No matter how impressive your skills might be, if you’re not taking the right steps – whether it’s perfecting the elevator pitch or acing the video interview – you could get lost in the shuffle, says executive recruiter Judy Kirby.
Every organization wants to hire the best candidate, but in reality, it’s not always feasible – it may not even be necessary, says Judy Kirby, who shares some of the lessons she’s learned from 30 years of executive recruiting.
Feeling passionate about their job isn’t enough – team members need to feel engaged, says Judy Kirby, who offers advice on how to cultivate a healthy environment.
The unemployment rate may be low, but the demand for top health IT leaders is as high as ever, says Judy Kirby, who offers advice on how to attract the best and brightest in healthcare and cybersecurity.
Lack of proper crisis prevention and response can severely damage an organization’s financial status and credibility, says Judy Kirby, who provides practical advice on how to minimize the damage.
From failing to set expectations to multitasking during interviews, there are 10 common mistakes that can send top executive candidates running from your organization, says Judy Kirby.
It doesn’t take an hour to get a strong message across, as was demonstrated when three influential CIOs took the stage during CHIME TED Talks and shared best practices in areas like innovation, security, and patient engagement.
Whether it’s by improving willpower or better understanding the art of persuasion, we all have room to grow professionally, says Judy Kirby, who shares some great influential reads.
Developing relationships with recruiters not only exposes you to new opportunities – it can also help build your network and strengthen your reputation, says Judy Kirby, who shares tips on how to stay at the top of the list.