Do You Need to Change Your Job Search Strategy?

Dan was about to “resettle” in a job he no longer wanted. He had been searching for six months with no offers. Conducting a job search while working was especially difficult for Dan, due to his 16 years of company loyalty. Dan felt that the search could be detrimental to his career if his CEO found out, but he gave […]

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How to Get Multiple Offers (Update)

Ben’s company was looking for a buyer. As Division President, he was well aware of the situation and started looking around for CEO opportunities a year ago. He called a handful of search executives that he knew and called a few new ones in his geography and industry. For a while, the search executives he contacted […]

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Don’t Undervalue Your Worth

Jack thought he was looking for a job during the worst of times. It was 2009, and he had been fired from his job as President of a $1.5B consulting business with a Fortune 100 company. His confidence was badly shaken, when he came to us after six months of searching. We checked his references and verified what his […]

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Is there an ELEPHANT in the interviewing room?

Rick told me he had just been rejected for a Chief Marketing and Sales opportunity, and he was convinced it was because he is Latino. He thought he had an excellent interview with the CEO. He reported that the CEO ended the interview by saying, “You are just what we need.” Later, a member of […]

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Driving Career Momentum

52 C-level executives were asked, “What has been your biggest career mistake?” 29 answered, “I stayed too long.”* Each executive specified a position, or a company,  or an industry, and one mentioned geography.* A dynamic career doesn’t just happen. It is constructed through well planned and selective job moves. Your career momentum builds when you make the right moves at the right time. Ask yourself the following questions: Are you […]

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