75 results for tag: personal branding


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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Private Notes of a Recruiter: Insider Tips for Job Search

Do you want to advance in your career? Sourcing, recruiting, interviewing, and hiring processes have changed dramatically. If you answered “Yes,” how do you plan to position yourself to end up accepting the best offer with one of your targeted compani...
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Understanding What Can and What Cannot be Controlled in Job Search

When you are in a job search it's a personal mission, which makes it different than the business decision that is hiring someone to a fill a position on your team. The very nature of it being personal makes it impossible for for the job seeker to be ...
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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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The Importance of Consistent Personal Marketing

Need help telling your story? ExecuNet's Career Strategists can make the difference in all aspects of your job search... and beyond. Get the help you need and the job you deserve. When it comes to an executive job search your marketing efforts are a huge ...
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Honoring Women in Their Personal Brand Journey

Each day, women around the world wake up and realize their potential isn't fully utilized, their contributions are stifled, and their voice is muted. Each day, around the world, these women take the brave and bold steps to build their legacy in ways that make ...
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Things are Different When Looking for a Job at the Executive Level

It's gold medal or bust in the job search world. Getting onto the podium simply isn't good enough. But that's what's going to happen if you're an executive who is approaching your job search in a non-executive manner. Need help telling your story? ExecuN...
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Does Your Job Search Need a Marketing Makeover?

Chances are your next job will come through a second- or third-degree connection in your network. That doesn't mean your message is "I'm looking for a new job" or "Do you know of anything I'd be good for?" According to our career strategists, for most ...
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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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Building Your Executive Brand

Frequently, when I speak with younger executives about advancing their careers, we inevitably discuss their career aspirations and the importance of a strong personal brand. Senior executives and CEOs, too, must be conscious of their brands. A strong, ...
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7 Ways to Recover After a Reputation Crisis

Several times a week, I receive an urgent email along these lines: “I think I need to hire you. Google my name and you’ll see why.” These individuals' financial and legal representatives are struggling to help them repair damage to their good name ...
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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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