85 results for tag: Harriette Lowenthal


Coordinating Your Resume and LinkedIn Profile

The coordination between the LinkedIn profile and resume is always a challenge for job seekers. At the executive level, simply pasting your resume into your LinkedIn profile isn't best practice. ExecuNet Career Strategist Harriette Lowenthal shares her ...
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“Networking. Networking. Networking.” It Really is Worth Repeating 3 Times!

When you have reached the executive level, networking is the key when you are interested in exploring what's next. At this point in your career, your next challenge isn't as simple as answering a listing on a job board. In this expert from a Premium ...
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Knowing Your Personal Value, The Key to Job Search Success

Time and again, we encounter senior-level executives who are brilliant at what they do, but they cannot clearly and succinctly articulate  what their brand value is...and they don't even know it. ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services Harriette ...
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Career Strategists Talk About Video Interviewing When You Are Older

When you are in a video interview there are things you can do to make sure you show up as your best self. ExecuNet Career Strategists Harriette Lowenthal and Mark Brodsky provide some suggestions for video interviewing success, especially for the older ...
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Getting the Attention of a Decision Maker When You Are Over 50

LinkedIn is a place recruiters and corporate decision makers always turn to for candidates. However, all too often candidates simply have a "copy their resume" approach to their profile. ExecuNet Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal says to ...
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Personal Marketing Collateral Beyond the Resume

"I have your resume." How many times have you heard that in one form or another? Your resume isn't a "do everything"  document, even though people tend to think of it that way. There are other documents designed by ExecuNet that work in harmony with the ...
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Storytelling in Interviews Without Dating Yourself

Finally! The big day. You have an interview this afternoon with a company that is looking for someone to head up their Northeast division. It's exactly the type of opportunity you have been positioning yourself for and would really launch your career. It's ...
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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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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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Executive Candidates Need to be Ready to Talk About DEI at Their Next Interview

"At this moment in time, companies are just not going to tolerate not having a diverse slate. Why? Because it puts the company at risk from a business perspective?" said ExecuNet Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal during a session of ExecuNet ...
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What’s a Job Seeker to Do on Halloween?

There’s a haunted house out there for every ghost. It’s just a question of finding the right one. Wouldn't it be a huge help to know the right ghosts and goblins to make some introductions for you, get you a meeting with the right ghoul and past the ...
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What to Consider as You Start Your Job Search

You are looking to land your next great opportunity, hopefully, the opportunity of a lifetime. Before you can land that opportunity you've got to prepare yourself strategically. There's a whole lot that goes into that. You are only approaching "ready" if ...
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