84 results for tag: Networking


What Differentiation Means on a Resume

If you are a senior executive looking for a new challenge, your competition will be the most successful people in your field, so how are you going to stand out? You're qualified. They're qualified. All the resumes the decision maker is looking at are ...
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What’s Needed Beyond a Resume

When you are in a job search at the executive level, you need a sales and marketing plan. The resume is simply a brochure according to ExecuNet Career Strategist Stacie Haller. It is not really meant for networking. The resume needs explaining, and you do ...
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Recruiters Talk With Stakeholders

Executive recruiters have the ability to get to the C-suite people, the people who feel the pain the organization is trying to fix. They serve as matchmakers, locating candidates who can fill the employer's need. In the end, they work for the ...
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The Story is Key for Executives

The story. It is all about the story.When you want to get a new job at the executive level, when you want opportunities to come your way organically, when you want people to know what you can do...you have got to be able to share your story in a way ...
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The Job Search Tool You Must Have

Executives need more than a resume when they are preparing their personal collateral documents. There is a networking tool, a valucentric document, that is essential for executives today. It is used before the resume and has become a real differ...
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When Starting a Job Search

There are so many executives who never really had to look for a new job; opportunities tended to happen through promotions and organic interactions. And there are many who haven't looked for a new job in over a decade and are not really sure how it is done ...
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Reaching Out to the CEO

For executives networking into a position is the best way to go. So, how about if you are interested in a company and you write an email to the CEO to express your interest? ExecuNet's Tony Vlahos asked Director of Coaching Services Harriette Lowenthal ...
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How You’ll Get Your Next Job

Finding a job at the executive level is not like finding a job for the rest of the org chart. You don't simply go to a job board and do some searches and apply. Executives have it harder. We discussed this topic with executive career strategist ...
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Over 50 Executives Need to Do This

"Often when you think you are being discriminated against because of age, it has nothing to do with age," says internationally renowned recruiter trainer Barb Bruno in this excerpt from a session of ExecuNet Master Class. Listen to Barb explain what is ...
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Leveraging LinkedIn for Senior Executives

LinkedIn remains a point of frustration for many executives. It's filled with so many people who could help you land your Next Great Next. But it's got to be used properly...especially at the executive level. People you work with on LinkedIn must ...
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Using a ValuGraphic is a Smart Move

Who hasn’t daydreamed about being a movie star at one time or another? Well, you are the star of your own career. Just like movie has a trailer, a short teaser of the best parts of what’s to come in the full movie, the savvy executive has a 1-page ...
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The Resume Isn’t the Best Networking Tool

When you are looking for a new job, handing out your resume to your network is not the best way to help yourself. There is a better document to have ready for your network. In this excerpt from a session of ExecuNet Master Class with ExecuNet ...
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