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Next time you recruit a new member of your team, keep in mind that what you need most in your organization might just be something that you need to dig a little deeper to find. Learn more: https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/successful-teams-hiring

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How can you find the best employees for your team? A good manager seeks out specific qualities when hiring a new member of their already successful team. The best way to go about this is to go beyond the job spec and think about the qualities you’d like to see in a future colleague.
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A new part of managing successful teams has emerged as digital transformation has taken over. This is related to the prevalence of social media. As a manager you may need to alter your style in order to keep the public appearance of your organization positive.
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Results on Your Executive Resume = Results in Your Job Search - Here's why: https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/executive-resume-job-search

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Are you making this major mistake on your executive resume? Many job seekers fail to quantify the impact of their actions on their resume. Improve the content of your resume by making what may seem like menial tasks into full-fledged projects with results.
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Are you a healthcare executive interested in advancing your career or finding a new executive position? During today’s Executive Career (#ExecCareer) TweetChat, Rick Cannellos, from Epsen Fuller Group, and Beth Nelson, from Witt/Kieffer, answered executives’ questions about healthcare executive job search and career management.
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Cyber Savvy: Five Imperatives for a Technology Executive Whose Time Has Come - read more: https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/cyber-security-board-directors

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CISOs, CIOs and CTOs have started to become much more visible to their organization’s board of directors. This article explains that while technology executives don’t necessarily need to be represented on every board, it is important to get regular reports from these executives. Here are five dos and don’ts for chief information security officers.
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One of the more off-piste investment strategies of venture capitalist Jon Moulton involves business leaders’ personal lives. “Chief executives have an above average divorce rate,” he explains. “So I studied the correlation between performance and
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No matter what your current job situation, if you don’t have an up-to-date executive resume or CV, you are likely to miss out on any surprise job opportunities that could come your way. Not to mention, you’re not letting recruiters on BlueSteps and LinkedIn see your current qualifications.
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Whether you’re open to new opportunities or actively conducting an executive job search, it’s important that you make a point to take advantage of networking events. What’s the best way to prepare for, make the most of, and follow-up after these events? Click through to read the full guide.
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Excellent guest post from BlueSteps member, Peter Altschuler. What does your brand say to your customers? https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/narcissus-dilemma

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Reality is relative. It changes with each individual. What appeals to you may leave another person cold. And what makes sense to the seller may make none to the buyer. Here's a real world example.
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Never look a gift horse in the mouth. There has been no time in history where it has been easier or more efficient to sculpt your personal brand to highlight your passion, spotlight your skills and expose, to the world, your accomplishments. The proliferation of platforms has made it possible to deftly create or surface a specific identity that conveys who you are, your particular interests and your ultimate objective in life.
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Many in the corporate world lost their way after the Lehman Shock. In Japan, this feeling was compounded with the Fukushima nuclear disaster. A survey of 600 Japanese workers revealed a lack of passion that threatens productivity in Japan – and similar findings are likely in other countries as well.   The following article excerpts key findings from the survey and discusses methods that corporate leaders can use to increase and sustain passion in...
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When asked how they intend to find their next job, many executives answer, “I’ll contact a headhunter who can manage that for me.” Unfortunately, that statement reflects lack of knowledge about how executive recruiters work and the role an executive search firm plays in the careers of individual executives.

Learn more: https://www.bluesteps.com/blog/the-role-of-executive-search-firms-in-your-career-strategy
Executive search firms are hired by client organizations to find the top leadership talent available. If you’re conducting an active executive job search, it’s important to be visible to these firms, but don’t expect to be headhunted right without making yourself visible first. Here’s how executive recruiters can fit into your career strategy.
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BlueSteps provides a unique link between executives and top-tier retained executive search firms, all members of the AESC. Since 1959, the AESC has promoted the highest professional standards in retained executive search and leadership consulting through its industry recognized Code of Ethics and Professional Practice Guidelines.

More than 8,000 executive search professionals at over 350 AESC member search firms worldwide have exclusive and unlimited access to the BlueSteps database of over 80,000 executives around the world. Because of the high quality of executives represented within BlueSteps, it is used daily by AESC members as they research candidates for the top management roles for which they are recruiting.

BlueSteps also provides executives with a plethora of career management tools and services including access to current executive opportunities being handled by AESC member firms, and best-in-class executive resume writers, coaching and more.