by Julia Salem
Sep 6 2016
BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of ageism, featuring Cathy Logue, Stanton Chase.
Some of the questions asked included:
- Is ageism most common amongst older executives or can young executives experience it as well?
- When developing their personal brands, how can both older and younger executives position their age as a positive?
- How do executive search consultants help to improve age and other types of diversity at companies?
- How can seasoned and younger executives ensure their resumes don’t get them screened out due to age?
- How do search pros assist seasoned career changers, particularly since they specialize in an industry or function?
- What kinds of actions or questions do employers need to avoid related to age discrimination?
- Due to ageing demographics, is there increase in demand for seasoned execs?
If you missed it, catch up on all the excellent advice that was given in the Storify transcript below.
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