Many people take a break from their careers for one reason or another. Whether you’ve been taken some time off to spend with family, to focus on other ambitions, to study or to look after your health, returning to the job market can often feel overwhelming. However, when the time comes to meet with an Executive Recruiter, you can take some simple measures to ensure you stand out from the crowd when you re-enter the job market.
When you’re meeting with an Executive Recruiter for a position, it’s important to remember that you’re likely not the only candidate for the job.
Networking is a critical part of developing your executive career and ensuring you move up the ladder quickly. When you meet prospective employers and executive recruiters, it’s important that you can deliver a thoroughly thought-out and well-executed elevator pitch to ensure that you give the best possible image of yourself.
We have compiled some of our best tips on how you can create a winning executive CV through a better understanding about the differences between junior and executive resumes.
As Steve Jobs once stated, “if you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time”. The man behind one of the biggest and most ground-breaking international brands of all time was keenly aware of something that all executive candidates should remember. Success does not fall into our laps. It takes a lot of effort, hard work and dedication.
Your résumé is your first impression to potential employers and as the saying goes, “first impressions count”.
Whilst you do want your résumé to stand out amongst the other job applicants, it is extremely important to remember the fundamental elements that need to be included such as…
One of the most time-consuming tasks that management can find themselves involved in, is the task s of recruiting a new team member or executive. There are several benefits to engaging the services of a recruitment agent when sourcing and placing the right candidate in the right position.
When meeting with a prospective employer, first impressions count – but so does your ‘lasting impression’. Your lasting impression is determined by how you portray yourself overall and your understanding of the company during the interview.