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Reflections of an Executive Resume Writer
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Month: September 2009

Tips for Executives Looking to Serve on Boards

A new book by Jim Brown entitled The Imperfect Board Member is getting raves from a variety of reviewers, including Ken Blanchard (co-author of the classic, The One-Minute Manager). The

Posted in Board Membership, VIEW ALL POSTS

CEOs: VC-backed Tech Firm Sector on Road to Recovery

Business Week’s CEO Guide to the Tech-Job Outlook raises hopes for an industry turnaround by 2010, with senior executives reporting that hiring at small, VC-funded firms is increasing. According to

Posted in Executive Job Search & Career Management, Job Market Trends, Salary Trends & Strategy, VIEW ALL POSTS

Should an Executive Write His or Her Own Resume?

I wrote the following as part of a Career Thought Leaders Consortium discussion that is ongoing regarding “Can You/Must You Write Your Own Resume.” Hopefully my observations will provide some

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Should I Be Using Twitter in My Executive Job Search?

If you’re not a “Tweeple” yet (someone who posts “tweets” on Twitter.com), you may wish consider becoming one. As you probably know, Twitter is one of the many social networking

Posted in Executive Job Search & Career Management, Online Job Search, Executive Networking, VIEW ALL POSTS