How Onboarding Executives is Key to Succes

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Half of newly hired executives quit or are fired within the first three years. Almost as many who change jobs or are promoted (40%) fail within the first 18 months. With such alarming numbers and the high costs of executive recruitment, why do more organizations not have a formal executive onboarding approach to assimilate executives for success?

Our infographic series on Executive Onboarding will help you understand key aspects of the process including:

  • Why do newly hired leaders often fail to onboard and leave your company?
  • What are the most common… Read More >

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Global Talent Trends – November 2014

Posted  |  by Kim Mills, Career Partners International - Chapel Hill

As the United States workforce increases by another 321,000 jobs in November, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, we see continued confidence in the economy from our customers. Organizational planning by businesses includes more focus on internal career management, leadership development and executive coaching. Emphasis is being placed on the development of individuals who possess high potential as successors for corporate leadership in the near future. Leadership succession is becoming even more critical for o… Read More >

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Leading a Multi-Generational Workplace

Leading a Multi-Generational Workplace

For the first time in history, four generations are working side by side. Although different values, experiences, styles, and activities may sometimes create misunderstandings and frustrations, organizations that choose to develop leadership across the generations will gain a competitive edge.

In the short term, 70 million Baby Boomers will retire. Generation X, an age group with different values and priorities than Boomers, will assume leadership positions. The second half of the Millennials (referred to as Generation Z) will… Read More >

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The Role of Metrics in Executive Coaching: My Observations

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Published November 1, 2014. ncda.org/National Career Development Association (original article can be viewed here)

The Role of Metrics in Executive Coaching: My Observations

When I interview for executive coaching assignments, I must address these two questions for the prospective client and the organization that is supporting this coaching:

  1. What is the individual's Return on Investment?

  2. What… Read More >

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Career Partners International - Seattle Interview Series: Conservation

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INTERVIEW SERIES: CONSERVATION
Waldron, the Seattle office of Career Partners International, recently launched an interview series with CEOs, Executive Directors, and other leaders to find out their thoughts on management and talent. Our first series focused on Community Foundations, and this second series continues with a focus on Conservation organizations. (The following compilation of these interviews includes prominent leaders of Conservation organizations.) The interviews give us a glimpse into their experiences, and an opportunit… Read More >

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Returning to Work After Maternity Leave

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Published October 5, 2014. bostonglobe.com/The Boston Globe (original article can be viewed here)

Returning to Work After Maternity Leave

Q. There is plenty of information about getting prepared to go out on maternity leave. But how do I come back into a leadership role, act professionally, focus on work, and n… Read More >

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8 Job Search Tips for Unemployed Executives

Posted  |  by Howard Seidel, Career Partners International - Boston

Executives who’ve been out of work for more than a year and are looking for jobs face two big challenges: They’re competing with employed professionals, as well as applicants who’ve been out of work for less time. But a year is not an unusually long time to be out of work for execs. The average length of unemployment for them is nine to 12 months. It takes executives longer, on average, because they often have non-compete clauses in their severance agreements preventing them from working for a competitor for a year; there are fewer executive jobs than non-exec jobs and employers vet these candidates slowly because they’re costly.… Read More >

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