6 Reasons to Incorporate a Website Into Your Executive Career Marketing Documents

6 Reasons to Incorporate a Website Into Your Executive Career Marketing Documents

What comes to mind when you hear “executive career marketing documents?” Likely, the first things you think of are an executive resume and a value proposition letter. If you think about it for another second or two, you may come up with a LinkedIn profile and executive bio. One of the least thought-of and underrated…

Executive Interviews: How to Know if It’s Not a Fit

Executive Interviews: How to Know if It’s Not a Fit

Whether you’ve recently participated in an executive interview or have one coming up, it’s important to keep a balanced perspective. Rather than a straight-up interrogation, it is a chance for both parties to evaluate the fit with the other. Executive interviews are a two-way street. Both the company and the candidate need to make an…

5 Types of Executive Interview Questions to Prepare For

5 Types of Executive Interview Questions to Prepare For

Executive interviews can be intimidating, to say the least. Demonstrating integrity and building trust between the interviewer and interviewee are key components, as well as balancing a conversational ebb and flow throughout the discussion. Ultimately, an executive interview is stressful because it is an emotional experience for all stakeholders, with the goal of finding the…

CHRO Resumes: How to go Beyond “Human Resources”

If you could pick the top 2 business functions and C-Suite roles that the global COVID-19 pandemic shone a spotlight on, what would they be? Likely, the first would be information technology and the CTO. Countless employees were moved to remote work in the blink of an eye, many without previous digital infrastructure. Digital transformation…

5 Tips to Conquer your Next Board Interview

5 Tips to Conquer Your Next Board Interview

Congratulations! You scheduled a board interview! Now what? A board interview will have a different focus and flow than the average CXO interview. The most productive board interviews will be cooperative, informative, and conversational. Ultimately, the board interview should be a balanced 2-way evaluation; both board and candidate aim to make an informed decision on…