Kristin Colber-Baker and Jevon Thoreson – The Talent Agenda – Moving Forward in a Dynamic World
Vox -The number of women CEOs of Fortune 500 companies has dropped by 25 percent
The decline in women Fortune 500 CEOs is “disappointing,” Ellig said, but also a wake-up call for corporations.Read More
Bold Leaders, Actionable Solutions: Truett Tate & Kathy Higgins Victor
As Seen in Los Angeles Business Journal!
We are so proud to be included in the LA Business Journal publication featuring our recent call to action – “Nine Actionable Solutions to Reimagining Board Diversity.”
To download the article, outlining the nine steps to further diversify your boards of directors, click HERE
The importance of a personal brand – Janice Reals Ellig – CEO Ellig Group
Bold Leaders, Actionable Solutions: Pat Russo & Stephan Tanda
Reimagining Search With Ellig Group
As our clients adapt to meet the rapid pace of change across all industries, we, too, have transformed. Ellig Group was established, created organically from its legacy company, Chadick Ellig, and with much of the same team that serviced clients over the years still in place! Our Executive Search Practice, focused on retained senior-level searches for the C-Suite, divisional, and boardroom positions, remains the cornerstone of our business. We continue to work with clients across all industries, including diversified FinancialLearn More
Why it is crucial to stay relevant – Janice Reals Ellig – CEO Ellig Group
How to Build the Career of Your Dreams
From executive recruiting and coaching to advocating for women and minorities to gain leadership roles, Janice Ellig has spent her career helping others craft their own success. In this episode of Talent Champions, hosted by Diana Thomas, Janice shares the big decisions and daily actions that can help you pursue your professional dreams.
A few career building takeaways from this episode…
-Before making a career move, do your homework on the culture. Poor decisions are often the result of a failure to assess culture fit before taking on a new role.
-Invest in relationships. You will need support when you make a mistake or get off track, and those people you’ve helped in the past will be more than happy to stand up for you.
-Find your purpose, love what you do, and make sure you stay relevant even when life demands that your career goes on the back burner.
Click HERE for the entire episode on “How to Build the Career of Your Dreams”