After many years of coaching senior and high-potential leaders, I'm seeing a heightened sense of anxiety in corporate C-suites at this time.
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Armonk, New York (PRWEB) June 11, 2008
Simon Group Ltd., an executive career coaching firm servicing major corporations in the tri-state area, has launched the Executive Tribune (http://www.executivetribune.com)], an online publication focusing on the distinct career needs of executives.
"After many years of coaching senior and high-potential leaders, I'm seeing a heightened sense of anxiety in corporate C-suites at this time." states Michael Simon, president of the Simon Group. "The disruption in the banking system coupled with the spiraling effects of the U.S. economic downturn has many executives on edge about their futures."
The Executive Tribune responds to current and pressing career issues with both relevant information and expert advice. As the author of its daily blog, Michael Simon covers the executive lifecycle with authentic case studies, processes and outcomes - providing insight and perspective into the personal career management issues facing today's business leaders.
About Michael Simon
As a pioneer in the career transition field, Michael Simon was a founding member of the Association of Outplacement Professionals and served on the board of Execunet. He is a frequent guest speaker before professional and industry audiences on such topics as: Executive Presence, Leadership, Career Management, Communication, Collaboration and Decision Making.
Prior to starting the Simon Group, he served as the Director of the country's largest career development program under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Labor.
About Simon Group Ltd.
Having been involved in corporate layoffs for almost three decades, the Simon Group (http://www.simongroupltd.com) has worked with thousands of executives and brings to the Executive Tribune, a storehouse of reliable experience.
Over 200 corporations have utilized the career coaching services of the Simon Group, including American Express, AXA Financial, Chase, Citigroup, HSBC, IBM, Nestle, Pepsi, Sony and UBS. The firm has managed large-scale workforce reductions for such companies as AT&T, Lehman, Philip Morris, Readers Digest, Saab and Union Carbide.
For information, contact:
Rose Emerson, Editor
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