Perhaps you’ve decided to reach out to recruiters as a means of accessing potential opportunities at your leadership career level. If so, how do you find the best executive recruiters for your situation? Many recruiters work nationally and globally, making it difficult to pinpoint the best resources. You can get in touch with colleagues for … Continue reading How to Find Recruiters For Your Job Search
Ready to make LinkedIn work harder for you... but unsure how to generate activity from the site? Confused as to why your Profile viewers never get in touch with you? LinkedIn will have a tremendous impact on your job search – generating new Connections, recruiter calls, and networking opportunities – but this only happens when … Continue reading 3 Ways You’re Turning Off Recruiters on LinkedIn
Scroll down the sidebar of your LinkedIn Home Page, and you’ll eventually notice the blurb that asks “Who’s Viewed Your Profile?” If you click on it, you’ll see a page entitled Profile Stats, which is designed to show you other users that have looked at your information. To get a glimpse of who is searching … Continue reading Who’s Viewed Your Profile on LinkedIn – And What Do They Want?
Today’s job hunter faces an increasingly confusing myriad of choices about how to find that next opportunity, from where to search for job openings, to how to create an effective résumé or even where to use it. However, there’s one mainstay of the job market that can pay off in huge dividends for both employers … Continue reading Working With Recruiters, Part II: Getting Up to Speed
With so many professionals questioning how recruiters work, this topic comes up frequently, and for good reason: numerous myths abound about what recruiters really want to see on your résumé, what to avoid, and what is sure to get a response.As a former recruiter, I often saw great candidates undersell themselves by a mile, while … Continue reading Working With Recruiters, Part 1: Your Resume