Executive Profiling

Bucheon, Irving H.
November 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Nov2011, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p19
The article discusses the five stages of executive profiling. Questions that executives can ask themselves during the various stages of executive profiling namely range, ego, thinking, starting points, and end points are presented. The author reminds executives that observation is a skill, self-observation is science, and rendering is an art. He also suggests recasting the five stages into the executive interviewing process.


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