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How can you access the executive hidden jobs market? Become a reverse headhunter!

The world of executive level job search has changed beyond all recognition in the last few years.

In his book Reverse Headhunting, executive career coach and owner of Executive Connexions Ltd. Steve Nicholls shows job hunting executives how to access the best senior level roles - those that are unadvertised.

This unadvertised jobs market, or hidden jobs market, is still largely ignored by executive job seekers. Why? Steve says, "I think that there's a human element in play here. We seem to find it easier to connect to a website/newspaper job advert, even when everyone else is chasing those advertised roles."

Nevertheless, research shows that 70% of the best jobs are to be found in this hidden jobs market. "It's vital in today's ultra-competitive jobs market to change your thinking." says Steve. "Being proactive and focusing on the hidden jobs market might seem daunting at first, but the rewards can be incredible".

Smart use of social media is one of the critical steps to success in tracking down these hidden roles, and in the book Steve takes you step-by-step through easy to apply techniques, that if used consistently will transform the way that your executive job search is carried out.

In Reverse Headhunting, learn how to:

  • Access the executive hidden jobs market
  • Construct a compelling CV/resume that gets interviews
  • Prepare for job interviews properly
  • Build a consistent and authentic personal brand
  • Leverage social media to attract the right people and opportunities

©2014 Steve Nicholls (P)2017 Steve Nicholls

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