345 results for tag: job search


At the Beginning of Your Job Search…

Looking for a new job is really hard work. It can be all-consuming and stressful... especially if you are not prepared and don't know how to start. ExecuNet Master Class Host Anthony Vlahos spoke with widely respected career coach Harriette Lowenthal on ...
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Job Search Advice You Can’t Do Without

Here are some questions for you: Is your résumé opening doors or closing them? Are you not getting interviews for the executive roles you want, despite having excellent qualifications? Are you feeling stuck behind one or more of these job search roadbloc...
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5 Must-Haves for a Successful Search

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 ...
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Should You Modify Your Resume Based on the Job Description?

These days the average recruiter gets over 100 responses per day, per ad. The majority of us utilize software, that provides a keyword match percentage  for every respondent. By increasing the number of keywords on your resume that match keywords in the ad, ...
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Recruiters Project Executive Hiring Will Slowdown in Early 2019

One of our goals is to keep you aware of trends in executive job market. We talk to recruiters on a daily basis and poll them every month to determine what they project for the coming months. You heard it here first, despite overall growth in the economy, ...
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What is the Protocol for Applying to an Online Post if You Do Not Meet All of the Listed Requirements?

There is typically going to be a list of mandatory requirements, and a "Dream List" of preferred but not mandatory requirements. Depending on how current the search is, the hiring manager may be open to considering candidates outside of his initial list. If a ...
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Selling Yourself is Not a Successful Job Search Strategy for Executives

Selling yourself is a middle management tactic. At the executive level you need to be selling your solution. Listen to ExecuNet Career Strategist Saundra Botts as she talks about why executives need to be beyond selling themselves when they are in job ...
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How to Befriend a Recruiter

For over 30 years ExecuNet has been helping executives. We started with job search and have grown over time to help executives with more aspects of their lives, including career path guidance, wellbeing, and being a better leader, one who grows the business ...
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How to Identify Your Brand Story and Align it With a Company’s Vision

What's your story? We all have one. The challenge is identifying what your unique experiences have molded you to be passionate about and particularly good at. The most common need our Career Strategists encounter when working with executives is helping the ...
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Recruiter Straight Talk on the Salary Expectations Question

One of the most common questions in a job interview is, "How much do you make?" We all know that as a job seeker, you don't want to answer that question, but you need to say something, since an outright refusal to answer will cause tension. Listen to Jeff ...
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Recruiter Straight Talk on How to Befriend a Recruiter

You want to be connected to recruiters, but so does every other executive. How does one get on their radar and become someone recruiters will respond to? It’s impossible to be relevant to all of the 90,000 recruiters in the US. But if you find a recrui...
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How to Make Storytelling Your Ultimate Career Advantage

An executive-level job search is different from any job search you may have conducted in your career. At the executive level, you are hired to turn a vision into reality, not to fit a job description. The competition is steepest at the top, and the person ...
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