The Perils of Quiet Quitting: A Guide for Leaders

The Perils of Quiet Quitting: A Guide for Leaders

Understanding the phenomenon of quiet quitting is crucial for fostering productivity and a positive organizational culture. Explore these valuable tips.

Maintaining a Powerful LinkedIn Profile: A Guide for Senior Executives

Maintaining a Powerful LinkedIn Profile: A Guide for Senior Executives

Maintaining a powerful LinkedIn profile is crucial to your career, personal branding and professional networking. Dive into these tips to learn how.

Finding a Job After 50

Finding a Job After 50

Finding a job after 50 presents unique challenges and opportunities. Learn how to leverage decades of experience in an ever-evolving job market.

Are CFOs Being Asked to Do Too Much?

Are CFOs Being Asked to Do Too Much?

by Stephen P. Konstans, formerly an SVP at Pearson Partners International As an executive recruiter, I spend much of my time with client companies hiring top financial and accounting talent and talking with CFOs and CFOs-in-Waiting about their careers. When I started recruiting in the financial and accounting space many years ago, life was much more straightforward for CFOs and their teams. It essentially consisted of reporting numbers, handling financial […]

What Will Be Different This Time?

What Will Be Different This Time?

What will be different this time? Learn from past mistakes to make real progress towards your goals.

The Business of NIL: Five All-Stars on the Changing World of College Athletics

The Business of NIL: Five All-Stars on the Changing World of College Athletics

      By Stephen P. Konstans Former Senior Vice President For over a century, student-athletes were not allowed to make money from their name, image or likeness (NIL) through sponsorship deals. Last year, those regulations unraveled thanks to a historic 9-0 Supreme Court ruling. Now that student-athletes are over a year into owning their NIL rights, we spoke with five all-stars to hear the latest developments in the business […]

When You Are at Your Best, What Are You Doing?

When You Are at Your Best, What Are You Doing?

Recently, I shared an exercise to align your actions with your purpose. What if you are unsure of your purpose? Here is a question to help: When you are at your best, what are you doing? Identifying your moments of greatest strength and fulfillment can show how you can provide the most value to the world. For example, are you in your element when giving a presentation? Do you feel […]

Am I Working Toward My Highest Purpose?

Am I Working Toward My Highest Purpose?

Are you working toward your highest purpose? Great leaders periodically hold up a mirror to help align actions and achievements with intentions.

Work-from-Home: The New Normal or an Aberration?

Work-from-Home: The New Normal or an Aberration?

In March 2020 at the onset of the global pandemic, the U.S. workforce underwent a nearly overnight shift to working from home. The speed at which most of our U.S. workers successfully pivoted to work-from home is an incredible testament to the ingenuity and adaptability of the human spirit. Fifteen months later, many people are contemplating what work will look like in a post-pandemic era, whether in-office, at home or […]

D CEO Names Renee Arrington to Dallas 500 Most Powerful Business Leaders

D CEO Names Renee Arrington to Dallas 500 Most Powerful Business Leaders

Renee Arrington, President & Chief Operating Officer of Dallas-based global executive search firm Pearson Partners International, has been honored as one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s most powerful business leaders in the 2021 D CEO Dallas 500.