Busy executives don’t wrap up work at 5 pm on Friday. The weekends provide a respite from the fast-paced schedule that drives the rest of your workdays. But you’ve always got success on your mind — the weekends offer an additional chance to push in that direction. One study found that most executives keep working… Read more »
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Starting Your Day This Way Will Increase Your Productivity
Your alarm goes off. Depending on your personality, you either spring out of bed ready to meet your day or you drag yourself into the kitchen for a much-needed caffeine boost. However you meet your morning, are you sure you’re doing enough to maximize your productivity? The right pre-work habits can set the foundation for… Read more »
What Should My Executive Talent Search Look Like?
Finding an executive that fits into your organization can involve a grueling effort. One study found that it can take up to two months just to make a shortlist of candidates, with a final decision likely happening more than three months after the search was launched. It’s a complicated process. However, this level of scrutiny… Read more »
How Long Should My Executive Search Take?
Generally speaking, a company will take about three months to make an executive hire. Typically, this includes a preliminary process of about two months preparing a shortlist of candidates, followed by another month or so of making a final decision. From your point of view, that means even a successful process could involve months of… Read more »