Broken Arrow, OK (PRWEB) April 24, 2006
A new podcast series on executive job search strategies was launched today to help executives find a job in a tough job market. The first podcast, 8 Interview Tips, covers unique job interview strategies including:
- 2 surprising reasons candidates should prepare their own interview questions to ask their interviewers;
- How candidates can develop an elevator pitch to communicate their brand and stand out from other candidates during their job search; and
- Practical tips a candidate can use get their "inner game" right before a job interview.
The podcast is available for download at: feed://http://www.1-find-a-job.com/Podcasts/find-a-job.xml and is also available at the Apple iTunes music store.
"Most executives do very little to prepare for a job interview," said Phillip Wilson, a former HR Director and President of the executive career marketing firm HireExposure. Wilson teaches the podcast series. "Using just a couple of the tips on this podcast candidates can very quickly set themselves up to impress their interviewers and get a job offer."
Wilson stated that the podcast series teaches executives powerful methods to take their career marketing campaign directly to hiring managers, the best way to find and win an executive position today. "Executives have no idea how hard it is to find a job in today's market - tactics that may work for entry level workers don't work for executives. This podcast series will teach executives what works today."
Future podcasts will cover tips on executive resume writing, avoiding gatekeepers, developing career marketing documents, salary negotiation tips and much more.
HireExposure is an Executive Career Marketing firm, helping executives find and win jobs based on the principles taught in the podcast series. The company also offers a free eClass to executives on how to find a job today - more information can be found at http://1-Find-a-Job.com. HireExposure offers a number of job search services to clients including executive resume writing and direct career marketing to its database of over 11 million hiring managers throughout the United States.
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