NEW YORK (PRWEB) February 05, 2019
Next Level announces special focus on unpublished executive positions adding this aspect of career transition immediately to its Executive Directive program. Jack Robbins, CEO of Next Level says, "It is easy for an individual to follow herd instincts during times of crisis and, for many, the reality of a job transition when one is acting at the upper level of his or her profession can easily meet the definition of crisis without being overly dramatic."
"The Next Level perspective is that published jobs are the low-hanging fruit available to anyone and everyone wanting a job," says Jack Robbins. "While published jobs should not be ignored, they do require a specialized approach given the inordinate number of respondents they attract and the algorithms companies use to weed out all but the most conforming executive profiles."
The recently inaugurated Executive Directive program which addresses the needs of top level men and women looking for advancement and increases of responsibility and earning capability takes into account that not every job of this description is listed publicly. "Being able to reach into the nerve center of a company to offer a response to its needs is a critical capability that is more and more vital the higher one rises in a sector," says Jack Robbins.
The Executive Directive program conforms to the belief that one creates his or her future according to a well orchestrated plan.