The New Secrets of a Corporate Headhunter: Strategies for Surviving and Thriving in the New World of Business

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HarperBusiness, 1995 - Executive ability - 188 pages
Updating the 1980 New York Times bestseller Secrets of a Corporate Headhunter, this indispensable book provides a new set of shrewd, surefire tactics for staying one step ahead in today's corporate jungle. "Brutally accurate".--Publishers Weekly.

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Much has changed in the executive job market since Wareham's Secrets of a Corporate Headhunter (LJ 9/1/80) revealed how executive recruiters judge candidates by probing family history, visiting ... Read full review

Contents

How to Find Your Personal Mission
29
How to Leverage Demand
54
How to Recruit an Outstanding
70
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About the author (1995)

JOHN WAREHAM is an eminent leadership consultant, lecturer, and writer. He has authored several bestsellers, including Secrets of a Corporate Headhunter, Anatomy of Great Executive, and the lifechanger, How to Break Out of Prison. His novel, Chancey On Top, was ranked in The New York Observer as among the best novels ever.

In addition to his corporate work, he is founder and president of The Eagles Foundation, a not-for-profit dedicated to developing leaders from within the prison population. He makes his home in New York.

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