Archive for November, 2009

Susan Goldberg speaks about “How to Find Companies that are Hiring” at Pace University

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

Susan Goldberg of SGES is a guest speaker at Pace University.  Susan is one of four panelists, one of two career coaches, chosen to speak about “How to Find Companies that are Hiring in a Down Market”.  The program is organized by the esteemed Dr. Barry Miller, Phd, Manager of Pace University’s Alumni Career Programs and Services.   The event is held at One Pace Plaza in the multi-purpose room at the University.  Susan offers constructive advice to alumni and prospective graduates from Lubin’s undergraduate and graduate programs.  Each panelist is requested to provide a ten minute introduction focused upon a view of the current job market and tips regarding how to find companies that are hiring.  Afterwards, there is a group question and answer session.  (If you are viewing this from a blog and would like additional information, please visit

Susan Goldberg’s article on working for a family-owned business is published in “Woman Around Town”

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Susan Goldberg’s article is published in the  November 4, 2009 weekly online newsletter, “Woman Around Town” ( .  The article sits within the “working around” section of the weekly website and is entitled  “Working for a Family Owned Business”.    The piece was targeted toward recent graduates and talks about the pros and cons of working for a family-owned business (when the family is not related to the employee).   It pulls together information gathered from personal interviews with experienced professionals across the country in industries which include retail, law, manufacturing, medicine, media, and architecture.   All of the professionals interviewed related their own personal experiences in working for family-owned businesses.

SGES visits Grace Outreach’s South Bronx location.

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

SGES travels to the South Bronx to see Grace Outreach’s operations during an active school day.  We meet the administrative staff, the teachers, the new Executive Director, Andrew Rubinson, and experience an actual class in progress.   We learn how the young women became aware of the school and its programs and how committed the students have to be to stay in the program. 

It is apparent that Grace Outreach is very special and that Susan Goldberg Executive Search Consulting wants to support the organization. Besides donating a small percentage of every fee that SGES receives to the non-profit, we envision other initiatives that would help the organization.  We would like to be able to create awareness for the organization, speak with the women who attend the program, have some of our corporate clients be role models for the women by speaking with them at the school, and perhaps even have corporate clients organize field trips for some of the students to visit their offices in an effort to expand the young women’s horizons and knowledge outside the classroom setting.