With the impact of this economy and social media, landing your next C-suite gig may be an entirely different experience for you than the last time you tackled it. Here are 10 of my posts to help you get a foothold:
Personal branding, online brand identity-building, networking, social media, and targeted research are must-do strategies.
Add targeted career research to your personal brand and c-level executive job search toolkit. Proactively attack c-level executive job search with informed and purposeful networking.
Leverage LinkedIn to search jobs, research companies for market intelligence and due diligence, and connect/re-connect with people.
These days there’s no such thing as a permanent job. Be ready, in case you’re thrown into job search.
If you’re going to spend time posting your resume, use the niche job boards instead of the big boards.
Great advice on recruiting the recruiter, personal branding, social media, interviewing, and executive resumes.
Leverage the value of your softer skills in interviews to generate the kind of chemistry that will position you as a good fit for the right organization.
Find out what every top-level executive needs to be working on just to keep pace with their competition, in job search and overall healthy career management.
Network your way into your next C-level job to tap into the hidden job market, circumvent the gatekeepers, and deal directly with decision makers.
BusinessWeek compiled an interactive report of the world’s top 150 headhunters, considering a number of factors, along with contact information and a full profile for each.
Simple things you can do to propel yourself forward after the crushing blow of a layoff.
If you’re not making progress with your job search, stop looking at what’s happening outside and take a close look at yourself. How are you stopping yourself making progress?
If you’re contemplating a career move or you’re already in the thick of a job search, invest in some quality, attractive-looking thank notes and plenty of postage stamps, and start using them regularly.
Not in the habit of monitoring your online identity? You should be. If you’re in an executive job search, recruiters and hiring decision makers are Googling you for deeper information before considering you for the positions they’re trying to fill.