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Issue #31
Date: December 1, 2018


This Month in the RSI Newsletter:
» Leading An Exceptional Interview

Leading An Exceptional Interview

Interviews are not necessarily something candidates or hiring managers eagerly look forward to. Often times we associate the interview with the candidate coming extremely prepared...

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The RSI Executive Search Firm News Center Articles area helps keep you apprised of developments, news and events in your Industry. The RSI Articles area also features "Career Corner," a series focused on Candidate / Job Seeker topics, and "Management Matters," an article series focused on Employer / Management issues.

Industry Trend:
Who Doesn’t Want To Live Longer?
Decemberv 1st, 2018

It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t like the idea of living a longer and healthier life. While the average life span has gown to be impressively long, I think most would agree that life is still too short. Everybody has different advice about what to do to live longer, there are some common themes.

National Geographic writer Dan Buettner studied the four cultures with the longest and healthiest average life spans to find some common characteristics. Those cultures were the ones developed in Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, California; and the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica. In these areas the rates of cardiovascular disease and cancer were significantly lower than the average rates in America and diabetes really wasn’t an issue at all meaning. Buettner reports that he found that people who were considered likable tended to live longer. By likable he means that people want to be around you, typically meaning compassionate, giving, interested and interesting. But don’t fret if you don’t feel as if you are extremely likable at this moment, you have time to become that way! Another important part of living long is having a sense of purpose. This is of course something that develops with time, but should be a thought in the back of your mind, not as a source of stress but as a means of guidance. Identify things that you like to do and that give you great pleasure, they are likely to help lead you on a more fulfilling path. Buettner also found that leading a social life is crucial to your overall health and happiness, even if it means skipping a trip to the gym or eating a bit less healthy. As far as physical activity goes, Buettner who was once himself a world champion cyclist, recommends finding physical activities that you enjoy and that don’t hurt too much. Adjust what you are doing based on your age and abilities. Pushing yourself too far, or doing something you don’t enjoy really isn’t helping you very much in the long run. As far as eating goes, moderation is key. Don’t worry about strict dieting, just remind yourself to take it slow and eat in moderation. Eating with others and controlling your proportions is a good way to do this. Another way to eat less is to eat a big breakfast and to avoid eating much meat. Another surprising discovery of his was that those who go to church tend to live longer as they are typically more social, risk averse and have a way of ridding themselves of church, even if you aren’t particularly religious it is an avenue to consider. All of Buettner’s findings have been fairly widely accepted.


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Career Corner:
Structuring Your Workday Morning
December 1st, 2018

Everyone moves at a different pace in the morning. You’ve seen those “morning people” out there. They’re always ready to go tackle the day, firing on all cylinders at the crack of dawn. Then there are the zombies. These people can’t function until they’ve chugged 3 or 4 cups of coffee. You’ve seen them on the freeway, trudging along at 10 MPH under the speed limit and cutting into your lane without warning. Weather or not we admit it, most of us are more like the zombie than the “morning person”. For many of us, a little more structure is all we need to make the morning less hectic, less stressful, and less miserable. Making just a few adjustments to your morning routine can lead to a more productive and enjoyable workday. Here are some things you can do:

1) Get a good night’s sleep - Ok, this usually isn’t within your control. You can’t always account for an illness, a crying baby, a phone call, outside noises, stress, or other middle-of-the-night interruptions. But, there are some things you can control. First, buy a new mattress every 6-8 years. It’s an investment you’ll be happy you made. Also, give yourself a strict bedtime, even if you’re not tired. Lie down, keep your eyes closed, and take long and deep breaths. You’ll be out in no time. Also, we at RSI are not qualified to give medical advice, but Nyquil usually helps.

2) Plan time for breakfast and exercise - It’s important to understand exactly how long each morning activity takes. Plan about 15 minutes for exercise, even if that just involves taking the dog for a quick walk. Bodily movement will help kick-start your mind. Make sure you know exactly how long it takes to shower and eat breakfast. Remember, every minute right now is important; it’s a minute you could have been sleeping. To save some more time, plan your wardrobe the night before.


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Management Matters:
Management Theory
December 1st, 2018

We live in a profit-driven society. Weather your business provides a service, creates a product, or exists solely to suck some equity out of the global economy, its ultimate goal is clear: make money. Money is like food and water to a business. Without money, it will die. So naturally, the business world is brutal and competitive. It takes strong management to keep any company alive and thriving, especially when the economy is in the tanks. Thankfully the US economy is starting to look up. But, solid management is still as important today as it’s ever been. Over the years, management theory has been written, erased, rewritten, and erased again. It’s the 21st century, and the practice is still evolving. To better understand what it takes to be an effective manager and run a successful business it is important to understand modern management theory and how we got to this point.

For most of history, “managers” were feudal kings, war generals, and slave drivers. Things started to change in the 1800s during the Industrial Revolution, but employers were still largely out of touch with their workers. The classical school of management arose as managers struggled to find ways to train their employees. In the late 19th century, Frederick Taylor helped establish the scientific branch of classical management. Scientific management focused on finding the most efficient way to get work done. This theory can be summarized by: redesigning a coal worker’s shovel. Around this time, Max Weber helped contribute to the administrative branch of classical management. Weber described an objective form authority organization called a bureaucracy. According to Weber, a bureaucracy must have the following characteristics: a well-defined hierarchy, division of labor and speculation, rules and regulations, an impersonal relationship between managers and employees, competence, and detailed record keeping.

In the early 20th century, people began to notice some of the problems with the classical school of management. Specifically, it ignored employee motivation and behavior. The behavioral school of management evolved from these issues. Proponents of the behavioral management theory argued that a better understanding of workers’ motivation, conflict, expectations, and group dynamics improved productivity. This theory can be summarized by: addressing the needs of the coal worker. Abraham Maslow was an early advocate of this theory. He is most known for his hierarchy of human needs, which include: physiological needs, safety needs, esteem needs, and self-actualization needs.

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RSI Case Studies are a record of the extraordinary Search & Recruiting Methodologies that time and time again yield a high R.O.I. for Employers & present high performance Career Opportunities for Candidates.

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Practice: Finance

Finance Practice Search & Recruiting Case Study

Our client-- A U.S.-Based Personal Wealth Management Provider-- had a need for an Inside Sales Manager who was qualified and successful in mentoring business development professionals with entrepreneurial acumen, and strong presentation skills.

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Practice: Medical Device

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Our client--a rapidly growing international Medical Monitoring manufacturer -- had a need for a Sales Recruitment effort for a qualified and successful International Regional Sales Executive who could speak a foreign language. This person needed to have contacts within medical facilities on an international basis and a sales track record to prove it. They also had to have previous technical knowledge of their products.

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