New Year’s resolution to quit your job? It’s cold out there, says this veteran executive recruiter. It’s that time of year…. cold weather, holiday parties, annual bonuses, and yes, thinking about whether you should quit your job – or not. At least that’s what a lot recent articles seem to indicate. Here are some examples: […]
Archives for December 2014
“Leaders inspire” is often an assumption and sometimes a plea, but I wondered who inspires them?
The best executive recruiting campaigns are a team effort — and you are on the team! So you want to hire a retained search specialist! First of all, congratulations on recognising the advantages of the retained search model, especially if you need to fill a senior position. Second, to get the most out of your […]
Guess what contributes to the management talent shortage? Employees don’t WANT to be managers. Employers are no longer counting on a nice, full pipeline of managerial talent waiting for the chance to move onto the executive floor. There’s a talent shortage, right? Most of that time, we blame that shortage on demographics and the global […]
ATLANTA, GA – A new executive recruitment service aimed at assisting community colleges has been launched by Cornerstone Atlanta. The firm has already been chosen to find the next president of Craven Community College in North Carolina. “Higher education is facing significant challenges and opportunities,” says Larry Shoemaker, president of Cornerstone Atlanta and Shoemaker & […]
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“The coffeehouse was a hub for information sharing.These new establishments drew people from all walks of life. Suddenly the people from all sectors of society were meeting and exchanging ideas and this allowed an exchange of all sorts of ideas and concepts.” Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation, by Steven Johnson […]