Recruiter’s Job Search Advice, Board Seats, Women in Leadership, Business Ownership

online-learningLast week, I encouraged you to check out the Todd Davis’ session of ExecuNet Master Class. The Chief People Officer at FranklinCovey received rave reviews from members, and we’re already getting inquiries for when the recording will be available. (My content team says early next week)

Even more hits are in store for you in February. The month may be short in days, but it will not be lacking in brilliant insight from some of today’s leading experts in careers, business and leadership development.

Here’s our line-up for February:

How to Conduct a Winning Job Search: Advice from a 25-Year Executive Recruiter

Session Leader: Jeff Hyman, Executive Recruiter

Members always want to know how to attract recruiters’ attention. For job seekers, they often feel like elusive mythical creatures. In this Master Class session, we’ll be joined by Jeff Hyman, a recruiter who promises to give you the behind-the-scenes scoop from a recruiter perspective. Jeff will also share the five biggest mistakes executive job seekers make, and what recruiters really want.

If you are even considering making a career move in 2018, you will want to hear what Jeff has to say before you get started!

Becoming an Exceptional Board Director Candidate

Session Leader: Mark A. Pfister, The Board Architect 

A formula exists to increase your chances of Board selection and success once appointed. Attend this session to discover how to convey the expertise and confidence needed for serious Board Director/Board Advisor consideration. You will gain the knowledge of how to create a viable Board Candidate Strategy and will feel empowered to create a roadmap to successfully get invited into the Boardroom.

Women and Leadership: Do We Have a Competitive Advantage?

Session Leader: Dr. Mary Key, Business Consultant, Executive Coach, and Author

In this dynamic ExecuNet Master Class session, Dr. Mary Key will share her knowledge and experience in leadership development for women. She will discuss what makes women successful in leading, and advise how to avoid pitfalls that can waylay your career.

All female leaders would benefit from being more aware of the current status of women in business and the strategies that will allow you to successfully build on your strengths as a female leader.

How to Buy an Existing Business: An Exciting Alternative to Corporate America

Session Leader: Aaron Paul, President of Acquisition Finders

A great way to free yourself from corporate America and to bypass ageism in your job search is to buy your own business. The process of buying a business through traditional channels is inefficient, but in this session of ExecuNet Master Class, you can learn to avoid business-buying roadblocks and strategies for finding the right business at the all-important great price.

Aaron will explain everything you need to know about buying an existing business and will share his experience helping clients find, finance and close the best possible opportunity for their situation.

Can’t make a live presentation? No problem! Simply complete your registration to receive the recorded program after the session. These classes are a free component of your membership; make sure you don’t miss them!

Another 365 days of inspiration and trusted advice that will help you achieve your career, business, and executive wellbeing goals have started!



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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