On The Management Side
- Outplaced executives opting for alternative careers. McShulskis, Elaine // HRMagazine;Sep96, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p24
Reports on outplaced executives' preference to have an alternative careers, according to a study by Career Partners International. Percentage of total respondents who chose to become self-employed; Reasons why outplaced executives prefer to have an alternative career.
- Becoming your own mentor. Corbitt, Jo Anne // Journal of Property Management;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p4
Focuses on manager's responsibility for career development and progress. Median job tenure for 1996; Best way to develop mentor support; Factors which success of any career depends upon.
- Great Expectations? What the future holds for young managers. // Management Services;Jan2003, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p6
The article describes the results of a survey conducted by the Chartered Management Institute on the values and beliefs that shape the working lives of 25 to 35 year old managers. The survey aimed to explore perceptions of Great Britain corporate culture, assess work patterns; level of job...
- Personal Power Enhancement: A Way to Executive Success. Reichman, Walter; Levy, Marguerite // Management Review;Mar77, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p28
Presents ways of enhancing self-confidence and job performance for managers in the U.S. Initiation of contact and achievement of cooperation among people; Development of specializations and expertise.
- How to Know If Someone Is Ready to Be a Manager. Ranieri, Anna // Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;6/2/2016, p2
The author discusses issues in human resource management, particularly how to determine if an employee has managerial qualities, citing some of the skills and personalities to look for like an awareness of the nature of management and emotional intelligence.
- Lessons From a Young Advisor. Mseka, Ayo // Advisor Today;Jun2007, Vol. 102 Issue 6, p37
The article features Paul Adams, an advisor and owner of Las Vegas-based Clearline Financial Group. The author discussed the brief review of Adams' career development. He also cited the factors that led Adams to be successful. Moreover, according to Adams, the keys to success are professional...
- A Model for Executive Development. Edelstein, Bertram C.; Armstrong Jr., David J. // Human Resource Planning;1993, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p51
New organizational structures and cultures are placing a premium on new management behaviors and skills. Management behavior that has worked in the past is viewed as out of sync with the workplace and, in many cases, leads to the demise of the heretofore successful executive. Corporations invest...
- THE HEDONIST IN THE GREY FLANNEL SUIT. Evans, Heather // Management Review;Apr85, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p30
Presents the views of a young manager of today about corporate life in the United States. Comparison with young corporate managers of yesteryears; Rewards of career achievement; Factoring fulfillment into career decisions; Sacrifices of time and relationships; Motivation; Satisfaction.
- DEFINING EXECUTIVE PRESENCE. // MICE Talk;Feb2014, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p52
The article offers tips on how to define and to spot executive presence. The author mentions that executive presence is one quality that is closely linked with positive attention and promotions. Recommendations in enhancing this attribute include maintaining calmness, dressing up professionally,...