You’ve likely seen it all the time when pitching your services to prospective job seekers: You know they desperately need to get at least the basics on the hidden job market, interviewing, and salary negotiation, but it’s not happening because: You don’t have the hours to teach this stuff 1-1
Spending hours and hours online reading and responding to job ads sure feels productive when you are on the hunt for your next executive role, doesn’t it? And maybe it was when you were in the earlier stages of your career. Advertised opportunities abound for entry- and mid-level management roles,
You have likely heard that up to 95% of jobs today are never advertised and that professionals, like you, find those opportunities BEFORE they are ever advertised. The hidden job market is comprised of: Opportunities known to management or the CEO but that are not yet communicated. Jobs that do
If you are skeptical about the power of the hidden job market, you need to read on. You likely understand that up to 95% of jobs are never advertised, especially at senior levels. This is the story of Handell, a technology executive client who had been downsized from his firm
An old job search strategy is once again attracting a lot of attention from job seekers and career experts. Why bring back an old technique? Because it's working when so many other strategies are not. Clicking "apply" doesn't work Online applications, for example, have become the frustration of the century.