Launch a Successful Executive Job Search with Expert Strategies
Luck favors the prepared they say. This is so true. As a career management coach and certified executive resume writer, I have witnessed the HUGE difference it makes when a client is strategic in his/her job search.
Where Should You Start?
That is the first question my executive-level clients ask after we have developed and polished their new career marketing tools.
You can’t plot a course of action without information and a winning roadmap!
So, first things first. Write down your next-level career goal so that your career journey and marketing documents are crystal clear.
Check out Jason Alba’s advice on LinkedIn; he covers what you must do the first 30 days of your job search.
Get ready. Have your resume, cover letter, LinkedIn profile, biography, and other job search tools revamped and branded.
Follow career experts on Social media. You will find a great list below of some of the top pros that immediately came to mind.
If you have an expert to recommend or are an expert and would like to be included in this list, comment below.
Best Recruiters on Twitter for Executives
Twitter bio: Recruiter, Founder of staffing firm A-List Solutions, blogger
Twitter bio: Author/recruiter
Twitter bio: We are dedicated to connecting job seekers with top recruiters.
Twitter bio: President & Founder of Bulls Eye Recruiting
Twitter bio: Google recruiter. Microsoft alum
Twitter bio: Recruiting premier talent for global outsourcing engagements.
Job Search Coaches, Career Experts, Resources On Twitter
While you will find Twitter addresses below, all of these career pros have websites where they dish out more expertise.
Twitter bio: Helping you job search better! Improve your online visibility using smart social media strategies.
One of my favorite experts to follow is Hannah Morgan, who is a fantastic job search strategist. You should subscribe to her blog, Career Sherpa.
Hannah put a fantastic list together of job search strategists, coaches, and resume writers you must follow —why redo what is already so great!?
See that list here: 50 Best Twitter Accounts For Job Search Advice 2019
Another one that deserves a special nod is The Muse. Check out the website as well as the Twitter handle.
Twitter bio: Helping people succeed in their careers, and find meaningful jobs at the best companies.
Susan P. Joyce
Twitter bio: Job-Hunt.org a Forbes Top 100 Website for Your Career, your guide to a shorter & smarter job search (don’t forget the hyphen between Job and Hunt!)
Twitter bio: Catalyst for personal & career transformation. Looking to help w/ #JobSearch #CareerChange #SmallBiz
Twitter Bio: Founder of JibberJobber.com Author, speaker, entrepreneur, a proponent of multiple income streams.
>Work Coach Cafe
Twitter bio: Blog to help people become more successful in their jobs and job search, on the Forbes Top 100 Website for Your Career list.
Twitter bio: Holistic Career Counselor, Trainer & Author of Nourish Your Career; Specialize in career transition, meaningful work, social good people & organizations; Animal Advocate
And more great experts…
Supporting you in your next career move – providing coaching, career mapping, CV writing, interview preparation, training, development and much more
Twitter bio: Sharing #careers advice and #workplaceinsights from Hays, the world’s leading #recruitment experts.
Twitter bio: Executive Leadership Strategist, Author
Harvard Business Review
Twitter bio: The leading destination for smart management thinking.
Twitter bio: We are a job searching site with over 2 MILLION job listings and fantastic resources available.
Twitter bio: Career website offering in-depth career success articles, videos, slides & infographics to help people succeed in their careers.
PayScale provides compensation data to individuals & employers through its online tools & software
Great Executive Resume Writing Experts on Twitter
Tweeting CareerTrend dot net’s favorite career, writing, marketing + business bloggers’ feeds.
Best Executive Job Search Websites
My tips and more favorites on Twitter: