Tag: CFO

CFOs Asked to be Corporate Strategists as Technology Increases Impact

Over the last few posts Managing Director of Stanton Chase, Paul Herrerias, has joined us to discuss some best practices for recruiting chief financial officers (CFOs) and how you can retain this new hire through great onboarding. In this final installment, Herrerias will discuss some of the issues that are redefining the role of the […]

Expert Tips for Recruiting and Retaining Chief Financial Officers

In a tight labor market, recruiting top talent is tough, and even more so when you’re looking to recruit executive roles. But fear not, we’ve got an expert who is sharing some tips to help you recruit and retain a Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

One Position You Won’t Have to Recruit for in 2019: CFO

While employers across the country are gearing up to attract talent in the coming year, one position that won’t require any recruiting is that of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). A new survey, released by Robert Half Management Resources, finds that almost half of all respondents say their company doesn’t have a succession plan in place […]

Addressing Bias in the Workplace

A new study identifies key ways in which bias occurs when grooming and promoting talent, maps out which talent cohorts perceive this bias most and how they perceive it, measures its cost to corporate bottom lines, and offers data demonstrating correlations between specific solutions and a lower incidence of perceived bias.

How Would You Rate Your Legal Eagle?

Within today’s headlines, it doesn’t take long to see just how quickly a thorny legal issue can spell corporate catastrophe. That’s one reason companies conduct regular legal counsel audits—to ensure ongoing compliance and to minimize the chances that preventable risks disrupt growth and success.

Getting Diverse Personalities on the Same Page

By Cameron Herold In yesterday’s Advisor, Cameron Herold, founder of COO Alliance and author of Meetings Suck: Turning One of the Most Loathed Elements of Business into One of the Most Valuable, described four different personalities: Dominants, Expressives, Analyticals, and Amiables. Today Herold provides advice on getting these personalities to work together well in meetings.