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President Jill Christie reported in a recent CEO Update that Tuft data confirms current trends: Average tenures of five to seven years for association chief executives are “becoming the norm.” She added: “You are not seeing CEOs who stay for 13 years or more.” In addition to moving into retirement, CEOs also step down when board priorities....

“The chance to see and visit with dozens of colleagues and clients from around the country made ASAE 2018 so valuable,” says Jill Christie, Tuft president. ASAE’s Annual Meeting & Exposition was held at Chicago’s McCormick Place, Aug 18-21, bringing together thousands of association colleagues for learning, networking, and socializing. “It was particularly rewarding to....

Don’t assume you automatically have the inside track, Tuft President Jill Christie advises internal candidates in executive searches. “Be well-prepared and ready to compete to get the job,” she stressed in the most recent CEO Update. In some cases, internal candidates may have the edge in top job searches because they can hit the ground....

Tuft President Jill Christie and consultants Mary McMahon and Kathy Bell share their insights into some trends they’re seeing in the marketplace and what employers and job candidates can expect in 2019: Candidates’ market. Organizations have to be prepared to compete for quality candidates, many of whom are attracting more than one job offer and....

President Jill Christie commented on the impact of the #MeToo movement on executive search and candidate recruitment in Ask the Recruiter in a recent issue of CEO Update:   How has the #MeToo movement affected searches? “Objectivity in executive search always has been important, but in the wake of the #MeToo movement, we are being even more....