35 results for tag: Harriette Lowenthal


Should My Job Search Stop During the Corona Pandemic?

An exclusive branch of ExecuNet Master Class is Tony Vlahos’ Q&As with our Strategists and Coaches. Reserved for our VIPs, these sessions allow listeners to ask questions and hear our experts speak about the job search challenges that are troubling ...
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When the Interviewer Asks You to Talk About Mistakes You’ve Made

During a VIP-only Q&A session of ExecuNet Master Class, Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal to speak on some challenging topics. One of the toughest interview questions for candidates is ...
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When You’re Having an Interview Over a Meal

The lunch interview tends to get more casual than traditional interviews, and usually they occur after you've made it past the first round or two. With this different setting comes different challenges and opportunities. During a VIP-only Q&A session ...
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Handling Compensation Questions During an Interview

The dreaded compensation question. They want to ask it; you want to avoid it. Laws are being made concerning it, but there are ways around that. Compensation is more than dollars, and if you don't talk about it everyone could be wasting their time...but doing ...
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What Questions Should I Be Asking My Interviewer?

During a Q&A session of ExecuNet Master Class, host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal to talk about the type of questions executive candidates should be looking to ask when they are in the room, or on the ...
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Being Successful on Screening Interviews

The screening interview is so important. It sets the stage for the relationship. It's that all important first impression in which they decide if they would like to proceed with you as a candidate. Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director ...
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Using Storytelling to Illustrate Your Value During an Interview

"Why is storytelling so much more powerful during interviews than simply sharing the same information in a factual manner? I'm an IT guy and telling stories isn't what I do." Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services ...
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Using Body Language to Your Advantage in an Interview

The words we use and choose are important and how we present ourselves in a non-verbal way are vital as well. Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal to speak about the topic of how to present ...
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Some Advice for Older Job Seekers

Sometimes candidates feel protected when they stand behind their resume, but when they reach the interview stage they suddenly feel exposed, judged  as too old. What can the older candidates do to help themselves when they feel this way? Master Class host ...
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Reputation Management During a Job Search

What do I do when employers think I'm out of work because I was laid-off or fired? Master Class host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal to speak about this topic in a Q&A session of ExecuNet Master Class. ...
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Explaining Why You’re Still Unemployed

There is a negative perception attached to being unemployed, despite it being very common for periods of unemployment at the executive level. One can be out of work for understandable reasons: downsizing, health issue, acquisition, elder care, etc, and ...
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How Should Pre-Interview Prep Best Be Focused?

What knowledge about a company or role will impress the interviewers the most and what is the area where a lack of preparation could potentially turn interviewers off? This question was asked by Master Class host Tony Vlahos on behalf of an ExecuNet VIP ...
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