Support for senior executives
Personal assistance is available for more senior employees, whether as part of an elegant exit agreement or as preparation for development reviews. In both scenarios the individual needs to be clear about their direction, career path and purpose.
Given the complexities of circumstances, logistics and potential roles, the affected people will require deeper support, including personal one-to-one coaching.
If you are in a senior management role or are aspiring to, read more about the executive support packages available to you.
What are your reasons for staying in a job that you know is less than ideal? Read about the four main reasons and challenge yourself to address them.
It's not just people in entry-level roles who find themselves compromising their ambitions and skills. Time to ask yourself some direct questions?
Review the traits that recruiters look for in executives, so you can prepare for your next move.
Successful executives rarely face a challenge alone. The right agent is key to your next career step.
As more organisations use selection centres as part of the extended executive selection process, see how they work and decide on your approach.
We all like people who bring solutions, not just problems. How can you demonstrate this trait in the selection process?
Don't worry if your on-boarding experience is poor, but consider the possibilities before you start hiring.
Are you ready to lead and motivate your new team? Get a brief introduction to the Five Behaviours of a Dysfunctional Team
Not everyone is a maverick and not every organisation wants them. But maybe you fit the description?
There are three distinct aspects to an executive role. Are you ready to prioritise them in your new job?
Are you more leader or manager? What's the difference and why does it matter when you are applying for a new executive role?
Delegation is a critical skill for leaders. What are the elements that you need to consider and demonstrate?
Do you lead a team who are smarter and more knowledgeable than you? Read why a good employer will be delighted to hear this at interview.
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