64 results for tag: LinkedIn


ExecuNet’s Coach Don on the Importance of Assessing Fit When in an Interview

This was one of the many topics Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet’s Coach Don in Ask Coach Don Your Job Search Questions, a session of ExecuNet Master Class. Coach Don went on to explain that fit is a two-way street. The company is looking for ...
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ExecuNet’s Coach Don on What You Should Know About LinkedIn Profiles

How should the LinkedIn profile be used to be an effective part of an executive's job search? This was one of many questions Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asked ExecuNet's Coach Don in Ask Coach Don Your Job Search Questions, a session of ExecuNet ...
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What Should I Be Doing to Nurture My LinkedIn Network?

I recently upgraded to VIP status ExecuNet membership and was quickly captivated by your weekly column in the Saturday newsletter. A quick search revealed older Ask Ann posts on the site and I have now read all of them. This one (How Do I Make My Online ...
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The Pay it Forward Mindset of LinkedIn

So many people approach LinkedIn all wrong. They either copy and paste their résumé and that's it, or they go about it backward. By backward I mean they have a, "I need something (JOB) approach." When did anyone ever get very far when they led with what ...
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Employed and Don’t Have Time for LinkedIn?

That's a mistake. Everyone is in transition, always. If you are at the executive level and don't spend time on LinkedIn EVERY WEEK you are neglecting your own career. LinkedIn is part if building relationships and is not "something else to do." Even ...
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Subject Matter Expert or “Pigeon-holed?”

Gone are the days of old-fashioned job security where you could get into a "safe" industry or stay somewhere long enough that you would never have to worry about being laid-off, downsized or becoming obsolete. In the new economy of disruption, the only job ...
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Here’s How Not to Look Unemployed

There's a bias against the unemployed job seeker. The rationale behind it is that "the good ones are taken." That's not necessarily true, but it is a bias that job seekers need to navigate around. In this short video, ExecuNet's Managing Director of Career ...
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Your Number One Connector for New Roles

ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos asked executive recruiter and ExecuNet career strategist Pat Romboletti a member's question on accepting LinkedIn invitations from salespeople. In her response, Pat shared which group is the number one networking ...
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Time Management on LinkedIn

Everyone is in transition – always. It is the most commonly used place to look people up. That being the case, it's vital to showcase yourself in a way that shows how you are unique and relevant. LinkedIn is basically a 24/7 live global networking event ...
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How Do You Recommend an Older Job Seeker (55+) Approach a Job Search?

How do you recommend an older job seeker (55+) approach a job search? What are the things specific to this group that needs to be done/kept in mind? What type of companies should they pursue, and how should they pursue them? In addition to all the basics ...
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From the Saddlebag: Digital Footprints

From the Saddlebag: Season 2: Episode 1 The job search trail can be lonesome and treacherous. To help you through the dark and dusty parts, you’ll want to take along a guide you can really trust. In our From the Saddlebag series, Master Class Host Tony ...
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How Do You Stop Leaders from “Gaming” Your System?

For two decades I designed compensation and performance management systems for large and medium companies. I always had this nagging thought that after two or three years the system had run its course. Those who wanted to do so had figured out the game and ...
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