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1st Impression

Board Of Directors

Correspondence

Compensation

Emotional Intelligence

Executive Presence

Executive Recruiter

Interviewing

Job Campaign Process

Looking After Age 40

Networking

OnLine Presence

Personal Branding

Privacy

Professional Development

Qualifications

References

Reputation Mgt

Resignation

Resumes

Social Media

Stationary

Trending Topics

FAQ's

TRENDING TOPICS

The modern CMO

Core Mgt Roles At SaaS Startup

BOD: Cyber Security Risks

The Five Components Of Autonomous Leadership

Amazon and Alibaba, Driving supply-chain revolution

Applicant Tracking Systems

AI

Travel

Avoid Getting Blood Clots On Long Flights

Access The Internet Safely When Traveling

What To Ask For When Bumped

Should You Pay For TSA Precheck, Global Entry or Clear

Get a refund on non refundable tickets

Score a Flight Upgrade

Medium

RECOGNIZED AUTHORITY

Become An Authority

EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENTS

Negotiating Employment Agreements: 14 Key Issues

YAHOO EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT

REPUTATION MGT


PAID SERVICES

QUALIFICATIONS

Land A Job You Are Under Qualified For

Apply For Job While Lacking Qualifications

Land A Job When Underqualified

Avoid Being Rejected For Being Overqualified

Avoid rejection for Qualification, Experience

ONLINE PRESENCE

NEW JOB

1st Day On New Job

PODCAST

Podcast To Create Circle Of Peers

INSTAGRAM

How To Become Instagram Famous

Protect Your Privacy On Instagram

FACEBOOK

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STOCK

ISO vs Non ISO Stock Options

HOBBIES

Hobbies that help ease anxiety

Work Less Spend More Time On Hobbies

Severance

How to negotiate severance

Ghosting

When Recruiters and Employers Ghost You

LaidOff / Fired / Unemployed

What To Say When LaidOff

How to negotiate severance

Bouncing Back from Job Loss

If you were fired, don’t lie, do this.

Do This When LaidOff

Job Search When Unemployed

RESIGNATION

Resigning Gracefully

Quit Job Without New Job Lined Up


RELATED TOPICS

Thank You Notes

Thank You Note: Email or Handwritten

How to write a thank you note

Avoid these thank you note mistakes

Yes, Send A Thank You Note

Send HandWritten Notes Like Pro


PAID SERVICES

Email

Email Like A CEO

I Tried Emailing Like A CEO

Emailing Like A CEO Made My Life Better

Following Up A Cold Call Email

Send Later: Schedule Your Emails

Write Emails Busy People Read

Write The Perfect Email

Write Better Cole Emails

Email Mistakes

Write Email To Get What You Want

CORRESPONDENCE

Personal Cards


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PAID SERVICES

STATIONARY


PAID SERVICES

Letters

New Rules to Write A Cover Letter

The Best Cover Letter

Strong Ways To Close Cover Letter


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PAID SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Take control of your career.

Get your career on track.

The best mentors ask these questions.

Essential career lessons.

Is Someone As Smart As They Think


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Value Propositions

Create an Irresistible Value Proposition


PAID SERVICES

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Why Emotional Intelligence Is the New Black

How Emotionally Intelligent People Respond to Criticism

Why Emotional Intelligence Is Crucial for Success

How To Show High Emotional Intelligence

Email from CEO, masters Emotional Intelligence

How EI Leaders Handle Ungrateful Employees

9 Things That Make You Unlikable

7 Interview Questions That Determine EI

7 Interview Questions For Measuring EI

Yale's EI Test Measures Leadership

19 Signs You're Emotionally Intelligent

How To Change Someones Mind

21 Ways To Improve Emotional Intelligence

COMPENSATION

Coaching

Signs an Executive Isn’t Ready for Coaching


PAID SERVICES

Counter Offer

When You Get A Counter Offer


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REFERENCES

Don't provide references until after last interview

Calling A Potential Hire's Reference

Are Reference Checks Needed

Run A Background Check On Yourself

Reference Cheat Sheet


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PAID SERVICES

Clothing

Make Your clothing last forever

Custom-Tailored Suits Made in Bangkok

Fit 2 weeks worth of clothing in a carryon

Upgrading Your Wardrobe Can Make You More Successful.

Don't Wear this color to an interview


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CHANGING CAREERS

Connect with these people when changing Industries.

Career Change Checklist

Career Switching Mistake

Changing Careers

Reinvent Your Career At MidLife

Make A Career Change

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

How To Manage A Board

What makes a great board member.

BOD set your new CEO up for success.

