An article posted in USNEWS.com details inevitable trends that will affect the financial future of all Americans. Six observations are made alongside suggestions of how to prepare for each one. To address employment uncertainties, Susan Goldberg remarks on remaining a valuable resource within your company. The advice also applies to those people who are are searching for new employment opportunities. Susan’s comments are contained within the subsection: “uncertainty is here to stay”. To view the complete article in www.usnews.com please click on http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/flowchart/2010/05/26/6-strains-on-your-financial-future. You can also view additional articles written by the journalist at the same link.
Archive for May, 2010
As a follow up to the “Interviewing Secrets” presentation given at Carole Hyatt’s networking salon, Susan Goldberg wrote an article for “Woman Around Town” focused on the specific topic of the changing trend in interview questions. “Latest Trends in Interview Questions – The “It” Factor is the “Fit” Factor” was published in this week’s “Woman Around Town”. It points to the influence of an uncertain economy, the abundance of unemployed highly skilled and experienced professionals, the necessity for companies to hire intelligently without wasting time or additional resources, and young business owners (Gen X and those in their 20’s) expectations of surrounding themselves with a tightly-knit group with shared values that they have become accustomed to all their life, as the drivers of a change in interview questions being asked by progressive companies. To read the article visit the ”working around” section of this week’s www.womanaroundtown.com or simply click on this link, http://www.womanaroundtown.com/working-around/latest-trends-in-interview-questionsthe-“it”-factor-is-the-“fit”-factor. (If you are reading this from a blog, please visit Susan Goldberg Executive Search Consulting, www.susangoldbergsearch.com ).
SGES Co-hosting Networking Event and Career Coaching Workshop, “Trying It on For Size” on June 16, 2010 in NYCWednesday, May 19th, 2010
SGES is organizing a networking event and workshop for professional women who are considering making a career or job change. The event will be held on Wednesday, June 16, 2010 from 5:00 PM until 8:30PM, at the luxurious Carlisle Collection showroom, 16 East 52nd Street, 16th Floor. June 16 Trying it on for Size. The evening will consist of networking and hors d’oeuvres, a half hour devoted to “Attracting Success with a Fresh Approach to Your Business Style” presentation by Leena Gurevich of The Carlisle Collection, an hour devoted to classes focused on “Discovering and Repositioning Your Skills for a New Market” presented by Susan Goldberg of SGES, and an hour devoted to “Communicating Your Value to Others; The Art of Pitching Yourself Clearly, Concisely and With Confidence” presented by Jackie Kellso of Pointmaker Communications. There will be breaks in between the sessions. Each attendee will receive feedback and pointers. The cost for the evening’s event is $45 per person. Attendance is limited to ensure a manageable class size. RSVP by June 9, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SGES cited in Forbes.com article “Don’t Get Stumped In The Interview: The New NEW Interview Questions”Sunday, May 9th, 2010
Susan Goldberg and her retained executive search and career coaching firm were mentioned in the most recent edition of Forbes.com in an article about interviewing. The information was drawn from the “Secrets of Interviewing” presentation which Susan had presented at Carole Hyatt’s Salon for networking on March 24, 2010 (see earlier news item), and from a telephone interview and subsequent email exchanges between the journalist and SGES’ Owner and Principal. It appeared from the interview and email exchanges, that what had most interested the journalist, who was in attendance the evening of the presentation, were the specific examples of recent trends in interviewing questions that Susan detailed at the end of the presentation. Those examples were a combination of interviewing questions which Susan, herself, had used for particular retained search clients who were trying to determine the potential employee fit for their organization along with those questions which she gathered from discussions with a sample of cutting-edge small business owners for the same purpose. The specific questions will be discussed in an upcoming article in “Woman Around Town”. To view the complete article in Forbes.com, please click on http://www.forbes.com/2010/05/06/job-interview-questions-personality-forbes-woman-leadership-career.html. If you are viewing this as a blog and would like to learn more about SGES, please visit www.susangoldbergsearch.com.
The article describes a special high-intensity strength training workout and the noticeable physical results achieved. Evelyn Hatzigeorgiou is credited as the trainer who introduced Susan to this routine and is the trainer she works with for a 20-30 minute session each week. Besides the physical results, additional benefits include being able to attend each session in work clothes and return to the office immediately afterward. Also, total workout time per week can be significantly reduced because of the faster results. The trainee can be in great shape and get in better shape through Evelyn’s system or be a total gym novice, regardless of their age, and become leaner. You can read the article, meet Evelyn and learn the secrets and details behind this highly tauted insiders-only workout plan, at www.womanaroundtown.com/working-around/the-working-woman%e2%80%99s-work-out .