NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 26, 2017
Ron Norman, CEO of Team Decades (http://www.teamdecades.com), cautioned a gathering of upper-level job candidates today about taking a default approach to landing their next job, especially if they are seeking a better position and a premium salary.
"We've all come to recognize the value of a product by the manner in which it is packaged," Norman told the group. "High-end products come to us with a number of subtle signals that this is a watch or a computer or an automobile that is a top-of-the-line product; something for someone wanting the best." Norman's message is that an executive must send these signals of accomplishment and skill in order to avoid 'rank and file' classification.
"If one were to take the viewpoint of a CEO wanting to improve the bottom line on the next quarterly report, it becomes easy to imagine what aspects of a job candidate's campaign would get attention and make the selection of that individual a priority," according to Norman. Team Decades believes that it is imperative for a job candidate to present himself or herself in the strongest possible manner.
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