Looking to make a change in your executive career? No matter what role you are looking for, whether you or looking to move within your current industry or move into an entirely new area, there is help out there. Executive recruitment specialists can be a great resource in helping you to overcome some of the common pitfalls that many executive candidates face when deciding to switch careers.
Our ego is a tool. It’s what helps us keep our self-esteem up and it helps us set boundaries, but like most things in life, it also has a bad side. Me, myself and I, the unholy trinity, can stand in your way when seeking an executive role. In order to succeed as an executive candidate, you need to be self-aware, keep your ego in check and learn to harness the good.
In today’s fast-paced world, executive recruiters often have just 30 to 60 seconds to glance over your resume. If they like what they see, you’ll have a good chance of getting that highly-anticipated phone call to come in for an interview. To put your best foot forward it’s crucial that you keep your resume up-to-date and show the recruiter in question what your USP is and what you can bring to the table.
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.
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.