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I typically travel solo, but observing a lawyer with a client at the airport last week made me realize there should be an etiquette guide for business travel with your manager or a client. Though I've written Road Warrior blogs, I'm certainly no Ms. Manners of the road, but the following seem obvious.
The primary rule is to adapt your behavior to that of your manager or client. Do not be high-maintenance. This ...
The executive search process is a two-way street. While much attention is given to a candidate making the best first impression that they can, it is important for clients to remember that they need to nail that first impression, too.
Successful searches are built on a foundation of open communication, and well before interviewing a candidate, a client should provide as much access as necessary to its executive search partner, so that the team, company ...