Jim Citrin discusses how best to handle career transitions. (Yahoo!Finance, 9 June 2008).
Ideas for managing the trauma of unemployment.
Six experienced global executives answer questions about what surprised them and what they learned through international assignments.
Heightened anxiety has long been shown to dramatically impair people’s ability to think. But in today’s business environment of unrelenting pressure, aspiring leaders must learn how to confront heightened urgency without allowing mental agitation to be disruptive. This article examines how leaders can develop this quality in both themselves and their people.
Making CFO may not be the goal of every treasurer. But his/her skills are proving increasingly useful in the finance director's role.
The questions you ask in an interview are as important as those you answer. They allow you to demonstrate your intelligence and are the first step toward establishing a rapport with your prospective boss.
Impress them and they'll be falling over themselves to employ you.
You have one hour at interview to convince a client that you are the answer to their prayers. How do you go about it?
Headhunters often use psychometric tools to screen candidates. But what can they tell us about a person that can’t be learnt at interview?
Like dance, fine negotiation combines strength with flexibility and determination with finesse.
For many people, the term “outplacement”carries unwelcome associations with job loss and downsizing. Nic Howell demystifies the process and explains how its key techniques can be useful for managing your career.
Agreeing terms for a new role is the final hurdle in a successful recruitment. Our consultants share their insights on how to negotiate your job offer.
How to make a graceful exit.