809 results for author: William Flamme


Where Should Keywords Be Placed in a Resume?

Keywords are of vital importance in today's resume. First off, they are used to get by the applicant tracking system (ATS) for those who choose to apply for jobs online – which at the upper executive levels is not how jobs are found. A great way to ...
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How to Use the Incredible Power of Storytelling to Land a New Job

Here's a rare treat! ExecuNet's master storyteller, Tony Vlahos, is on the other side of the mic! For years, Tony's interviewed some of the world's brightest minds in job search, career management, business, and leadership development. This time Ranesa Boley ...
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What are They Really Looking to Learn in the Interview?

“I want to focus my answers during interviews on the question behind the question. What are they really looking to learn in an interview?” We’re playing chess, not checkers with this question. I like it! Job search today is a marketing and sales ...
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Here’s What You Should Bring to Your Next Interview

When we think about interviewing, we think about it as a selling moment, and it’s certainly true the candidate is selling himself during an interview. But when you talk with an ExecuNet Career Strategist you will learn that the interview is also a marketing ...
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Using Body Language to Your Advantage in an Interview

The words we use and choose are important and how we present ourselves in a non-verbal way are vital as well. Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal to speak about the topic of how to present ...
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Some Advice for Older Job Seekers

Sometimes candidates feel protected when they stand behind their resume, but when they reach the interview stage they suddenly feel exposed, judged  as too old. What can the older candidates do to help themselves when they feel this way? Master Class host ...
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Online Job Posts Won’t Get the Job Done, But They Make You Feel Good

Members are consistently asking us about the value of online job postings. When I talk with our Career Strategists and when I hear them speaking in our Master Classes, they commonly state that when they work with ExecuNet VIPs it's one of the most common ...
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Reputation Management During a Job Search

What do I do when employers think I'm out of work because I was laid-off or fired? Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal to speak about this topic in a Q&A session of ExecuNet Master Class. ...
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Recruiter Reflections: Interviewing, Resumes, and Applying Online

ExecuNet's Master Class Host, Tony Vlahos, spoke with recruiter Ann Zaslow-Rethaber about effective interviewing. Ann's a member favorite because of her Ask Ann column and she gave her usual insightful advice once again, this time with some quick and ...
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The Posts You Need to See Heading into 2020

With the arrival of another new year I took a moment to look back and reflect upon which handful of posts would be especially useful for job seekers heading into 2020. I narrowed the list down to these seven. For different reasons, they all share ...
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Explaining Why You’re Still Unemployed

There is a negative perception attached to being unemployed, despite it being very common for periods of unemployment at the executive level. One can be out of work for understandable reasons: downsizing, health issue, acquisition, elder care, etc, and ...
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How to Answer the “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question

There are many variations of the the old-favorite interview question "Tell me about yourself." The problem most job seekers run into with that question is that they simply highlight their resume and maybe a little personal information. That really doesn't cut ...
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