Quantic Blog

How to Become a CEO Your Path to Chief Executive Officer

Dreaming of becoming a CEO? You can turn that dream into a reality with some sweat, smarts, and a whole lot of dedication to the climb. No matter what….

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Jonny Tooze

Why It’s Time To Embrace New Ways Of Working

It’s a luxury being a small business. With less than a hundred employees, making a change is really pretty simple. We discuss the idea…..

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David Robinson

Leading Through Uncertainty And Change

The military’s collaborative planning process creates a shared information environment that enables rapid adjustments during changing circumstances. Here’s how you can use it to increase agility and stay competitive

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IESE Business School Blog

Changing sectors mid-career? Yes, it’s possible

Have you been feeling stuck for a long time, like you’ve reached the height of where you can aspire already? You want to take a step in another direction, take on new challenges, but you wonder whether, after 15 or 20 years working, it’s too late to reinvent yourself.

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The WSJ

Acing Tricky Questions

On her second round of interviews for an editorial job in Chicago, Jess Wangsness was asked: If you could be a giraffe without a neck or an elephant without a trunk, which would you choose and why?

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IESE Business School Blog

How to become a Google executive with an MBA

When we think of a professional like Fuencisla Clemares (MBA ’00), one of the first questions that comes to mind is where does she get the time to do so many things and so well. It really seems like her days are longer than everyone else’s. Are they?

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Sally Blount & Paul Leinwand

How Do I Become a CEO

There are three breakthrough pathways that the most successful C-suite residents tend to leverage.

Being a Fixer, Relationship maven or a Passion player

If you’re someone who aspires to lead an organization in order to create real change, let’s see what it takes to lead thousands of employees and be outstanding at it

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CareerProPlus Blog

Landing a C-Suite Job

New executive openings are more likely to occur in growing business segments
The ability to think and act strategically is expected of executive leaders, and you must employ tactical capabilities as you conduct your executive job search. Here are a few things you should consider when trying to get an executive job.

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Cassandra Frangos

Unlocking The C-Suite

C-suite Functions Are In Permanent Flux: As organizations become flatter and more team-based, levels of management are shrinking. While this makes team makeup more important across the board, it also means that top teams are expanding, with today’s CEOs having more direct reports than in the past

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Wealthchoice Blog

4 Resources you Need if you’re aiming for the C-Suite

As with any goal, if the C-Suite is where you want to be, you need a plan. And then you need to get the best resources to help you implement your plan.
Being smart, accomplished and talented is not enough to get to the C-Suite.

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Find My Profession blog

Navigating a C-Suite Job Search

The best advice for navigating a C-Suite Executive job search is:
Be ready to be recruited, Be patient with recruiters and the process, Update your marketing documents to show that you are successful, Make yourself visible, Network well, Be prepared for interviews.

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IGotAnOffer Guide

The ultimate guide to Case interview

Preparing for case interviews does not have to be complicated. Go from “What are case interviews?” to “I am confident I can get a job at McKinsey, BCG or Bain” using this guide

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Jessica H. Hernandez in Medium

Pandemic Job Search Guide for Mid-level & Executives

A Compact resource galore for Mid-career professionals and executives who have been laid off or are in stalled job searches due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This post also includes Video Interviewing Techniques, Networking Tips, and Hidden Job Market Strategies

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Jeff Altman in Medium

Successfully landing in the C-Suite

One of the core beliefs in the United States is that if you work hard and do a good job, you will get ahead. Putting aside the obvious error of this belief, the person who actually gets ahead, isn’t always the smartest or doesn’t work the hardest. People get ahead by being alert to opportunity

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Kelli Smith in Skillcrush

5 Creative Tech Careers You’ll Love

When I told my family and friends that I wanted to learn how to code, I heard a lot of this: “But why would you want to get into technology? You’re so creative!” They meant well, but it turns out that there are plenty of jobs for creative types in the tech industry

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Kit Warchol in Skillcrush

How to Start a New Career in Web Design

If you’re considering starting a new career in tech, there’s a huge list of niches and job roles to consider and even more paths to getting there. But one of the first choices you’ll likely make is pretty straightforward: design or development?

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Josh Spector in For The Interested Newsletter

What To Do When Your Career Doesn’t Match Your Interests

Seven concepts to help you find a new path. I’m sharing what I suggested to my friend who is not sure how to find direction and move forward in his career. I’m hoping it can help you if you find yourself similarly lost or confused

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Syk Houdeib in Medium

How I got my first developer job at age 40

I’m sitting in a café in the heart of Madrid, having a cup of coffee, tapping away at my laptop while it rains outside. In a few moments I will walk into my first day as a front-end developer. 10 months ago I was an English teacher in Granada who knew nothing about programming, and now I’m here. How did this happen

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Shane Parrish in fsblog

Mental Models for Career Changes

Career changes are some of the biggest moves we will ever make, but they don’t have to be daunting. Using mental models to make decisions we determine where we want to go and how to get there. The result is a change that aligns with the person we are, as well as the person we want to be.

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Lou Adler in LinkedIn Pulse

12 Ways to Get a Job Interview and One Way Not To

Job Hunting Tip #1: don’t apply directly to any job posting. The only exception to this rule is if you’re a perfect fit based on the skills, experiences and titles listed on the job description. If you’re not perfect, you shouldn’t spend more than 20% of your time applying to jobs. However, if you think you can do the job, even if you’re not a perfect match on the requirements listed, there are many things you can do to get an interview

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