10 Years on LinkedIn – Why It’s Still Indispensable To Me

by Meg Guiseppi August 28, 2017

How LinkedIn Remains Invaluable To Me, and To All Executive Job Seekers I was noodling around on my LinkedIn Settings page when I noticed something at the top of the page. It said I’ve been a member since August 2007. Ten years is a long time. My business is so different than it was then. […]

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Use Job Boards for Research … Not to Find Executive Jobs

by Meg Guiseppi August 17, 2017

Are you spending hours every day, posting your executive resume on job boards? If so, cut it out!   Although job boards do serve a purpose, I hesitate suggesting you use them at all, because in my experience, too many executive job seekers get sucked in once there, spending way too much time responding to […]

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21 Ways Your Personal Brand Drives Your Executive Career

by Meg Guiseppi August 7, 2017

If you’ve done the branding work, you’re ready for job search when it comes, and can rely on your brand for career success.

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4 Reasons You Can’t Write Your Own Executive Resume

by Meg Guiseppi August 3, 2017

My first encounter with prospective clients is typically through an email with their resume attached. Often, they’ve written their own resume and state upfront that they’re embarrassed by how bad it is. Many of them have never needed a resume, as they progressed through their careers to the senior or c-suite level. Or, they haven’t looked […]

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When Was the Last Time You Updated Your LinkedIn Profile?

by Meg Guiseppi July 31, 2017

20 Things To Check When You Update Your LinkedIn Profile All too many executives adhere to the “build it and forget it” strategy with LinkedIn. They put up a perfunctory profile years ago – perhaps the last time they were job-hunting – and promptly forgot about it, once they landed a job. They’re forgetting that […]

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How Important Are Thank You Notes in Executive Job Search?

by Meg Guiseppi July 27, 2017

Job seekers these days seem to pay less attention to good manners and etiquette through the job search process  . . . Which makes these positive qualities an even more powerful asset to those who always display them. People with particularly good manners stand out above those who don’t bother or never really learned how. […]

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