Stand out From the Pack: 8 Strategies for Writing an Executive Resume

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The most impactful executive resumes have this in common: They answer the employer’s question “What’s in it for me?” Your resume may be read by high-level recruiters, C-suite executives or board members. They’ll want to know how hiring you will help them solve their business problems. Use these strategies to design or rework your resume… Read more »

6 Tips for a (Successful) Confidential Executive Job Search

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The average executive spends approximately four years in a job. The secret to finding your next great opportunity lies in formulating and executing the right strategy. Make yourself visible while keeping your search efforts confidential. Expand your network in a smart and targeted fashion. Have the right players on your team – and what may… Read more »

Ticking All the Boxes: How to Shine During Your Executive Job Interview

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Landing an interview for a great executive job isn’t easy. It is stressful, of course, but walking in with confident knowledge of the information you want to communicate turns that into a positive form of stress. The key is staying in control, painting a picture of success as you position yourself for an offer. Prepare… Read more »

Interviewing for an Executive Marketing Job? 7 Tips for a Successful Interview

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Marketing is about chemistry between a company and its customers. Success is based on a synergy that is carefully built from research, strategy and campaigning. As a marketing executive, you are hired to be a thinker and a relationship builder. During your interview, you need to demonstrate your creativity, organizational capability and professionalism. Use these… Read more »

Where are the Hidden Executive Jobs?

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You have probably heard about the hidden executive job market, but how can you best take advantage of it? The percentage of unlisted and unadvertised jobs is estimated to be somewhere between 80 and 90 percent. These are top jobs, created to accommodate specific candidates who connect and dialogue with leading companies’ hiring decision makers…. Read more »

How to Leave a Powerful Lasting Impression When You Resign a Position

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How you leave a job makes a lasting impression on your soon-to-be-former managers and colleagues. You may need a reference from that job at some point – and chances are those you worked with will become a part of your professional network. When you are getting ready to start a new position, be sure to… Read more »