188 results for tag: Career Coaching


Strategic Guidance for Older Executives

When you reach a certain age, the topic of age does become a factor in the equation. Nothing is absolute, but the older applicant needs to keep some things in mind when looking and when speaking with hiring decision makers. Your potential impact and your ...
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Changing Industries, the Facts

Changing industries has long been a daunting obstacle for executives who would like to make a change. Executive recruiter Sharon Hulce, founder of Employment Resource Group, Inc, discussed the topic with ExecuNet's Tony Vlahos, and she agreed that changing ...
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The Value Document Explained

We all know about resumes. Hopefully, you stopped updated yours yourself when you became an executive. The executive resume is very different than a manager-level resume. But executives need even more than a professionally done resume that outlines their ...
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An Effective Resume Tells an Executive-level Story

It is all about the story. It is not about some bullet point on your resume. When you get to the executive level, your resume tells a story about you as a person who has led people. It shares what you make happen and why you are a unique difference maker. ...
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Executives Shouldn’t Be Swimming in the ATS Pool

For executives, their next job will come to them through networking or by attracting attention with a compelling LinkedIn profile. Getting caught up in the ATS really should not be a part of life for senior executives. If you are not getting contacted for ...
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What Differentiation Means on a Resume

If you are a senior executive looking for a new challenge, your competition will be the most successful people in your field, so how are you going to stand out? You're qualified. They're qualified. All the resumes the decision maker is looking at are ...
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What’s Needed Beyond a Resume

When you are in a job search at the executive level, you need a sales and marketing plan. The resume is simply a brochure according to ExecuNet Career Strategist Stacie Haller. It is not really meant for networking. The resume needs explaining, and you do ...
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Executives Need Help Telling Their Story Objectively

Your company sells a product or service. You market products or services for a living. You’ve hired tons of people. All true, so finding a new job for yourself shouldn’t be a huge challenge. That last part is not so true. You see, it’s completely ...
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Your Value Proposition Steers Your Job Search

We don't write a word on a resume until we've taken a deep dive into the person's unique value proposition. The value proposition is what an entire executive-level job search is designed around. Until it is clear, there can be no search. ExecuNet ...
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The New Job Security

Job security. That's not something that often comes with the executive suite. However, there is a way for executives to create a certain measure of job security. There has to be mindful and intentional attention to one career essential. ExecuNet ...
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You’re too Close to Your Career to Market It

You are too close to yourself – and to your career – to effectively market yourself. People need career coaches to look at them, what they have done, what they would like to do and put together the story and the value to employers. ExecuNet ...
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Not All Job Listings are Created Equally

An interesting question came up when ExecuNet Premium member Kieran was working with his career strategist last week. Kieran is a senior IT executive who came to us on the recommendation of a friend and former colleague who we helped develop personal ...
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