459 results for tag: job search


Three Things You Can Do to Help Others Find You the Right Job

Looking for a new job? Help someone to help you. We've all been on the receiving end of emails or phone calls from friends, former business colleagues, acquaintances or network connections that are positioned similarly: "I just lost my job. Do you know ...
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Landed Member Shares Her Learning

We encourage ExecuNet members to share their job search experiences so that other members may learn from their ExecuNet peers. Here is what one landed member had to say. Here are a few of the things I have learned in my journey, listed in no particular ...
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Six-Figure Hotline: What’s in a Title Anyway?

As part of ExecuNet membership, I conduct a bi-weekly teleconference called Six-Figure Hotline where members call in to ask the questions keeping them up at night, and to gain market and trend insight from the career experts who join me in talking about ...
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Impressions Left: Are Yours the Best?

Avoid leaving a less than positive impression in your interviews. Here are some things you should not do if you want to be seen as a star. If you find that you are doing any of them, it's time to make some adjustments. (more…)
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Keep Searching… Even After a Promising Interview

Many of us have found that dream job - in an advertisement. It seems like the perfect fit. We interview for the position, and, because it's "the one," we wait until we hear bad news from the hiring manager before we resume our job search once again. For ...
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Zero-Time Selling in Your Job Search

The job search process is very similar to a sales process. The job candidate is the product, and it is his goal to effectively sell himself as the solution the hiring company desperately needs. In an ExecuNet webinar, sales expert Andy Paul uses insights ...
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Sometimes It’s Best to Just Wait for Them to Contact You

When there's a bit of silence from the hiring company after a job interview, most job candidates want to end that quiet with a follow-up phone call. ExecuNet member Rosanna Sandlin experienced that silence when interviewing with one particular company and ...
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Six-Figure Hotline: My Manger is your Director

As part of ExecuNet membership, I conduct a bi-weekly teleconference called Six-Figure Hotline where members call in to ask the questions keeping them up at night, and to gain market and trend insight from the career experts who join me in talking about ...
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Be Online, Be Visible, Be Found

When 59-year-old Dean Forrester suddenly found himself in transition, he thought it would only take him around 90 days to secure a new executive role. However, executives are averaging about a year in job search. "A long search was a complete shock to me," ...
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The Professional Athlete and Job Search

What does a professional athlete have in common with an executive? More than you think when it comes to strategies and mindset. Professional athletes have to have incredible focus. It's all about the competition, and no matter what physical strength is ...
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Industries that Have Jobs

The length of time spent in job search is on the rise. But some industries are hiring. Networking your way in to decision-makers in these industries is a great way to see your long search bear fruit. (more…)
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How Focused is Your Job Search Strategy?

An ExecuNet member asked: "In working with many executive search firms and recruiters, it seems that everyone is pointing to the fact that jobs search sites are obsolete. They are telling me, 'Don't even bother. Go directly through the company site.' They are ...
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