Answers: LinkedIn, Hiring Yourself, What Top Investors are Asking

upcoming master classesKids are out of school. The weather has turned for the better. Gardening, baseball, softball, fishing, and camps are underway. The pools are open and favorite hiking trails have been visited. Those of us with good knees are on the tennis courts, and some are roaming the links, struggling to make par. Life is good, and you’re plenty busy… but that doesn’t mean you should ease up on your career advancement efforts. For an hour each week, we bring you a leading expert in careers, business, leadership, or executive wellbeing so you have access to what you need to know to achieve your goals.

Here’s what we have scheduled for you in the next few weeks:

How to Get Noticed on LinkedIn When You’re Job Searching

No matter where you are in your career journey, if the only thing you’re doing on LinkedIn is updating your profile every now and then and waiting for others to connect with you, you’re missing the boat.

Attend this Master Class to gain the insight and framework to leverage the full power of LinkedIn for your career change and advancement. ExecuNet Career Strategist and executive recruiter Pat Romboletti will show you techniques for making your profile count so that you stand out and get calls. You’ll learn how to be proactive and noticed, research your target companies and hiring manager, and deepen your network so you get introductions.

Learn how to make your LinkedIn profile count so that you stand out and get the call for the right opportunity!

From Intrapreneur to Entrepreneur: 12 Reasons to Make the Switch Now  

Are you passionate, self-reliant, determined, and adept at problem-solving? Do you apply these entrepreneurial values every day in your careereven though you’re still working for someone else?  If this sounds like you, then ask yourself how much longer are you going to wait before you make the decision to HIRE YOURSELF?

How long until you switch from being an intrapreneur giving 110% to an employer every day – to being an entrepreneur and committing that same 110% to your own success?  

If you’re still focusing all your efforts and energies on someone else’s company you’ll want to attend this session of ExecuNet Master Class led by Pete Gilfillan, best-selling author, entrepreneur, and franchise consultant. You will learn the 12 biggest financial, professional and personal benefits entrepreneurship offers over continued corporate employment and how you can get started today.

What Top CEOs and Investors are Asking in 2017

We are nine years into an economic expansion. The Fed is raising interest rates. A new administration is in Washington. There are lots of questions about what to expect.

In this Master Class session, we’ll look to one of the top investment and wealth management strategists in the country, Dan Skelly, for answers to the questions “top investors” are asking. This session will be a Q&A, managed by Mark Anderson, President and Chief Economist of ExecuNet. Dan will be fielding questions from Mark, and he’ll answer your questions too!

Join them to gain an insider’s view of the economy and learn investment strategies for the coming months. Having access to someone like Dan is a rare treat!


ExecuNet Master Classes connect you with trusted experts and higher-level thinking and are FREE as part of your membership. Can’t make a presentation? No problem! Simply complete your registration to receive the recorded program after the session.



Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is ExecuNet's president and chief economist. An Arjay Miller Scholar, Mark received his MBA from Stanford University and a BA in economics from Yale University. He joined ExecuNet in 1993, with extensive marketing and new product and business development experience, having served as president and founder of A&M Associates, an investment management firm. Mark's corporate leadership experience includes several senior marketing and financial positions with RCA Global Communications (a GE subsidiary) and American Can Company.

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