Boardroom Advisory Group provides executives-in-transition the opportunity to avoid a gap-in-employment on their resume and online networking profile.
Have you ever Googled the following: your “title”, “industry consultants” or any other combination of searches to see how you stack up against the competition? Chances are your search results returned millions and millions of choices with strong LinkedIn profiles. If you are receiving these results, what results do you think potential companies and/or employees are seeing?
Boardroom Advisory Group can aggregate all self-published online content helping you position yourself as a Subject Matter Expert; a problem-solving consultant rather than just another applicant.
No. You have already created your brand and the forwarding of individual hyperlinks to your content is a great way to strengthen your brand. The problem with your approach is that millions and millions of others are doing the exact same thing.
Boardroom Advisory Group’s strong value is a unique differentiation through an Executive Portfolio that strengthens credibility and helps validate subject matter expertise.
You are absolutely right! Executive recruiters are paid a lot of money to place executive candidates. This being the case, it is vitally important you are proactive with your job search. Having a professional affiliation, speaking about current topics in your industry, providing your industry expertise via blog post or long-form articles are the avenues you need to pursue to elevate yourself above your competition.
The executive recruiter is not only looking to place you, they are looking to strengthen their credibility with each placement. Having an executive portfolio and professional affiliation with Boardroom Advisor Group separates you from the competition helping to place you and strengthen the executive recruiters credibility simultaneously.
Yes, you have great skills and very strong credentials. However, so do thousands of other qualified candidates that you are potentially up against. Most importantly, you blend in with other candidates who are focused on themselves…just like you.
This is the number one hiring manager “turn-off” when companies and employers are considering candidates. My recommendation would be to change direction and focus completely on the value you bring to the table; how this value translates into solutions and bottom-line results for the company considering your candidacy.
Be proactive; showcase your industry knowledge, differentiating and elevating yourself above the competition.