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Why Executive Assistants are important to effective CEOs

The Executive Assistant is critical to the success, health, wellbeing, and time management of the effective CE...

Severin Sorensen on 02 May 2016
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Question: Is it possible to Tell your Employer You Have A Higher Paying Job Offer and Not Alter Your Relationship?

Read Severin Sorensen's answer to I like my job and boss a lot, but I am underpaid. I received an offer from a...

Severin Sorensen on 04 Nov 2015
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Why I chose to be a Vistage Chair?

I have been a Vistage Chair here in Utah since 2010 and it has been a great experience for me individually, fo...

Severin Sorensen on 28 Sep 2015
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Equity Compensation Consideration for Top Executives

A key executive compensation question is often asked of me, 'how much equity should I receive for my given pos...

Severin Sorensen on 22 Sep 2015
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Power of Negotiations

Everyone negotiates. Even deciding not to negotiate is a positioning statement from a negotiator. In our Vista...

Severin Sorensen on 22 Sep 2015
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Mixing Business and Golf: Etiquette and Common Sense

With the US Open last week and the US Senior Open this week, many conversations are turned to golf.

Severin Sorensen on 24 Jun 2015
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Overcoming Resistance to Change: Understanding J-Curve Effect in Business

Have you ever wondered how many initiatives can (or should) be implemented simultaneously? This is an issue th...

Severin Sorensen on 16 Jun 2015
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Why Executive Assistants are important to effective CEOs

Severin Sorensen on 02 May 2016

The Executive Assistant is critical to the success, health, wellbeing, and time management of the effective CE...

Read More

Question: Is it possible to Tell your Employer You Have A Higher Paying Job Offer and Not Alter Your Relationship?

Severin Sorensen on 04 Nov 2015

Read Severin Sorensen's answer to I like my job and boss a lot, but I am underpaid. I received an offer from a...

Read More

Why I chose to be a Vistage Chair?

Severin Sorensen on 28 Sep 2015

I have been a Vistage Chair here in Utah since 2010 and it has been a great experience for me individually, fo...

Read More

Equity Compensation Consideration for Top Executives

Severin Sorensen on 22 Sep 2015

A key executive compensation question is often asked of me, 'how much equity should I receive for my given pos...

Read More

Power of Negotiations

Severin Sorensen on 22 Sep 2015

Everyone negotiates. Even deciding not to negotiate is a positioning statement from a negotiator. In our Vista...

Read More

Mixing Business and Golf: Etiquette and Common Sense

Severin Sorensen on 24 Jun 2015

With the US Open last week and the US Senior Open this week, many conversations are turned to golf.

Read More

Overcoming Resistance to Change: Understanding J-Curve Effect in Business

Severin Sorensen on 16 Jun 2015

Have you ever wondered how many initiatives can (or should) be implemented simultaneously? This is an issue th...

Read More