Falling off a horse is a popular metaphor for many executives who find themselves displaced and looking for their next employer.
Every week, without exception, we meet executives who have jumped back on their horses. For some it may work but for the majority, dare I say the vast majority, it is the wrong approach. Not only are you less likely to find a job this way, but it will take longer, and the job you get is less likely to be the right job.
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About the Author
Robert Hebert is the founder and Managing Partner of StoneWood Group Inc., a leading executive search firm in Canada. Since 1981, he has helped firms across a wide range of sectors address their senior recruiting, assessment and leadership development requirements.
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