in the new year, but she's worried about being exposed to COVID if she ...
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