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Regional Sales Manager: Erik W.

Erik W. was the western regional sales manager for the world’s leading producer of birch plywood when the pandemic hit. Sales dropped 65% globally and the company was forced to cut costs.

Chief Administrative Officer: Bibi D.

Bibi D. had spent 24 years working as an administrator of a large state university. Bibi enjoyed her work for many years, but over time, she became disillusioned.

Director of Systems Quality Engineering

When Sree found himself unemployed he didn’t initially consider himself an ideal candidate for executive coaching services.

Head of Revenue Technology & Operations: Chris Burger

This is a story about how we helped a client move from a bad fit to a good fit, by using services tailored to him and his needs.

Director of Finance: Laura

The Barrett Group helps a client who is a high-level manager move from a company that undervalues her to a company that recognizes her potential and true value.

State Director for Texas: Lee Price

Some successful executives are most in need of The Barrett Group’s services because they have no experience in conducting an executive job search.

Barrett Speaks

Our View from the Front Lines of the Job Market

4 Crucial Tips for Remote Interviewing

4 Crucial Tips for Remote Interviewing

When the pandemic hit in March, most people got a crash course in using online conferencing technology whether they wanted it or not.

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Diversity in the Workplace is a Win-Win-Win

Diversity in the Workplace is a Win-Win-Win

Corporate America has a long way to go to achieve true diversity, especially at the executive level. Change has come at a snail’s pace for decades. But then the Black Lives Matter protests happened.

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Which Industries Will Sink and Which Will Swim in the Post-Covid World?

Which Industries Will Sink and Which Will Swim in the Post-Covid World?

The employment numbers for May are really ugly, but by this point they shouldn’t shock anyone. But there is a silver lining to bottoming out. Now begins the upswing.

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