163 results for tag: interviewing


Getting Interviews, But Not Job Offers? 7 Strategies to Improve Your Results 

Here’s the good news – if you’re getting interviews, your resume is doing its job – assuming you’re getting interviews for the types of positions you want. But what you do before, during, and after the interview can increase your chances of getting ...
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What They are Looking to Learn in the Interview (it’s just one 3-letter word)

Have you considered the true purpose of a resume? How about a LinkedIn profile? How about recruiters? Every executive job seeker wants recruiter attention, but not many are aware of this often overlooked key to getting recruiters' attention. In this ...
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The 5 Most Critical Steps to Getting Interviews in 2018

The start of a new year is an ideal time to look for a new job. But don't make the mistake of following all the old rules. The job-search process has become a branding, packaging, marketing and sales process – with you as "the offering." In this eye-op...
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How to Ignore Geography and Negotiate a Local Only Offer

"Never underestimate what might be possible," said Michele, an ExecuNet member, about how she turned a consulting opportunity that had a "strings attached" job offer into a full-time, virtual role. "I was brought in to consult for a company," said the ...
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7 Tips for a Compelling Executive Bio

Executive Bios take branding to another level, linking an executive's softer skills to their value proposition in a way that isn't possible to emphasize in a resume. To clarify any confusion around Executive Bios, let's look at a few points: Purpose: ...
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How Can I Make the Hiring Managers Believe in Me?

Getting hiring managers and recruiters to see you as the person for the job is the great challenge of job search. Sought-after speaker, Tom Asacker has lectured on innovation, strategic communication, the customer experience, and marketplace trends to ...
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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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Trusted Advice on the Mindset of a Job Search

Ryan is a Sales and Marketing VP living in Ohio. In his mid-50s, married with two kids, a boy and a girl, a dog named Max, a mortgage, two cars – sounds pretty common, right? Thirteen months ago, Ryan was laid off by his employer of 12 years. Unfort...
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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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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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The Must-Listen to Master Class of the Summer!

Sales. So much of life comes down to sales. No matter the situation, you're selling something each and every day. It could be selling your loved one on what to have for dinner; your kids on working hard in school; your friends on a golf outing; your coworkers ...
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