Are you confident or stuck in your executive career?
With all the new rules for career success – emerging technology, mobile work spaces, tough job competition and the critical need to differentiation from your colleagues – even the best executives can get overwhelmed.
Chances are that if you have landed on this page, there is something missing in your career marketing plans and you have finally realized that you cannot go it alone.
Where do you keep getting stuck?
- Do you often struggle with marketing yourself to employers and recruiters?
- Is it challenging to articulate your value on an executive resume or during interviews?
- Are you constantly frustrated about always being the #2 or #3 candidate?
- Would it be easier if you had more than a “do-it-yourself” executive resume to get in front of key decision makers?
Whether you are knee-deep in a fruitless job search, tired about getting overlooked for internal company opportunities or have accepted that your career success is up to, well, you have reached the right place.
We’re in a new millenium and it takes more effort to be successful…
1) Your old executive resume is not working:
Today’s executive resume is SO much more than a flat, historical document, the new millenium resume is a powerful, hard-hitting document that showcases your talents, potential, personal brand and unique promise of value.
2) Employers are not impressed with your qualifications:
In today’s competitive job market, being qualified is as uneventful as breathing. You need to scape beyond the surface to help employers understand why they should hire you.
3) You are not going to “ace” the 2013 executive job search so easily:
Unless you already have strong online presence or consistent executive brand reputation throughout your industry, the competition will knock you out.
You will have to translate executive brand and your value proposition into ROI-focused executive career documents, social media tools, elevator pitches and compelling talking points. And that’s just getting started…your executive job search is not going anywhere unless you also have a networking resume, career biography, critical leadership initiatives document.
4) If you’re not playing online, you’re invisible to employers:
Think that Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn don’t make sense for your industry? Think again…more than 85% of employers and recruiters will conduct a Google search before calling you even if your executive resume is fantastic. Your online brand, social media activities and web presence is just as important as what you do offline.
Ready to move forward? Can you benefit from an executive career architect who can help?
Did I hear you say “yes”?
Congratulations! Working with me is going to make sense
I collaborate with global executives, who struggle with self marketing and who need a spotlight under employers’ radar, and I help them increase their brand reputation, become sought after leaders and earn the salaries they deserve.
Imagine employers chasing you instead of the other way around…you can finally earn the salary you deserve and achieve the career of your dreams.
You’ll connect with Abby through meaningful “dig-deep” strategy and coaching sessions where you’ll
- learn to articulate your strengths
- discover your executive personal brand
- embrace self-promotion and self-marketing
- identify career-defining accomplishments
I am able to take you from unknown executive to highly visible contender through effective online identity and online branding strategies.
Are You Abby’s Ideal Clients?
- You have 15-plus years’ experience in senior leadership and executive management roles from Director-level to CEO and President.
- You are serious about your job search and executive career growth and want value investment need to move forward.
- You are clear on your executive career goals and ideal job, but need a strategic roadmap and executive career marketing plan to get you there.
- You want to differentiate and stand out from your colleagues with razor-sharp, brand-focused executive resume and executive career documents.
- You embrace the concept of executive and leadership branding and want compelling online and offline representation.