The Rise and Fall of the Premium-Level Executive Explained by Ron Norman of Team Decades

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The rise and fall of the premium-level executive was the subject of a seminar given to a group of senior executive job candidates today preparing them for the worst if appropriate measures weren't implemented. The speaker was Ron Norman of Team Decades (http://www.teamdecades.com).

The rise and fall of the premium-level executive was the subject of a seminar given to a group of senior executive job candidates today preparing them for the worst if appropriate measures weren't implemented. The speaker was Ron Norman of Team Decades (http://www.teamdecades.com).

"The number of executives who distinguish themselves as major players in the corporate world is about two out of ten." Norman began. "These are the men and woman who are responsible for quantum advancement in their sectors of industry; they are the ones corporations seek out and for whom they will pay premium prices once they are recognized." The trick, Norman points out, is to ensure that you are being recognized for your accomplishments and not merely the chronology of your corporate engagements. "Age can be a double-edged sword and the perception of ability and experience can degenerate into the idea that one has stayed too long at the fair can loom if counter-measures aren't taken."

"Because a job candidate has major accomplishments to his or her credit does not mean that they are widely known and understood by those in a position to hire," Norman cautions. "The candidate must put forth a campaign that will paint a picture of his or her past and give one to understand what the future might hold if he or she is hired."

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