How Soon Should I Start Preparing My Job Search?

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You may be in-role now but thinking you will start looking at your options in 6-12 months. How much time will you need to prepare so that you are ready to look at your options when you decide you actually are ready? That is the topic recruiter trainer and ExecuNet Select content partner Barbara Bruno discusses with ExecuNet’s Tony Vlahos in this excerpt from ExecuNet Master Class. Lean in and listen for a couple of minutes as Barb explains not just the how long but the why.

She also talks about “what if the perfect opportunity presents itself today” — we’d all love for that to happen. Barb makes an interesting observation and advice you can follow. Don’t miss it!

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Barbara Bruno

Barbara Bruno

Barbara Bruno, author of HIGH-TECH HIGH-TOUCH RECRUITING: How To Attract And Retain The Best Talent By Improving The Candidate Experience, is an internationally recognized recruiting expert who has a proven track record of helping recruiters and talent acquisition professionals become more successful and less stressed. She has created several popular LinkedIn Learning courses and is president of Good As Gold Training, HR Search, Inc., and Happy Candidates.

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