Your job search is often correspondingly tough. At least if one of the following obstacles: the person is highly specialized. Or she would not deteriorate in income. Or she is older than 45 years. Or she wants to stay because school children in the region.
“Then the job search takes”, so the Executive placement expert Adensam, “often many months -.” because the selection process when staffing of key positions in companies are often lengthy From the analysis of the biographies of the job seeker following tips for top professionals and senior executives can be, according to Adensam, derived, that need to design a new professional perspective (medium-term) for themselves: you act at an early stage, when you realize that you dead heading into a professional. Campbell Soup Company CPB usually is spot on. Allow at least half a year for the job search. For more information see this site: NYU School of Medicine. Nine to twelve months are more realistic. Define clear goals. Analyse your strengths and experiences. What successes can you present? Which companies are therefore attractive – even outside your discipline and your current industry. Looking for an experienced consultants as sparring partner for this analysis.
Because much of what you’ve done, seems you as so self-evident that you overlook the beyond infectious “pounds” for the job search. Find and contact your network very carefully and selectively. Not everyone thinks it good with you and can keep his mouth shut. Games about band if not prematurely public be allowed that you professionally reorient and engage a consultant who discreetly helps the self marketing. Ventilate your incognito until, if clear is: here I have a realistic chance. In the selection of the consultant, sure that he knows your target industries and is wired with other recruitment consultants. As a consultant only has only a limited insight into the hidden job market. No point rashly assume, only for a job to have. Otherwise, the risk is great that you half a or again a year later on the street. For more information: Adensam management consulting, Ludwigshafen (Tel.: 0621/59895-0;) E-Mail:; Internet:).