It’s Lonely at the Top: New Career Management Resource for C-level Executives

by C-Suite Career Catalysts on February 8, 2012

(February 8, 2012) C-suite executives can often feel alone and ill-equipped when it comes to managing their careers. As a Chief X Officer, who can they trust? Who can help guide them through the myriad challenges in managing high-profile career transitions? Who can assist them in leveraging the intricacies of social media while effectively managing digital identities? Who can help them build the right game plans for managing the next chapter of their careers? C-level executives no longer need to go it alone: They can turn to the experts at C-Suite Career Catalysts for support in handling all facets of career management, job search, and positioning.

Combining the executive-coaching talents of five industry-leading professionals, C-Suite Career Catalysts is a portal for C-level and rising senior-level executives across all industry sectors (from CEOs, CFOs, and CIOs to COOs, CMOs/CSOs, and CXOs). Executives will gain access to expertise unique to their world from a professional who understands their situation, knows the challenges they face, and who will work individually with them to build a plan so that they are fully in control. From crafting customized documents for executives (resumes, bios, LinkedIn profiles, one-page executive summaries, cover letters, addenda) to strategizing game plans, facilitating recruiter contacts, and providing executive coaching, the C-Suite Career Catalysts deliver the optimal solutions a C-level executive must have to catapult to the top of their game.

The brainchild of CEO coach Deb Dib, the C-Suite site coalesces the talents of Dib and four other C-suite experts: Kim Batson (CIO coach), Cindy Kraft (CFO coach), Beverly Harvey (COO coach), and Jan Melnik (CMO coach). Each coach also works with CXOs. C-level and rising executives are invited to contact the coach in their specific area of expertise to discuss confidentially their unique situation and explore appropriate career management options.

These C-suite experts agree that “C-level executives must be ready the next time a valued contact presents an interesting opportunity or they are contacted by a headhunter or a board of directors about a high-stakes interview.” They add that executives must feel confident that their career documents, database of contacts, and digital identity are all in order if their current engagement were to suddenly cease or if their position were eliminated. “Better yet, savvy executives proactively plan for the next move in their career. If they’re not preparing today, they’ll be scrambling tomorrow… and that’s not their style.”

The C-Suite Career Catalysts are committed to creating value and building client loyalty that extends well past the first service engagement. They strive to create long-term partnerships with their clients. Their mission is to support, empower, and celebrate each client’s unique success story. They can be contacted individually through


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