Archive for the ‘Executive Job Search’ Category

Connect with the Right Staffing Firm Posted on
December 12, 2011 by

Do You Want to Love Your Job in 2012?

Employed? Unemployed? Underemployed? To progress in your career you must think differently then the average person. You don’t really have to love your job but you better be passionate about what you want in a job (whether you are looking for a new job or not). Evaluate your role at current organization. Evaluate your future […]

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Putting the final building block onto the top of a rising pile signifying success and achievement. Posted on
October 24, 2011 by

3 Habits in :30 for Career Health

The mental challenge of search requires a different thought process. You may make yourself crazy trying to apply an old paradigm to a more difficult solution. Save your career life by thinking differently today and getting a refreshed outlook despite the tough career challenges today. 1. Improve Your Outlook With Vision and Perspective – Every […]

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September 20, 2011 by

3 Simple Ways to Create a Talent War for You

According to Merriam Webster, a war is: Definition of WAR 1 a (1) : a state of usually open and declared armed hostile conflict between states or nations (2) : a period of such armed conflict (3) : state of war b : the art or science of warfare c (1) obsolete : weapons and […]

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July 26, 2011 by

How to Hunt in the Pack

A colleague of mine, Susan Whitcomb, raised an excellent question on Linked In about job search and it inspired me to think about a team approach in this area. During the most difficult period of search in at least the last 10 years I responded to her post and question with some ideas of my own and that have worked for my clients. Here is a primer of that discussion and some ideas for you if you want to hunt or use some the tactics of the pack or a team approach.

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pptdtyias-n-04 Posted on
May 24, 2011 by

Your Social Media Editorial Strategy

I would argue that those two are now blending and will continue to blend. By creating a more powerful purpose in your “social media’ regardless of platform you will be able to anticipate and be prepared for the future. The future to me looks like a blend. To be ready for that blend create a content and relevant editorial strategy to help define your future brand.

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wmabcahtdwt-01 Posted on
May 13, 2011 by

Are Recruiters Demanding Too Much Information in the Hiring Process?

I asked one client about his recent experience during an all day executive assessment.
He said: “Are they allowed to pull my DNA too? I cannot believe how much I had to reveal and submit for them to even consider me. When did this happen?”
If you haven’t been interviewing or are not ready to handle these requests the message is clear. Companies want more information from you and they are trying to get it whether you like it or not.
Has this happened to you? What have you done to respond? How will you respond in the future?

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April 29, 2011 by

De-Clutter Your Work Life

What are some of the toughest things any executive or serious careerist battles in career transition? To find some answers I reached out to Jeff Davidson of Jeff Davidson who is “The Work-Life Balance Expert and has written 56 mainstream books. I wanted to talk to Jeff. His partial creds? He’s considered a key authority on time management, making nearly 800 presentations since 1985 to clients such as IBM, American Express, Lufthansa, Swissotel, Re/Max, USAA, Worthington Steel, and the World Bank. He has authored 60 books including “Breathing Space,” and the recent Amazon highly rated “Simpler Living.”

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April 18, 2011 by

Tax Deductions – Job Search

You may deduct headhunter and career coach fees. Keep records and these expenses can be deducted if you are trying to improve your chances of transitioning within your current field.

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March 14, 2011 by

My NCAA Bracket – John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success

“Always seek to find the best way rather than insisting upon your way.”
John Wooden

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February 22, 2011 by

Control the Aggregation of You

For all of these people we now take a mostly entrepreneurial approach to developing their career brand. Few people want or think they will stay with their existing company or organization for more than two or three years. Try to manage, maintain and direct the conversation of you that is going online.

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