10 Tips To Work With Your Board

Board Of Directors: Role and Responsibilities

Board Meetings

Select Great Board Members

Guide To Managing The Board

Reason To Hold Board Meetings

Better Board Discussions

Selecting Board Members

Selecting Board Members II

SOCIAL MEDIA

Craft A Perfect Social Profile

How often should you post on social media?

Use Social Media to Find A Job

A company asks for your facebook Password


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PAID SERVICES

Interview Followup

E: The Right Way to followup after an interview

Writing a thank you note.

Thank You Note Does and Don't

You must send a thank-you note.

Unique Ways To Follow Up After A Job Interview

Best Interview Followup

Job Interview Followup Email


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PRIVACY

Change These Settings Keep Google From Tracking You

Change these default privacy settings immediately.

Increase your online privacy.

Secure Your Twitter Account.

Your identity can be stolen in 45 minutes.

How to opt out of facebook data sharing

Protect yourself from hackers taking over your phone

Automatically delete your Google Location and Web Activity

Send Confidential Gmail Messages

Protect Your OnLine Privacy

Delete Facebook Account

Gmail Tracks All Your Purchases

WhatsApp and Telegram Flaw Exposes Info


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Digital Dirt Removal

Mug shot industry will charge you to bury your past

Delete Facebook Account

Employers Check Your Social Media Profiles

Employers Check Your Social Media

Cleanup Your Digital Dirt

Social Media Identity Management

PERSONAL BRANDING

Brand Yourself As A Leader

8 Ways You're Destroying Your Personal Brand.

Build A Personal Brand


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NETWORKING

When You Don't Know Anyone In The Room

The 9 Skills To Become A Super Connector

The Perfect Business Lunch

Become Well Connected

Create A Powerful Network

Better Small Talk

3 Phases of Networking

Listen Like Hostage Negotiator

Be Likeable

Build Meaningful Relationships

EXECUTIVE RECRUITERS

Tell recruiters these things.

Recruiters look at more than your Linkedin account.

The secrets of Executive Recruiters

Inside the recruiters head, what he is really asking

What Recruiters Look At On Your Resume

How To Get Noticed By Recruiters

Make Recruiters Come To You

Working With A Recruiter

Recruiters Look For These Traits

JOB CAMPAIGN PROCESS

Focus on the job search process.

Reasons you might not get job offers.



Use spreadsheet to track job search

Don't Use Outdated Job Search Techniques

Costly Job Search Assumptions

Super Successful Job Changers



Mistakes That Slowdown Your Job Search

Convince Employer You Want Job

Brutal Truth To Finding A Job

Strategies To Stand Out

Make Recruiters Come To You

Job Search Can Make You Better

What's Wrong With Your Job Search

Mistakes Executive Job Seekers Make

Job Seekers Will Be Lied To

Secrets Of People Who Always Get Job Offers


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Long Job Search

How to cope with long job hunt

Scorched Earth Job Strategy

Quick Ways To Renew Job Search

Explaining The Gap In Your Resume

Job Hunting After 40

E: = exclusive content.


E: Linkedin For Senior Executives

How to age proof your resume.

Lets talk about age discrimination.

My illness helped me land a dream job.

Ways older workers combat age discrimination.

Looking for a job when you are older.

Facebook used to screen out older workers.

Older workers get fewer responses from recruiters.

No Longer Young, Looking For Job

11 things to leave off your resume

Age Discrimination: What It Looks Like

Change Resume, Avoid Age Discrimination

Networking For People Over 50

Make Recruiters Come To You

Handling Job Rejection

Am I Too Old

Salary Negotiation

Negotiate a Higher Salary

5 Salary Negotiating Mistakes

$750k Negotiating Mistake

Negotiating salary over email.

Tricky Salary Questions.

Think twice before revealing previous salary.

Phrases to avoid when discussing salary.

How To Negotiate Your Salary Like A Boss

Corporate Executives Make More Money Than Anybody Reports

How To Negotiate A Higher Salary

A New Tool Helps Tackle Tricky Salary Negotiations

The Conflicted Advisors Behind CEO Salaries

6 Steps To Salary Increase

Salary Negotiation Done Right

When They Ask: Whats Your Current Salary

What is your Current Salary

Listen Like Hostage Negotiator


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INTERVIEWING

E = exclusive content.


Common Interview Mistakes

The boldest question to ask in a job interview

E: Ace the Interview

E: Why should I hire you?

E: Interview questions to ask.

E: Answering difficult interview questions.

How to sound authentic in an interview.

