Founder/CEO at IRC USA - Exceptional People, International & IRC Global Technology Practice Leader
“Throughout the different regions where we have activities, IRC Global Executive Search Partners has been able to support us in finding strong candidates for the open positions we have had within our fast growing organisation. With a very professional and consistent approach, they have proven to be a true and reliable partner in business. What started as a good relationship with IRC Netherlands has now grown with us throughout continental Europe. I have recommended them and will continue to do so for their excellent work in one of HR's key areas of expertise.”
Changing jobs can be a challenging process. From interview anxiety to long waiting periods without a response, changing jobs can begin to take a toll on you. Fortunately, developing and understanding Emotional Intelligence (EI) can make this process easier. EI has been increasingly discussed because of its importance in effective leadership, however, emotional intelligence applies to all aspects of life including changing jobs.
In business as in life, we tend to expect our leaders to have an inherent ability to show the way, and to act as role models for the behaviour they expect to see from others.
What’s going to put you ahead of the other 1 billion talented people out there? We’d all like to believe that a combination of talent and hard work will lead to career success. This is partly true. Talent and hard work may lead to some success – if you measure success according to a good job at a solid company.