Design and drive your own career path
It starts with your resume and accomplishment bullets and your interview presentation.
This is such a critical element of a resume that requires hours, and weeks of analyzing and thinking about what you are going to include in a short accomplishment statement.
The recruiter and hiring manager are extremely busy people. Initially your resume will get a 15 second look, and if you are selected for an interview you must be professional, sharp, clear, a listener, and efficiently deliver a presentation and response to what you are being asked. The higher in the food chain you go, the more that will be expected of you. Listen closely to a CIO client that Andrew coached about how to describe yourself in one sentence. That CIO was interviewed by a CEO and received a job offer on the spot by applying what he learned.
Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, defined his legacy by fighting political corruption and establishing national parks. He didn’t let his opponents’ power defeat him because he believed his goals would make the country a better place to live.
I recruit top of the line quality candidates for clients in multiple states. The executive search process looks for creative ways to source, identify and engage with great candidates, so that there is no time is lost in connecting you to your next opportunity that you have a passion for.
Conducting engaging searches for industrial construction, oil & gas, manufacturing, and all engineering disciplines. and the hard to fill roles. Taking time to develop engaging and meaningful relationships for both professionally and personally is a key ingredient. I have a calling to connect my network of contacts that I discover on a daily basis with the right career opportunity, regardless of the specialty.
We are all aware that we live in a complicated world where the employment landscape has drastically changed in the last 5 years, with more changes to come. According to Tharawat Magazine for family businesses and entrepreneurs, Tony Seculich writes in his article the Three Ways Millennial Leadership is Transforming the Workspace - "Executive leadership is undergoing a dramatic shift in demographics. As more baby boomers and gen-xers retire, millennials are stepping in to fill the void and bringing with them a new perspective on business leadership."
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