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Actively manage your career even when you're not actively looking. Learn about things you can and should doo between job searches to prepare to reach new career targets and build the skills and achievements you need to succeed and move up the career ladder.


Ten Ways to Increase Your Online Visibility and Grab the Attention of Executive Recruiters
Whether you're in an executive job search or trying to build business, if you want the attention of an online audience, you have to position yourself right in front of them. Most executive recruiters and hiring managers are Googling candidates and making decisions based on what they find before they'll even consider talking with you. The key to getting noticed by executive recruiters is to proactively take charge of your online identity.

6 Ways to Maintain Executive Career Momentum in a Recession

Learn how senior executives at any stage in their career progression can maintain career momentum with these essential job search and career management tips, becoming more visible to executive recruiters as a result:

  1. Develop and leverage a track record of contribution, name recognition with industry media, and established relationships with top executive search firms to keep your career in play.

In September 2008, the Wall Street Journal released its first survey of attitudes towards the Executive MBA. In total, 4,060 students and recent graduates from 72 Executive MBA programs at 53 business schools in nine countries were surveyed. In addition, 455 human resources and executive development managers at companies across 23 industries were interviewed. The overall picture that emerged from the survey was that the Executive MBA is considered a critical business investment. A full 64% of companies said that sponsoring or allowing employees to attend EMBA programs was a way to retain talent, and 25% said that they see immediate tangible results from employees who come back as stronger managers.