We started a series on insights from Headhunters earlier this week, and today we have a few answers today, with a humorous twist for your application process, considering it is a fun Friday! Today’s insights come to us from Mitch Beck from Crossroads consulting.
Google is one of the most admired companies in the world and it is tough as hell to get in. In a New York Times interview with Laszlo Bock1, the senior vice president of people operations for Google, he identified 5 hiring criteria for the people management process at Google. When reflecting on these criteria, I thought it actually serves as a blueprint for identifying high-potential employees in every organization: “leadership, humility, collaboration, adaptability and loving to learn and re-learn”
Dear CFO jobs seeker ,
It is August: With the whole of Europe in holidays these days, your own beach holiday may be all that you’re thinking of. Although, we would love to bring your attention back towards the executive job search which will gain pace soon
Much of what we try to communicate in management jobs to others tends to get misunderstood, which can cause conflict and frustration in our professional relationships.
Our topic today is a management skill that is oft not considered in seriousness till it gets too late: Getting out of the ‘comfort zone’. ‘Most people experiencing a mid-career crisis might have a thing in common – staying in your comfort zone
Ever imagined sitting in your boss’s position and commanding his team? Ever imagined having your boss’s job? What are the key leadership myths that are holding you back?
I think any ambitious executive would definitely visualize this dream of commanding your own team as its boss.
Today, we start with a series, of conversations with Headhunters and executive recruiters focused on hiring for management jobs. We wish to allow our candidates and executive job seekers an insights into how a headhunter looks at your application, to be able to stand out and reach your dream executive positions, without a worry!
Okay, so we have established salaries are a sticky topic, especially at senior management levels. Salaries of CEOs is also a topic beaten to death- Do they really ‘deserve’ that much earning and what are the differences in what they earn versus the average Joe in the company?
Today, we want to respond to a forum veteran Stephen_NE from Lucern, Switzerland. Firstly, thank you Stephen_NE for taking time out to respond to an Experteer related query. stephen_NE Forum Veteran Lucern Re: Your experience with Experteer- is it worth to pay for it? Any site that makes unemployed people pay for the “privilege” of…