Dec

A lesson in career mathematics: Resilience ≈ Opportunity

by Sarah BeckerVice President at Charles Aris Inc.

In our modern world of rapid change, resilience has become even more important to career success.

Resilience is defined by the ability to recover quickly from challenges. We have to be ready for the unknown, to quickly adjust when the unexpected occurs. By adopting a few simple practices, there are many ways in which we can build or rebuild..

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Dec

Lucas Durr joins Finance & Accounting recruiting practice at Charles Aris

by Joe MettsMarketing Coordinator at Charles Aris

International executive search firm Charles Aris Inc. has expanded its professional services with the addition of Lucas Durr to its Finance & Accounting recruiting practice. Durr will identify and recruit leaders for private equity portfolio companies in Industrial Manufacturing. He will team with Charles Aris senior vice president Jim Etling,..

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Nov

The Power of LinkedIn (Part I): Why it remains important for pros everywhere

by Devin Treger & Ashlee WagnerCharles Aris Inc.

If you aren’t maximizing the use of your LinkedIn profile, chances are you’re missing out! Executives engage on LinkedIn for three primary reasons: to search for new job opportunities; to network with peers; and to stay connected with experts and their ideas.

Whether LinkedIn is used to seek career opportunities or to connect with peers, it’s a..

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Nov

Keep your relationships intact during career transitions

by Greg Harper and Joe MettsCharles Aris Inc.

The last time we connected, we discussed best practices to avoid the lure of easy money, instead focusing on key elements of a new opportunity that sets you up for success in the short and long terms. Evaluating opportunities is just half the battle. In fact, navigating the transition process from your old role to your new one can be just as..

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Oct

When bad hires happen to good people

by Joe MettsMarketing Coordinator at Charles Aris Inc.

Organizations around the world are hyperfocused on the bottom line. For those running lean, that means maximizing the value of each team member, process and action. On the other side of the coin, most organizations recognize the value of A-level talent and are willing to fairly compensate individuals they view as legitimate difference..

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