205 results for tag: Career Coaching


What Are Employers Evaluating During Interviews?

According to recent studies, 33% of all new hires quit their job within the first six months. As a result, employers are now evaluating you on 15 additional areas. Enthusiasm Employers want to know that you are willing and eager to be a part of their ...
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Changes Are Happening in the C-suite

There are changes at the top said Barbara Bruno during a session of ExecuNet Master Class. Barbara, a recruiter trainer, says companies have had to do so much pivoting because of the pandemic and are trying to make up for so much lost income that they are ...
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How Does One Indicate Readiness When Recruiters Contact You?

When you receive a phone call or email, will you be ready? Being ready today depends on who is reaching out and it's not the same as it was 10 years ago. The executive placement industry has evolved...have you kept pace? Formed recruiter and current ...
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Why You May Not Be Getting Job Offers

Your personal marketing is probably off if you're not getting job offers.  Just like any product, you've got to have your marketing aligned with your value and the market. In some cases, the narrative for that marketing can get complicated, such as in ...
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“I’ll Worry About Job Search When I Need a Job”

If you worry about job search when you need a job you are setting yourself up for limited options and way more stress. ExecuNet Career Strategist and former recruiter Saundra Botts says that at the executive level it's so competitive that you've got to ...
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ExecuNet Strategist’s #1 Message for Senior Executives

Do you ever wish you could get just a couple minutes with an expert in a field you're interested in and have them answer one question for you, or tell you the one thing they think it's most important for people to know about their industry? ExecuNet ...
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Prepare for Difficult Interview Scenarios

Have you ever been asked a question during an interview that caused you to draw a blank? Interview questions and scenarios can differ greatly from one employer to another, and you must be prepared to put your best foot forward, especially for executive-l...
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I Want to Change and Improve My Career This Year – Where Do I Start?

In this ExecuNet Master Class session, international career and leadership coach, author, and Senior Forbes contributor Kathy Caprino shares a proven strategy for pivoting or changing your career in the most effective, streamlined way possible, leveraging ...
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True or False? In Job Search, It’s Who, Not What You Know.

It's who you know, not what you know. True or False? Well….. Maybe neither… It’s who you know that knows about what you know...kinda… Here is where it gets tricky. It’s not about what you know at the C-level — it's what you make ...
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How to Approach Networking the Right Way

At the executive level, over 80% of jobs are found through networking, so no matter how difficult/time-consuming/distasteful/"just not your thing" you may consider it, for career success you need to engage in networking. And you'll want to do it the right ...
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Job Searching Over 50

Job creation is up, but if you’re an executive who is over 50 searching for a job can be daunting, particularly if you're looking for the first time in years — even decades — and the limitations of a pandemic don't help. But it is possible to land an ...
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Will there Be an Increase in CEO Turnover in 2022?

2022 is projected to be a volatile time for CEOs. The pandemic is by no means behinds us but people are back to work and everyone knows how to work in the current normal. Leaders who did not lead well during the challenges of 2020 and 2021 have been ...
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