Fortune Small Business - Taking Your Business to the Next Level



Heidi Albert can perfectly recall the moment she knew her time was up. It was late 2006, and business was booming at Doctor Bobby, a children's allergen-free skin-care company she had co-founded three years earlier with pediatric dermatologist Dr. Robert Buka.

BBJ - Headhunters Report Challenge in CEO Search


By Jennifer LeClaire
Special to the Journal

Global CEO turnover reached record levels for the second year in a row and may be peaking, according to Booz Allen Hamilton’s fifth annual survey of CEO turnover at the world’s 2,500 largest public companies.

The Wall Street Journal - To Snag a Job Offer, Learn What Damages You Do in Interviews


By Joann S. Lublin

William Olson has switched employers seven times in 25 years, usually because a search firm persued him. His success stems in part from his refusal to cooperate unless the recruiter promises to give him frank feedback about his performance during interviews.

BBJ - Wanted: Engineering execs to play key product role

Hire Boston

February 10-16, 2008

By Jennifer LeClaire

Special to the Journal

Most new products fail. While many of those failures could be blamed on poor marketing or just off-target ideas, even the greatest invention and most brilliant marketing won't save a poorly engineered product. - Getting on Board


Being a member of a board of directors isn't easy, but offers great rewards. Here are eight points to help improve your chances of being selected for a board.

By Dora Vell

While the country club days are long gone, board membership still delivers substantial-even unparalleled-dividends. - Your Resume is Mission Critical


A tight labor market means the right resume is essential to getting ahead.

By Dora Vell

With the current competitive job market conditions, constructing a great resume is mission critical. Essential to giving job candidates an all-important head start, the resume is more than just a mere calling card. - Finding Hidden Gems on Your Career Path


Great careers don't just happen. Here's how to mine the opportunities to maximize your potential.

By Dora Vell

Shining careers don't just happen; they're created by individuals wisely and strategically managing their professional lives.

Mass High Tech - Career Road Hazards


By Dora Vell

Underemployment and just plain unemployment has been a hard reality for many C-level executives during the past four years. An unscheduled career disruption for many top-tier players, it's a situation that leaves both potential employers and stalled executives wondering what caused the professional slowdown.

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