22 results for tag: Value Story


Not All Job Listings are Created Equally

An interesting question came up when ExecuNet Premium member Kieran was working with his career strategist last week. Kieran is a senior IT executive who came to us on the recommendation of a friend and former colleague who we helped develop personal ...
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Apply to Postings But Do this First

Job postings. They are the modern way of finding what's next. But at the executive level, the minority of jobs are found that way. So, should executives even bother with job boards? Approached the right way, yes, executives should check out ...
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Getting from Point A to B in Your Job Search: An Expert Panel Discussion

It doesn’t get better than having industry insiders sharing their knowledge and suggestions, and that’s exactly what we have in store for you with this panel discussion. We have a collection of ExecuNet career strategists and coaches lined up to share ...
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You’ve Got Options! Step Out of the Box.

I want to tell you about James, a product development executive who is very typical of many executives these days. James is 51 and is latching on to stability, trying to hang on until retirement. Hanging on for a minimum of 16 years is not a healthy ...
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An Effective Resume Tells an Executive-level Story

When we think about the C-suite, we are talking about leaders, corporate visionaries who have made tough decisions about people, products, and companies. How does one reflect what they are known for and what they make happen in a resume? This was a ...
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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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Let’s Talk About Your Age

What are some ways to get around the bias against hiring older executives? This is a question ExecuNet's Tony Vlahos asked on behalf of an attendee of a session of ExecuNet Master Class. The expert on the call, ExecuNet's Director of Coaching Services ...
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Getting Past Fears that Come with Being in One Job for 20 Years

Some many senior executives believe they are locked in to their industry and company because they have been there for over 20 years. This simply is not the case! ExecuNet Career Strategist Stacie Haller spoke with ExecuNet's Tony Vlahos about this mindset ...
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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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Demonstrating Transferrable Skills When Switching Industries

Switching industries is something many executives are interested in but are reluctant to pursue. Recruiters are not often going to look for a round peg to fit into a square hole. The case has to be made for them. This means the executive needs to have a ...
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Knowing Your Brand is Career Insurance

We all have insurance for our cars, homes, and life. What about for your career? ExecuNet Career Strategist Stacie Haller says knowing and being able to properly articulate your brand/value story provides executives with career insurance. That ...
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The Trend in Executive Hiring That You’re Not Paying Enough Attention To

Companies are more aware of transferrable skills and are recognizing the value of soft transferrable skills like verbal and written communication, problem solving, etc., like they never have before. So many companies over emphasize hard skills when they ...
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