216 results for tag: Networking


The Value Proposition: Real Life Examples

Knowing your unique value and being able to talk about it to prospective employers is the key to executive job search. But what does that look like? One thing it doesn't look like is a list of duties and responsibilities, yet that's what nearly all job ...
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How to Approach Networking the Right Way

So many executives stumble in their job search efforts because they are reluctant networkers. At the upper levels, landing your next great opportunity usually is the result of networking so you really don't want to neglect the topic, no matter how reluctant ...
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Building a Tribe

In Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Spock says, "Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few." Captain Kirk answers, "Or the one." When I posted my very first spontaneous video about being out of work, I realized that my ...
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Getting Known for What You Know

One great challenge many executives have is getting known for what they know. At the executive level this is vital. It needs to be an ongoing part of one's networking efforts, not just something that happens when in job search. The first step is identifying ...
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How to Solve the No-offer Mystery and Get the Job

Shocked. Heartbroken. These days more and more job seekers at the senior levels are reporting they nailed the interview – but were stunned not to get the offer. Why? Like many in today's executive hiring market, you might be getting a lot of attention ...
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Post Interview, Turn Your “Thank You” Into Networking

Everyone knows to send a "thank you" note of some sort after an interview. But what goes into that thank you note to make it effective? Listen to ExecuNet's Head of Learning Tony Vlahos and Director of Career Services Harriette Lowenthal talk about topics ...
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Is Who You Know More Important Than What You Know?

Throughout our lives why was there such a tremendous emphasis put on learning, rather than on building connections and your network? According to LinkedIn, over 80% of job seekers identify their next opportunity through networking efforts.  Who you know ...
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How to Overcome Age Bias in Your Job Search

Ageism in a job search is a real issue. Older workers can face high hurdles in the competition for jobs—often due to tired misconceptions and just plain and simple age discrimination that, sadly, is pervasive in the employment market. In this Q&A, ...
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Are You LinkedIn But Outdated?

When working with health IT executives today, I notice that one the most important components of their professional profiles is often outdated and incomplete – their LinkedIn accounts. In today's hyper-connected world, it is LinkedIn that acts as the first ...
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3 Ways to Keep Your Network Strong NOW!

Now! As in now that most of our meetings are still virtual. Online. Mediated. Or as they describe it in the world of academe – remote synchronous. Here are 3 simple ways to keep your network strong right now! Be Clear About Your Target Market! What ...
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The Art of Finding Your Next Senior-level Executive Job in 2021

Job openings and ads skyrocket in January, but so does the number of people looking for their next senior-level executive job. When competition is up, you need to give employers more and more reasons to hire you. Capturing their attention through your ...
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How Your Executive Job Search Will Be Different in 2021

If you're in the market for a new job in 2021, how you go about your search may look a little different. During this expert Q&A, acclaimed senior-level executive career coach Harriette Lowenthal will tell you about changes that are likely sticking around ...
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