Author Archives: Greg
Everyone knows that the objective of an interview is to show the employer that you are all that and a bag of chips. After all, you are there because you want to impress – you want to show that there is no better person for the job than you – you want to let them know that they need you.
The interview however – is a two way street.
Use this chance to learn if the company, the culture, or the chance is right for you. Asking the right questions could save you Continue reading
Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday – Thursday – Friday – Friday Part 2 - Pre Monday - Monday -Tue…..
Does this schedule look hauntingly familiar? The seven day work week certainly isn’t uncommon. Some people thrive off of it, others become quickly burnt out. Weather or not you choose to spend your weekend at your home office, there are many ways to be super productive with the time spent between office hours.
Here are 14 things that can not only make your weekend productive, but also charge your batteries for the coming week.
We here at Ivy Exec wish you all a happy holiday season, and new year.
Relax, enjoy the festivities, spend great time with great people – and while you are at it – accelerate your career!
Many believe that the end of the year means an end to career advancement – when in fact, there is never a better time to organize your personal and professional goals, build your network, and land your dream job.
We are privileged to announce that Dale Moss has joined The Ivy Exec Mentor Network. We warmly welcome him as our Featured Mentor for December…
Dale was CEO of OpenSkies (a premium transatlantic airline and British Airways subsidiary), COO of Jet Airways (India’s largest airline), and Worldwide Director of Sales & Marketing and Executive Board member of British Airways between 1998 and 2011.
From his first post as a reservation sales agent, to his role as the chief architect of British Airway’s 2008 L’Avion acquisition and CEO of the combined entity (OpenSkies) , Continue reading
You’ve received two job offers from equally intriguing companies. One pays $40,000 more than the other. Which should you accept?
It may seem like a no-brainer to say yes to the higher-paying one, but not so fast. In the post-recession economy, most corporate professionals need to think more like entrepreneurs, not employees, when it comes to evaluating a job offer. Just as business owners look at potential projects and engagements in terms of the return on his investment on their time—their most precious commodity—so should you. If a job eats up all Continue reading
You’ve been at the same company in the same role for years now. You’re loyal, hardworking, and sure, maybe you’ve been in a little bit of a rut. You got comfortable. It happens to the best of us from time to time.
But now you’re finally ready to move onward and upward! Climbing the corporate ladder is back on the agenda! And yet, no matter how hard you try, every promotion opportunity seems to pass you by. What’s up with that??
Lifting Your Leadership Game – 2014
Wednesday, January 8th: 12:00PM-1:00PM EST
What will your leadership look like in 2014? How will you drive personal, team and organizational performance to a new and higher level? When you look back in twelve months time, what BIG outcomes will you have delivered?