Monthly Archives: October 2011
Key to your success as an executive is maintaining your personal empowerment regardless of what is going on around you. How do you stay on top of your game in this challenging business environment and achieve your goals? In this webinar, you will:
Learn to quickly identify your disempowering conversations and core limiting beliefs.
Develop tools for totally disabling them from power over you.
Remove obstacles to being in full action and achieving your goals, whether in your life or your career.
Pat Drew has twenty years of experience as a career and executive coach. As former Director of the Employee Assistance Program at Continue reading
Meredith LeNoir (L), and Elena Bajic (R) of Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec was proud to sponsor the AESC Researchers & Associates Summit held here in NYC on October 21st, 2011. Held at the Apella at the Alexandria Center in Manhattan, the venue provided the ideal backdrop for top researchers and associates from retained executive search firms to meet, learn and share.
The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) is the worldwide association for retained executive consulting firms. The AESC Researchers & Associates Summit brings together professionals Continue reading
This is part 2 of a series covering basic things employers look for in applicants. While every job, hiring manager, employer and situation is unique, there are usually common traits that employers look for, in almost every position.
A second thing that nearly every employer looks for is … Can you help me build shareholder value?
In today’s economy, no companies look for someone just to fill a seat. Hiring managers have to justify ROI for every new headcount that they add. Basically, the hiring manager has to demonstrate that you’ll make the Continue reading
The BlueSteps Blog has a wealth of articles for executives seeking to plan and develop their careers. We are pleased to present another installment of “BlueSteps Spotlight”, a sampling of the great articles from the BlueSteps collection.
Anne Morriss identifies 5 ways that potential leaders, many of them highly talented individuals, create their own obstacles to achieving their potential:
1) Over-emphasizing personal goals
Leadership is not about you, it is about making other people better as a result of your presence. If you can make sure certain systems and cultures are in place, Continue reading
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Is your wardrobe an asset or a liability? Do you look promotable? Do people notice you even when you’re NOT the team lead? Now’s the time to take your wardrobe to a new level! Studies show that in challenging economic periods, employees dress up. Although your company’s official dress code is Business Casual, you may want to rethink the relaxed look of your current wardrobe. “Lookism” – the idea of being treated based on your style of dress, type of grooming, and physical appearance – is real and ever increasing. Sufficient is no Continue reading