Be Hunted! 12 Secrets to Getting on the Headhunter's Radar Screen

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Wiley, Aug 3, 2001 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
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Everything You Need to Know to Make the Executive Recruitment Process Pay Off

Executive recruiters have become increasingly important and influential in today’s corporate hiring practices. Establishing and maintaining a strong relationship with the recruiter best suited to your career goals can mean the difference between finding your executive dream job and just getting by.

Now, a professional executive recruiter shares the secrets of the process–– what you should know, what you should expect, and how to land your ideal job. Smooch Reynolds provides the keys to success and answers executives’ most common questions about recruiters, such as:

  • How do I work with a recruiter?
  • When in my career can I expect to get recruiters’ calls?
  • How do I find the recruiter best suited to my needs?
  • How do I interview with a recruiter?
  • Will a recruiter help me negotiate my compensation package?
  • What sort of references do I need?
  • What is appropriate, or inappropriate, to tell a recruiter?

Be Hunted! offers the insight and guidance necessary to move your career in the right direction. It dispels the myths and misconceptions about executive recruiters and offers essential tips in business etiquette, interviewing techniques, assessing your worth, and negotiating your compensation. Whether you’re new to executive recruiters, or if you’ve worked with them before, this book is the ultimate guide to finding the recruiter–– and the job–– that’s right for you.

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About the author (2001)

SMOOCH S. REYNOLDS is the founder, President, and CEO of The Repovich-Reynolds Group, a retained executive search firm specializing in placing senior-level executives in positions in investor relations, communications, and marketing. Ms. Reynolds holds a BA degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California.

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