79 results for tag: Ann Zaslow-Rethaber


How Do I Locate Recruiters?

I just read your advice on ExecuNet and have a question. I am employed but seeking another position. How do I locate recruiters so I can communicate with them about positions they are trying to fill? My expertise is Marketing, Innovation, and Market Develop...
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I Need to Un-Retire

I retired after a long career as an executive in operations five years ago. I am going crazy not having anything to do! We have recently learned that we will be raising our grandchildren, which of course is going to be costing us much more on a monthly basis ...
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Seal the Deal After the Interview…Here’s How!

Job interviews are like marketing campaigns; research shows the consumer (in this case the company) does not make a buying (hiring) decision until she has been exposed to the product (you) multiple times. By increasing the number of times the company ...
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How Should I Approach My Job Search After Relocating?

I am relocating and need a new job! How should I approach my job search in a new market? Honestly, there is no difference in looking for a new job in a new city or your home town. You should still follow all the basic steps. Invest the time and energy ...
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What are the Best Tips for Negotiating an Offer?

My biggest concern as I enter a job search is my ability to negotiate any offer that comes my way. That's just not something I think I am very good at. What are the best tips for negotiating an offer when the time comes? I am a big believer in letting them ...
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4 Bias-Free Conflict Resolution Strategies

Whenever a group of people gathers to work towards a common goal, conflict is inevitable. Each employee is unique, and it’s this uniqueness that gives voice to differing opinions and ideas. Unfortunately, there’s no one or consistently “right” way ...
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How Do I Market My Transferable Skills?

How do I evaluate stretch assignments to expand my skill set and what is the best way to market my transferable skills? Smart people make career moves primarily based on where it will position them 1, 3 and 5 years down the line. Over the years we have ...
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How Can I Keep My Non-compete Contract From Holding Me Back?

I have a non-compete that I feel is holding me back. I'd like to explore my options with other companies but my value and interest are with my industry. How have your other clients gotten around non-competes in the past? I am certainly not a business ...
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How Do I Look for a New Job Without My Boss Knowing About It?

I am a Director of Product Development and it doesn't look like I will make the next step here, so I am looking to see what else is out there for me. My concern is I do not want anyone at my company to catch on that I am looking. How do I indicate on my ...
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How Can Former Entrepreneurs Get Back to a More Traditional Career Path?

I've been through a few hiring/recruiter processes, as I continue to run an independent strategic marketing and communications consultancy with an ever-growing client list. Recently, in mid-career, I earned an executive business master's degree so that I ...
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The Importance of Your Attitude in Job Search

As executives climb the career ladder, some lose sight of the need to maintain the right attitude...even when they don't get a job. Being bitter is understandable, but going if you go beyond polite it could really make a difference for you. In this ...
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4 SureFire Ways to Attract and Retain SuperStars in Today’s Competitive Job Market

The US is currently enjoying the lowest unemployment rates since the 1950s. To say that talent attraction and retention is currently difficult would be a bit of an understatement. According to a recent Goldman Sachs “10,000 Small Business Summit” ...
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