BlueSteps Career Management and Executive Search Blog
The BlueSteps Career Management Blog is written with a C-level audience in mind on career management topics ranging from executive compensation, executive resumes, and interview tips to networking, executive job search, and gaining visibility as a professional in one’s industry.
The BlueSteps Executive Search Blog links senior executive candidates to actual retained search recruitment insights from AESC member executive recruiters, BlueSteps career advisors and other guest writers.
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Large industry events provide an excellent opportunity to make connections that could help further your career, either now or in the future. But do you know how to make the most out of those all important conversations? There is a fine line between having a conversation and having a conversation that makes a meaningful impression and establishes a solid business and personal relationship.
Here are three networking techniques which can be used to ensure that connections lead to real business opportunities.
DALLAS (November 19, 2009) – The Regus Group (LSE: RGU), the world’s largest provider of workplace solutions, and BlueSteps, the career management service that provides senior executives with continual exposure to the world’s leading executive search firms, announced the launch of an alliance that will offer BlueSteps members substantial benefits from Regus.
The Strategic Challenges of Leading Global Organizations
At the AESC 2009 Annual Americas conference, Adrian Wooldridge moderated a discussion of the strategic choices facing global companies in terms of asset and resource allocation, management and decision making structures and growth parameters with a leading CEO and Dean of the Business School for the World.