LinkedIn Secrets, Job Search Myths, #1 Inspirational Tool, Don’t Lose Money

It’s no secret that the life of a Vice President or C-suite executive is a high-pressure job. There’s so much on your plate! You probably spend so much time at work that you have little left over to focus on much else. Inspiring greatness; getting the most from LinkedIn; creating a winning work culture; navigating job search myths – these are all part of our March Master Class offerings, coming to you in tidy one-hour blocks that can fit into your schedule.

These Master Class sessions are led by some of the most trusted advisors in each of these areas. They’re a part of our commitment here at ExecuNet to connect you with higher-value thinking that can transform your career, how you work, how you lead and yes, how you live, too.

Here’s a taste of what members are saying already this year about ExecuNet Master Class:

  • “The speaker was candid about the realities of an executive job search and provides insights and tips you don’t hear on other similar webinars.”
  • “Direct, open, honest, high energy.”
  • “Presenter was top shelf — knowledgeable, professional, presented value add info with real-world experience.”
  • “This is my third Master Class and I learned so much about job searching that I am getting better and better at it; the results reflect that. I will definitely recommend the class to others.”
  • “I thought it was concise and effective, with some strong, actionable takeaways.”
  • “This one was darn near perfect!”

Host Tony Vlahos has set the bar high, but this month’s experts are prepared to maintain the early-year momentum. Please pull up a chair and take in these remarkable sessions:

Appreciate: Celebrating People, Inspiring Greatness

Session Leader: Todd Nordstrom, Director for the O.C. Tanner Institute, Author, and Contributor to and

Todd NordstromTodd Nordstrom, co-author of Appreciate, joins us for a very special session of ExecuNet Master Class to share insights from one of the largest workplace studies on appreciation and recognition—a study that shows when people are asked what their manager can do to inspire them to produce great work 37% of them said, “recognize me.”

Leaders in all walks of life will learn why appreciation is their #1 tool to inspire employees; when, where and how often employees should be appreciated; and how appreciation has impacted their own life and career.

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

Session Leader: Patricia Romboletti,  Career Strategist and Executive Recruiter 

patricia-rombolettiAttend this Master Class to gain the insight and framework for leveraging the full power of LinkedIn for your career change and advancement. 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.

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. Learn how to make your LinkedIn profile count!

Driving Results Through Culture

Session Leader: S. Chris Edmonds, Bestselling Author, Speaker, and Consultant

Chris EdmondsIn this Master Class session, Chris Edmonds shares insights from over 25 years of working with senior leaders to create purposeful, positive, productive work environments in a variety of industries. You’ll learn why the pathway to a purposeful, positive, productive work culture is to make how people treat each other as important as business results and the three steps to crafting and maintaining a great employee experience.

Leaders who leave their workplace culture to chance lose money every day. Don’t let that be you!

Job Search Myths and Realities

Session Leader: Don Weintraub, Head of ExecuNet’s Career Strategists Group, and his guests

Don WeintraubIt’s time to rethink your assumptions about the executive hiring process, and debunk the myths once and for all. During this roundtable discussion, our expert panel of executive career advisors, coaches and recruiters will separate fact from fiction, and share strategies to help you stand out, get noticed, and get interviewed for the roles that are right for you.

Our panel discussions are immensely popular – register today!


If you can’t make a live presentation, simply complete your registration and we’ll send 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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