How do Recruiters Find You?
by Georgia Adamson - Aug, 2012
First, I need to clarify something. You do realize that recruiters (headhunters) do not beat the bushes to find you a job, right? Okay, but we also know that recruiters do look for candidates to fill in-house positions or to submit to client companies for openings at those companies. So how might those recruiters find you? Where do recruiters look for candidates? It depends. For example, some executive search firms hav...
Networking Choices that Change You
by John E. Kobara - Aug, 2012
What you choose changes you. We are confronted with many choices everyday. We select when to get up, what we wear, eat, and what we do. We decide what our priorities are, what needs to be done and who are our friends will be. While we can sometimes feel that life happens to us, we choose many of the details. Possibly the most important thing we do is decide where our attention is placed. What we listen to, look at, and und...
17 Unspoken Rules of LinkedIn Etiquette
by Andy Robinson - Aug, 2012
On most social media networks, it seems like anything goes. Things are a little more loose on Facebook and Twitter, but LinkedIn is strictly professional, giving it a different kind of status when it comes to etiquette. You have to be careful about what you put out there, how you make your requests, and remember to be polite. Are you stepping on toes without realizing your mistakes? Read on to learn about 17 unspoken rules of...
Career Makeover Strategy: How to Find the Right Professional Mentor
by Tai Goodwin - Aug, 2012
Having a mentor can make it much easier to be successful in work or in life. Knowing how to pick out a mentor can help you make the most of that helpful relationship. Here are some important qualities to look for in an advisor, and a step-by-step guide to finding the right one for you. Traits to Look for In a Mentor: 1. Focus on integrity. Look for someone whom you consider to be a wise role model. You want an adviso...
Executive Coach Tip: Expand and Nurture Your Internal Network
by Andy Robinson - Aug, 2012
As you move UPWARD in your organization, it will become more and more important that you understand, appreciate and take into consideration the goals, challenges and activities of other departments and other functional areas in your organization. In the end, they're ALL connected to each other; they all share common goals from a big picture standpoint; and .... they are all interdepent -- dependent upon one another. So .....
Global Networking Insights for the Executive Job Seeker
by Louise Garver - Aug, 2012
Are you working in a foreign country and looking for a position that will enable you to return to your country of origin? Are you overwhelmed? Are you working long hours or struggling with language barriers? Paralyzed at the thought of starting a new network? Working and living in a foreign country can be challenging. Most executive job seekers don’t find networking as easy as people think. Executives run multi-million dol...
Two Strategies for Combating Ageism on Your LinkedIn Profile Photo
by Joshua Waldman - Aug, 2012
Speaking at the Engineering Symposium in Portland a few years ago, I had two conversations back to back that were exactly the same. Now, I wasn’t surprised, when speaking to a group of 100 engineers, that ALL of them were much smarter than I am. I also wasn’t surprised to see many baby-boomers in the audience. So the conversations I had after my presentation were expected. Each person who came up to me afterward expres...
Organizing Your Executive Job Seeking Network
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2012
It’s no secret that networking is one of the most critical aspects of executive job seeking. While the standard approach to securing a job—sending in an application, cover letter, and resume—does work, a large percentage of executives find their positions through networking connections. The best way to ensure you get the most out of your networking experience is to keep close tabs on your current networking buddies, along...
Painless ways to control your online reputation
by Miriam Salpeter - Jul, 2012
Many job-seekers underestimate how important it is to have an online presence—a digital footprint to help convince potential hiring managers that they are right for the job. There is no question a person's online reputation makes a big difference for job-search success. But ironically, the worst outcome of having a recruiter search for you on the Web would be if he or she found nothing at all. In a digital age, having noth...
Utilizing your networking connections pays off!
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2012
I am very excited that my career coaching client, Justin, recently landed a job interview. He has a background in financial services, moved to Atlanta over a year ago from Boston to get a fresh start on his life and career. He’s looking to transition into a completely new industry, lobbying, politics and public relations. This interview was for a position in that field. Because this is a new field for him, it’s especially exci...
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