189 results for tag: job search


Answering “What do you do?”

What do you say when people ask, “What do you do?” Depending on where you are, if you simply tell them they likely won’t understand or will just respond with, “Oh.” Just giving them an info dump on what you do is “you centric.” It’s a monolo...
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Who Knows You?

So often it's not what you know but who you know that results in endless opportunities in life and in your career. Think for a moment about all the people you have worked with in the past. If I asked them to tell me what they remembered most about you, what ...
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The Best Way for a Successful Job Search

Looking to learn what works in today's job search marketplace? ExecuNet's team of career strategists work with executives who have Premium Access and want individual guidance to find their next career opportunity and reach their career goals. All of our ...
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We are the Stories We Tell Ourselves

People make their own meaning. We tend to believe and become what we tell ourselves. "We string our situation together into some form of logical script" around the beliefs we have internalized, said Tom Asacker, acclaimed innovation and strategic communica...
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Fire and Rain: Leading Through Adversity

Is your C-suite equipped for the challenge? The world has been through the wringer in the past few years. A pandemic, inflation, wars, hurricanes, earthquakes, the Great Resignation—the list of worldly challenges (and their ripple effect on markets across ...
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Taking Age Bias Out of Your Job Search

Age bias in a job search is a real thing says ExecuNet Career Strategist Stacie Haller. She works with senior executives every week who are looking for help working around bias against senior employees. There are many things people do that will trigger ...
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When You’re an Over 50 Executive…

A bias occurs when one falls into a stereotype says ExecuNet Career Strategist and former executive recruiter Saundra Botts when talking about things the over 50 executive needs to be mindful of. Avoiding the age-related serotypes is one of the aspects ...
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Win the National Championship in Your Industry

It’s never too late to reach your goals. You may think you’ve missed your chance to reach your goals at some point in your career, but if you can still work you can still get to where you want to be. Look at the National Championship UCONN Huskies. ...
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Say “No” to Saying No!

I talk with hundreds of executives every year, and one thing I find that so many of the ones who are unhappy with their situations do is say “no” to opportunities. They say no to the very idea of exploring opportunities. What got me thinking about ...
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Executives Should Always be Ready for Job Search

How do you read the signs that it's time to look for a new job? There's a lot that goes into the decision to look for a new job, and there are signals you must always be on the lookout for. These signals come from others and from within you. ExecuNet ...
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A Successful Executive Career Strategy for 2023

There are 5 things you need to do in early in the year to help your career in 2023. ExecuNet Career Strategist, and one-time executive recruiter, Saundra Botts shares what these things are, and of course, answered your questions.
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Learn and Teach Others to Effectively Network

You continue to hear that networking is one of the best ways to advance in your career and identify the best talent. However, have you changed the way you build both your professional and personal networks recently? The workforce and workplace have changed ...
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