How To Repair Your Online Reputation A recent survey revealed nearly 50% of employers decided not to hire candidates based on unfavorable content they found online. Are you confident that when hiring authorities Google you, everything they read will shape a favorable executive image? Senior-level candidates undergo intense evaluations, and ‘digital dirt’ can remove you […]
How to Reduce Stress at the Executive Level Millions of people around the world suffer from stress, but for those at the executive level, it can be off the charts. The pressures of running multi-billion-dollar companies and the responsibilities that come with that role are immense and can take their toll on a personal level. […]
Is transitioning to a new career in your future? If so, you’re not alone. Statistics show the average person changes job 12 times during his or her career with many spending five years or less in each role (4.3 years for men and 4.0 years for women). When you’re ready to take the next step […]
16 QUESTIONS YOUR EXECUTIVE RESUME MUST ANSWER Getting ready to write your executive resume requires some deep analytical thinking. Take your time and plan before you write your executive resume. The more you focus your executive resume, the better responses you will receive. When it has been done right, a convincing executive resume close to […]
Are YOU Committing Career Suicide? Many Professionals Are. Halt! Please stop surfing and read this article because you could unknowingly be on your way to committing career suicide! A cautionary tale: I’ve witnessed many job seekers, including high-ranking executives, arrive at the shocking realization that they’ve progressively carved an unfavorable, seemingly intractable career path. […]
The job search competition is fierce –there is no way to deny that! All the career gurus are advising you to build your brand, get online, tap into the hidden market, launch a strategic job search campaign—but have we failed to divulge you must be a superstar!?
Next time your job search coach/resume writer advises you go a little ‘crazy’ and, well, let’s see… trash your old, boring, safe, and mundane resume—listen to them. If they ask you to have a little trust in their expertise…you know what you must do? You get out of your comfort zone—and, yes—listen to them.