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BlueSteps chats with AESC executive search consultants about the latest trends for CFOs and finance executives. In this article, we focus on the current outlook for the CFO role accross the globe. Download the full white paper, "Executive Search & Career Forecast: Inside the Chief Financial Officer Role" for more.

James Langston and Julie Kanak, Diversified Search/AltoPartners, USA

BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of Executive Search and Your Life Sciences Career, featuring Adam Gates, from eg.1, and Luis Truchado, from Eurogalenus.

Some of the questions asked included:

BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of executive search and your financial services career, featuring Stephen Konstans, from Pearson Partners International, John Ryan, from TRANSEARCH USA, and Kimberly Sernel, from BlueSteps Executive Career Services.

Some of the questions asked included:

BlueSteps chats with AESC executive search consultants about the latest trends for CFOs and finance executives. In this article, we focus on whether or not it's possible for CFOs to make the transition to CEO. Download the full white paper, "Executive Search & Career Forecast: Inside the Chief Financial Officer Role" for more.

cfo_career_white_paper-coverJames Langston and Julie Kanak, Diversified Search/AltoPartners, USA

BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of Executive Search and Your CFO Position, featuring Catherine Bell, from BluEra, and Rick Cannellos, from Epsen Fuller Group.

Some of the questions asked included:

For more on this topic, register for the "Top Strategies for Networking with Executive Search Consultants” webinar.

An integral part of any executive’s career strategy should involve networking and forming relationships with executive search consultants. Whether embarking on a job search or proactively managing their career progression, all executives should make time to work with search consultants.

Although retained executives search consultants work for the hiring organization, not the candidate, it is possible to build mutually convenient relationships with them to improve your career.

When hiring executive level talent a business may keep the search in-house, leveraging their own networks and processes, or they may look outside their organization for help, and choose either an executive search consulting firm or contingent recruiter. This document focuses on the difference between executive search consulting and contingent recruiters.
 

BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of executive search in the manufacturing and industrial sector, featuring Dominic Briance, from eg1, and John Ryan, from TRANSEARCH USA.

Some of the questions asked included:

BlueSteps members have exclusive access to the database of the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants – global recruiting professionals who are placing executives at companies all around the world. However, simply “spamming” these recruiters with your resume is not the way to create connections and build a network.

Always remember that recruiters are not in the business of finding jobs for people. Rather, they are paid to find a small slate of well-qualified candidates for their client companies. They regard themselves as experts at finding the right person through research, outreach, and insider knowledge. They are not “trolling for resumes.”

BlueSteps recently hosted an #ExecCareer Chat on the topic of Executive Search and Your Chief Operations Officer (COO) Career, featuring Cathy Logue, from Stanton Chase, and John Ryan, from TRANSEARCH USA.

Some of the questions asked included: