Before contacting me, please read about the executive branding and job search services I offer and how the process works. If you’re interested, we should talk about strategically positioning you for executive job search.
I’ll need to know about your career history and future career plans.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high volume of inquiries I receive, I can only respond to those that include the information below, including your answers to the six questions. If you’re contacting me for a reason other than discussing my services and working with me on personal branding and job search, state that clearly in your email.
Please email me the following information:
→ Your most recent resume (and bio, if you have one) — paste it into your email message (formatting doesn’t matter) or include it as a Word document attachment.
→ If you don’t have a resume or the one you have is very outdated, email me a brief outline of your career history, job responsibilities, and notable achievements. A link to your LinkedIn profile will also suffice, if your profile is complete.
Please also include in your email your answers to the 6 questions below.
Your answers will benefit both you and me. They’ll help me determine whether we may be a good fit to work together, and they’ll help you focus your search. Whether or not we work together, these are things that savvy job seekers need to be prepared to discuss, before moving forward with developing their resume, biography, LinkedIn profile, etc.
1. What’s prompting you to seek help now?
2. What things (documents, online profiles and services) would you like me to help you with in your job search? Please note that my personal branding process is always the first step for any work we do together.
Resume, biography, cover letter, other career documents, LinkedIn profile, Google+ profile, ZoomInfo profile, other online profiles, online presence coaching, LinkedIn coaching, Twitter coaching, other job search services.
3. What road blocks or challenges do you feel you are facing in your search or career?
4. How quickly do you need to be in your next position?
5. If you have been laid off, are you working with an outplacement firm provided by your employer?
6. What type of job are you targeting — industry, position, level, salary and geographic area?
Once I review your information and answers, I’ll get back to you about scheduling an initial phone consultation. I’ll respond quickly — usually the same day or within 24 hours — unless you contact me late Friday through Sunday, or on a holiday.
Because I limit the number of clients I will work with at any given time, my focus is squarely on you throughout the process.
Hope to hear from you. Thanks for your interest.
C-level / Senior Executive Branding, Online Identity & Job Search Strategist
Your unique ROI value proposition … differentiated, strategically positioned, and helping you Land a Great-fit New Gig™.
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Email Meg: meg at executivecareerbrand.com