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Ideas are great, visions are inspiring, but without goals and a strategy for success, we can all remain in Wonderland.
Are you one of those executives whose idea of a good job search means trying every strategy and tactic available to you?
Are you in a job search and finding that some strategies are just not working?
Has your enthusiasm for finding a new executive search waned over time?
No surprise here. If you did not map out a job search strategy plan, your best intentions can fail you miserably. So what are some things you consider before developing your job search strategy plan?
- What is your job target or ideal new leadership position?
- Are you seeking a career advancement, lateral or bridge job opportunity?
- What kind of companies are you interested in?
- Where do you want to work in terms of geographic location? Would you consider working overseas?
- What is your timeline for landing a new job? Three months? Six months?
- What are your salary and compensation requirements? Can you accept the same or lower salary if needed?
- Can a series of consulting engagements and contracts help you achieve your career goals?
- Are you fully qualified for the positions you are targeting? Do you need a job that will provide you with training?
- Are you being pursued for opportunities that don't match your immediate career and job search goals?
- Have you been a job search for more than six months, but with no real prospects?
Hmm...look at all those questions...and you thought that a good job search just meant that you were sending out resumes everyday. Relax, I have written a lot of this topic and it's time that you paid attention:)
About Abby, Executive Career Architect, Job Search Expert, Master Resume Writer
Ask yourself these questions:
-- Are you launching an executive job search for first time in 10+ years?
-- Are you puzzled about whether executive recruiters, online job boards, personal contacts or LinkedIn is the best strategy for you?
-- Are you still marketing that "write-it-yourself" executive resume that is getting no results?
-- Has the personal branding buzz gone over your heard because you still don't know your value proposition?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions, take real action today and schedule your complimentary, career/resume strategy session with Abby Locke.
Why? She is an executive career architect helps senior-level executives to define their brand differentiation, overcome self-marketing fears and command higher salaries in their fields.
This is not a free coaching session or disguished sales call, but an opportunity to engage with a leading executive career expert who can take you from stuck to stellar in your executive career.