58 results for tag: Don Weintraub


Separating Achievements From Duties

Executives often struggle with separating achievements from job duties when preparing a résumé. To try and shed some light on the topic, Tony Vlahos, Host of ExecuNet Master Class, asked a panel of ExecuNet Career Strategists to explain if the résumé s...
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Here’s Our Starting Line Up for this Summer’s “ExecuNet Master Class All-Star Game”

One thing I'm certain you've learned during your career is that success without a strong team next to you isn't very likely. No matter how good at your job you may be, you can't do it alone. It takes mentors, peers, direct-and-indirect reports – a whole ...
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Résumé, Personal Branding and Job Search Strategies: An Expert Panel Discussion

Is your résumé opening doors or closing them? Are you not getting interviews for the executive roles you want, despite having excellent qualifications? During this roundtable discussion, our expert panel of executive career advisers, coaches and recrui...
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Improve Your Job Search Success

So who are you anyway? That's a big question if you really ponder it for awhile. And if you are ever in a job search, you do not want to give a rushed answer – not even to yourself. The very first thing anyone in search needs to do is know his story. ...
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The Best Way to Spend an Hour This Week

Our recent executive education surveys have shown time is the greatest obstacle of professional growth. I cannot quite say we've conquered time, but we have made it easy for you to get first-rate executive-level education in weekly one-hour chunks. Each week, ...
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Connect with Recruiters and Hiring Managers on LinkedIn

"What can I do on LinkedIn to connect with recruiters and hiring managers?" This was a question asked of our panel of ExecuNet Career Strategists during a recent session titled The Biggest Job Search Roadblocks – and How to Knock Them Down. This ...
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Résumé 101 for Executives in 2017

You've got to view the résumé through a marketing lens. Today's résumé must contain an executive summary – like the inside jacket cover of a book. It must contain a value proposition, accomplishments with metrics, and 20+ keywords before you even put ...
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What’s the #1 Thing a Résumé Should Answer?

Many people want to list all their jobs on their résumé. That's simply not effective. That approach is appropriate for an entry-level candidate. For executives, only what's relevant to the job you're applying for is necessary. Sure, you want to display your ...
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Career Strategists on the Older Job Seeker

Age. We are all getting older. Yes, with age comes wisdom and experience. But in a job search, that wisdom and experience are frequently viewed as negatives. Does it have to be that way? Do job seekers of a certain age have to suffer age bias? Be aware ...
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Networking and Overcoming Other Job Search Roadblocks

Whether it's getting ahead at work or finding a new job, it's common knowledge that networking is the best way to achieve advancement, but for some people "networking feels so icky" as one caller put it when asking our panelists for help in ExecuNet Master ...
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Don’t Let Networking Feel “Icky”

A lot of people aren't comfortable networking, especially when they need a job. The thing is, networking doesn't have to be "icky" as one caller referred to it. It's important to always be networking, especially when you don't need something (a job) so that ...
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The Biggest Job Search Roadblocks – and How to Knock Them Down

Feeling stuck behind one or more of these job-search roadblocks? Resumé black holes and potholes … Recruiter silence Interviews that lead nowhere Age "red flags" Dead-end networking events, and more – Then join our powerhouse panel of ...
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