Is frozen middle of your company is dying? And why you should embrace employees who move around a lot. This CEO has these answers and more!

Is frozen middle of your company is dying? And why you should embrace employees who move around a lot. This CEO has these answers and more!

Show Notes

Baby boomers believe in tenures and hunkering down to make things work.  [03:58]

Baby boomers: they’re terrific mentors.  [4:49]

The big gap in communication styles between baby boomers and millennials  [06:16]

On Hireclout keeping the human touch in their recruiting process  [08:59]

How can you make true connections?  [09:48]

Geographic challenges in recruiting and how Hireclout addresses them  [13:47]

How jobs have changed over the years  [20:15]

The future of executive positions   [24:17]

Avetis’ advice to those who want to grow in their career: Don’t just do what you love. Move around and do different roles.  [25:07]

Is mid-level management dying, and why?  [25:42]

Looking to make a career change? Avetis has 6 steps to help you make the right move.  [29:19]

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Quotes

I believe companies are flattening out. So you’re going to see less hierarchy. You’re going to see less decisions coming from the top down, more from the bottom up. — Avetis Antaplyan

 I think mid-level management is going to be dying. — Avetis Antaplyan

You got to be ready to pivot in your position, in your roles. You got to be comfortable taking a half-step back to take three steps forward. — Avetis Antaplyan

 

Links and Mentions

HLW Episode 38: Interview with Avetis Antaplyan, Part 1

Avetis Antaplyan on LinkedIn

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