Are you an aspiring or established senior executive who needs some career planning? Well at last someone has taken the trouble to create resource where you can find it all -executive jobs, news services, events, training and publications – all in one convenient and easy to access place. My good friend Janet Davies, who was featured in “Beyond the Boys’ Club”,has launched http://www.myexecutivecareer.com Of course, many executives who have been made redundant in this recession have access, for a period at any rate, to career planning resources as part of their outplacement programme funded by their former employers. But that's a little like shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted. What about the 'worried well' or just plain ambitious executive? The person who currently has a senior job but is concerned about their future prospects and has no idea how to work with headhunters, network in the right circles or find the resources they need to excel in their field? There are many people like this whose career planning needs are not being met, and certainly not at a reasonable and affordable cost. The recent economic crisis has snapped many senior executives and management professionals out of their 'career complacency'. It has taken them well outside of their comfort zones and eradicated the last vestiges of any sense of entitlement to a job for life, a pension and a constantly upward path of promotion and progression. The 21st century executive needs to continually invest in their own leadership and technical business skills and stay ahead of the information curve for their chosen field. They need to to be able to meet the challenges facing their organisations with agility and flexibility; collaboratively and in co-operation with others. And true to my passion, there is also a section on the site for resources for female professionals.