OK, I wasn’t anywhere near Interstate 85 during the fire and the subsequent collapse. That event, although tragic, didn’t affect me at all, well, at least not yet. In fact, I was at least twenty miles to the Northwest in… Continue reading
To complete the recap of my presentation and follow on discussion with the BENG Group earlier this month, it is appropriate to address the remaining questions posed to me. Those three questions are addressed herein below.
1. After all these… Continue reading
Last week I posted on the talk I gave to the Business Executives Networking Group (BENG) on “Working With Executive Recruiters." Most of the discussion following the presentation was on the question of overcoming age discrimination. This is the primary concern… Continue reading
This past year, I experienced three rather unique, but similar search assignments. I found them to be interesting if not a little odd. The employers were established and profitable, but not necessarily on anyone’s radar screen as a highly desirable… Continue reading
It is rare for me to work with candidates who lack experience working with recruiters. After 18 years in the executive search business, most of my work is with senior executives who know the drill. However, from time… Continue reading
New Century Dynamics Executive Search announces new assignment: Controller for a Southeastern-based Casual Dining Brand.
January 8, 2017: New Century Dynamics Executive Search announces new assignment: Controller for a Southeastern-based Casual Dining Brand.
$100M Atlanta based company is seeking to hire a CONTROLLER to oversee accounting and finance functions. This is an exciting challenge for… Continue reading
Your ability to express yourself in an effective manner is critical to landing a job. In this post, I focus on your communication skills with the Executive Recruiter.
As I mentioned in recent posts, my searches are generating a very high volume of candidates. Most are gainfully employed. It is clear that there is a lot of competition for jobs, especially for a step up, or a better… Continue reading