Executive Resume Writing and Executive Career Coaching
Will Create Positive Change for Your Executive Career
Are You Not Getting Executive Job Offers?
- Are you working too hard in your executive career to advance it successfully?
- Are you sure that you are truly good at what you do, but you still haven’t found the right strategy to elevate your executive career?
- If you have looked on the executive job boards but never have seen the right executive job postings, do you get discouraged?
- Do you not know how to market yourself to potential executive boards?
- Are you waiting for the right executive opportunity to arrive rather than “getting out there” yourself?
Hiring Leaders and Executive Recruiters
Should Be Reaching Out to You
Your executive career transition should not be a struggle. Your career should be composed of challenges and changes that make you feel proud, successful, and adequately compensated. Of course, you will find that expanding your career path will be even more rewarding if you know how to prepare yourself. You’ll be so much more engaged in your career if you know that you are ready at a moment’s notice to respond to opportunities for new challenges and advancement whenever recruiters call you or the right position becomes available.
Does this brand of executive career change
sound impossible to achieve?
It’s not. Five Strengths can help.
Amy L. Adler, MBA, MA, CARW, CEIC:
CEO of Five Strengths Career Transition Experts
Amy has helped hundreds of professionals and executives achieve career satisfaction by preparing them for career transition and marketing them more effectively to their future hiring leaders.
Amy has won Best Executive Resume in the TORI Awards, the international resume writing competition, two years in a row. You are working with an internationally recognized executive resume writing expert.
As an executive resume writer and executive career coach, Amy offers practical strategies your career advancement, career direction, executive ob search, application, interviews, and offer negotiations, ensuring that you are better prepared with her help than you would be on your own.