16 results for tag: Harriette Lowenthal


There’s Nothing Like a Great Fit!

I just had to share this with you. Last month, I hired a new member for my executive team. I am excited to have Harper on board, and it is apparent to all here that the fit is excellent. While a new hire is always exciting, Harper is more than simply a new ...
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A Healthy Network is the Best Career Insurance

Not waiting until you are in job search mode to connect with people is obviously the best path. Of course, so many of us get caught up in doing our jobs that we neglect our network... until we need them. Problem is, if you haven't been actively networking, ...
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How to Ace a Senior Executive-level Job Interview: An Expert Panel Discussion

Succeeding during the interview is the final step in landing that ideal senior level executive role. No doubt, you're going to run into a few notoriously tricky questions. But the interviewing process begins long before you walk through the hiring manager's ...
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Ace a Senior-Level Job Interview

The final session of ExecuNet Master Class 2017 will in a sense be coming full circle. We began the year with Don Weintraub, head of ExecuNet's Career Strategists group, and we will end the year with Don. Only this time he's bringing friends! Joining Don will ...
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Trusted Advice That Will Motivate, Inspire and Move Your Career Forward

It's undeniable. Finding time to continue your personal and professional development is a challenge. The answer that thousands of executives have found is Executive Master Class. On a near weekly schedule, we bring to your computer or phone a leading expert ...
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What Older Job Seekers Should Know About Dates and Résumés

Older job seekers don't necessarily want to let recruiters and hiring managers know they've been around awhile, perceiving their age as a disadvantage in their search. One tactic they take to hide their age is to omit college graduation dates and even dates ...
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The Key to Identifying Your Keywords

Our Career Strategists are frequently asked about keywords when working with members on their resumes. What makes for an appropriate keyword seems so vague and open to opinion... are they determined by industry or function? You need someone who interacts ...
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How Much Work History Belongs on a Résumé?

In the traditional way we think of laying out a résumé, not everything you have ever done belongs. Sometimes there are meaningful things you’ve done in your early career that can be summarized in an early career section. Or you can have another document ...
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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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Six-Figure Hotline With Dave Opton and Harriette Lowenthal

Exclusively for ExecuNet members, Dave Opton, founder of ExecuNet and his guest Harriette Lowenthal, an ExecuNet Career Strategist, bring you solutions to executive career issues that are important to you. This is a chance for members to call in and ...
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