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Monthly Archives: February, 2015

Do you feel unfulfilled in your executive position? Perhaps volunteering could be the solution…

I’ve talked, in previous blogs, of the issues some executives face in their career. One problem that some high-achievers may encounter is the feeling of being unfulfilled – after spending years climbing to the top of the ladder, some executives feel their career stops offering them any sort of challenge. Without a goal to aim …

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Fire-fighting today is challenging enough, but what will be of concern to tomorrow’s executives?

The one constant in life is that everything changes. Think of how differently our lives are today to how things were for your parents and grandparents. Amongst many other things, new technology has appeared and attitudes have altered and broadened. Companies that haven’t rolled with the changes and adapted are likely to be few in …

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When team building days go wrong….

A few months ago I wrote some blogs on the theme of team-building/away days, which struck a chord with readers. I received a few real-life examples of why an away day didn’t work or was unproductive in some way, which got me thinking as to whether this feedback referred to isolated incidents. Once I started …

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Challenges for the executive when moving organisations…

Even when you’re near, or at, the top of an organisation, it’s not set in stone that you’ll never again change jobs. Moving to a new company can be just as unnerving, disruptive and traumatic – probably, even more so – than it would be for anyone else in the company. Below are common challenges …

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