225 results for tag: ExecuNet Master Class


Apply to Postings But Do this First

Job postings. They are the modern way of finding what's next. But at the executive level, the minority of jobs are found that way. So, should executives even bother with job boards? Approached the right way, yes, executives should check out ...
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Older Executives Must be Able to Super Articulate Their Plan

Executive recruiter Sharon Hulce, founder of Employment Resource Group, Inc, talks about what the older executive "better do" when they go into an interview. Top of the list is what you're going to accomplish and your plan to do it. Listen to Sharon ...
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Salary and Changing Industries

One of the reasons changing industries is so daunting is because companies do not want to pay candidates without industry experience what they'd pay someone with industry experience. Executive recruiter Sharon Hulce, founder of Employment Resource ...
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Areas to Consider When Changing Industries

After years and years in the same industry, you'd like to make a change. But, naturally, all your experience is in the one industry, so how can you ever land a leadership position if you leave the industry you know so well? This can be done. Listen ...
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Recruiters Talk With Stakeholders

Executive recruiters have the ability to get to the C-suite people, the people who feel the pain the organization is trying to fix. They serve as matchmakers, locating candidates who can fill the employer's need. In the end, they work for the ...
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When You Don’t Hear From Recruiters

Are employers using contract recruiters as much as they used to? This was the assumption of one ExecuNet member who wanted to know what recruiter Sharon Hulce, founder of Employment Resource Group, Inc, thought about this as the reason he was not ...
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Resumes That’ll Make Recruiters Cringe

Recruiter Sharon Hulce, founder of Employment Resource Group, Inc, shared her personal pet peeve that will shut her down if she sees it in a resume. She then went on to share tips for resumes that will get her attention in a positive way.
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An Effective Resume Tells an Executive-level Story

When we think about the C-suite, we are talking about leaders, corporate visionaries who have made tough decisions about people, products, and companies. How does one reflect what they are known for and what they make happen in a resume? This was a ...
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The Story is Key for Executives

The story. It is all about the story.When you want to get a new job at the executive level, when you want opportunities to come your way organically, when you want people to know what you can do...you have got to be able to share your story in a way ...
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The Job Search Tool You Must Have

Executives need more than a resume when they are preparing their personal collateral documents. There is a networking tool, a valucentric document, that is essential for executives today. It is used before the resume and has become a real differ...
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Only Talk Compensation When They Are Smitten

ExecuNet's Tony Vlahos spoke with recruiter Ann Zaslow-Rethaber, President of International Search Consultants about all things related to executive job search and he asked her to share her thoughts on how executives should approach compensation talks. ...
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When Starting a Job Search

There are so many executives who never really had to look for a new job; opportunities tended to happen through promotions and organic interactions. And there are many who haven't looked for a new job in over a decade and are not really sure how it is done ...
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