NEW YORK (PRWEB) February 03, 2019
Career transition experts at Next Level have announced the launch of a program, Executive Directive. The program is aimed at moving upper-level executives to the next step of their career path. "High-level men and women, including C-suite executives, confront special problems owing to age, salary, and other considerations including competition that others do not experience," according to Jack Robbins, Next Level CEO. The Executive Directive program is intended to address upward movement in a career but is also concerned with eliminating 'slippage' where a man or woman might find themselves facing a demotion with the attendant scaling back of earnings.
"Target suitability is an important element of designing a successful approach for upper-level men and women," says Jack Robbins. "Following the herd isn't likely to ensure the top-level results our people expect. Though it can be argued that top flight executives can function adequately in any company or sector, our feeling is that the more precise the fit, the better the outcome. A precision result is much sought after."
The Executive Directive program has gone through rigid stress testing and is now being released to the public with special focus on C-suite and upper-level job candidates.