797 results for author: William Flamme


How Should Pre-Interview Prep Best Be Focused?

What knowledge about a company or role will impress the interviewers the most and what is the area where a lack of preparation could potentially turn interviewers off? This question was asked by Master Class host Tony Vlahos on behalf of an ExecuNet VIP ...
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Interviewing: How to Prep Like a Pro and Handle the Tough Questions

Succeeding during the interview is the final step in landing that ideal senior-level executive role. No doubt, you’re going to run into a few notoriously tricky questions. But the interviewing process begins long before you walk through the hiring manage...
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Stress Less for Success: A Conversation with Janet McKee

We all believe we must endure more stress in order to achieve greater levels of success. But according to Janet McKee the opposite is true. Stress is actually hazardous to one's success. The key, she says is to learn to pursue your goals with less stress — ...
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Interview with Jeff Hyman: Executive Recruiting Forecast

If you are thinking about making a job change in the coming months or are already in transition, you will want to hear what ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos' most recent guest had to say. As a warm up for their November 21st master class on landing a ...
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Communication Skills for Business Success

Will you be presenting a proposal to your board, speaking at an annual meeting or industry conference, giving a TEDx talk, or being interviewed by TV or print media? What you say and how you say it either wins or loses respect for you and your organizati...
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A Recruiter’s Perspective: Age Bias in the Job Search

The bias does exist. It belongs to the client companies, not to the recruiters. The companies are basically worried that the candidate is overqualified and won't be content with the position, so they will be on the lookout for a higher paying position. No ...
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A Recruiter’s Perspective: Entering a Different Industry

Sometimes executives look to enter an industry where they see real opportunity but it's not the industry where they have a proven track record of results and expertise. How should the candidate align themselves with that opportunity? This was a question ...
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ExecuNet’s Coach Don on the Salary Expectations Question

The topic of what your salary requirements are is a sticky one and these days. It's a legal matter too, but you can be sure it will come up. It's in everyone's best interest that you are all in the same ballpark on this topic. Employers have to be careful how ...
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A Recruiter’s Perspective: Resume Gaps

How do recruiters view resume gaps? This was a question ExecuNet Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked of Paul Stefunek during a session titled How to Stand Out in Your Job Search: A Recruiter’s Perspective.  Paul went on to explain the recruiter's ...
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ExecuNet’s Coach Don on the Importance of Assessing Fit When in an Interview

This was one of the many topics Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet’s Coach Don in Ask Coach Don Your Job Search Questions, a session of ExecuNet Master Class. Coach Don went on to explain that fit is a two-way street. The company is looking for ...
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ExecuNet’s Coach Don on Good Networking Practices

How can I keep the conversation going with my new LinkedIn connections without becoming a nuisance and what are good networking practices in general ? This was one of the many topics Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet’s Coach Don to speak about ...
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Q&A: How to Job-Hunt Like an Executive

How does a senior-level executive get a new job? Not by sending their resume into black hole recruiting portals. At your level, you need a different job-search system altogether. If you’re ready to make a move, or already in transition, you’re probably ...
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