7 sins to avoid when interviewing

Fired or Laidoff how to discuss it in interview

Survive 10 Awkward Interview Situations

when a hiring manager wants you to work for free

Watch Your Body Language

Handling Salary Expectation Questions.

Worst final round interview mistakes.

Ways interviewers learn what you are really like.

Best way to answer "Why Do You Want This Job".

Survive awkward Interview situations

7 Interview Rule For Great Hires

Prepare For A Skype Interview

Chatbot Interviews

Unique Interview Questions

How To Change Someones Mind

Prepare for Job Interviews

9 interview mistakes could cost you the position

Your Most Impressive Accomplishments Won't Get You Hired

Get These 5 Interview Questions Right

Why Should I Hire You

Impressive Interview Questions To Ask

Get The 2nd Interview

Strike The Right Tone In The Interview

Why do you want this job

Don't Make this Interview Mistake

Questions To Ask At End Of Interview

Get An Interview

Describe A Weakness

Tricky Interview Questions

What CEOs Notice In Interviews


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PAID SERVICES

Interview Prep

Interview Lies

Job Interview Insights

Sharpen Your StoryTelling Skills

Don't Wear this color to an interview

Introvert Interview Preparation

Rehearse For The Interview

Interview Research Techniques

Strike The Right Tone In The Interview


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Job Offers

Job Offer Red Flags.

Check these items before signing a job offer

The right way to accept a job offer.

Rules for negotiating a job offer.

Respectfully, decline a job offer.

17 benefits to negotiate when you take a job.

How to negotiate severance

Factors Beyond Salary When Evaluating a Job Offer

Negotiating Employment Agreements: 14 Key Issues

Before Accepting Job Offer

Hidden Job Perks

Before Leaving A Job


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EXECUTIVE PRESENCE


E: Why Should I Hire You?

What Is Executive Presence

Interpersonal Skills that Set You Apart

How the best CEO's get the most out of each day

5 most important traits of CEOs

Look like the smartest person in the meeting.

Body language mistakes.

Avoid negative speech habits.

Reframing, Recasting negative conversations.

7 Signs You Are CEO Material

The Perfect Business Lunch

How To Change Someones Mind

5 PR lessons from Jackie Kennedy Onassis

What Makes A CEO Exceptional

How To Run A Company Meeting

Stop Apologizing

Better Small Talk

Must Haves To Be CEO

Common Causes Of Career Burnout

How To Be CEO


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1ST IMPRESSION

Make a great 1st impression.

Proper way to introduce people.

A Long Lasting 1st Impression

Nailing A 1st Impression

Lasting 1st Impression

2 Things People Judge Immediately

Leadership

7 Signs People Trust Your Leadership.

1 Word defines if you are a leader.

How To Change Someones Mind

New Leadership Skills You Need

What Makes A CEO Exceptional

How To Run A Company Meeting

Know When You Might Be Wrong

Diffuse Confrontation

Why Incompetent People Are Confident

LinkedIn

How to age proof your Linkedin Profile.

E: Linkedin For Senior Executives

Should You Delete Linkedin Account

Even Linkedin May Not Get You A Job

10 Expert Linkedin Tips

4 Common Linkedin mistakes.

Ultimate Linkedin CheatSheet.

What an effective Linkedin profile looks like.

2 things your Linkedin profile must have

Essential Parts of your Linkedin.

Leave these off your resume and Linkedin.

Make your resume & Linkedin look professional.

Enhance Your Linkedin Profile


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RESUME

Science based resume strategy

Avoid Big Resume Mistakes

Age proof your resume

Your Resume has 5 seconds to grab attention

Turn your resume into interesting stories

Use numbers to highlight accomplishments

Resume Example

11 Things To Leave Off Resume

12 dangerous résumé mistakes

Resume Power Words

Get Your Resume Thru The ATS

Explaining The Gap In Your Resume

Critical Things For Your Resume

The Perfect Resume


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GO DIRECT

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DescriptionDescription
Research HourlyResearch Project
ResumeLinkedin
Executive BioValue Proposition
Executive WebsiteExecutive Stationary
Postal Mail CampaignEMail Campaign
Interview PrepArticle Writing Assistance
Prof Photo ShootDigital Dirt
Contacts AnalysisInterview followup
Company SnapShotFaceBook

RECOGNIZED AUTHORITY

This is an Executive Branding program to
increase your visibility

DescriptionDescription
Research HourlyResearch Project
ResumeLinkedin
Executive BioValue Proposition
Executive WebsiteExecutive Stationary
Postal Mail CampaignEMail Campaign
Interview PrepArticle Writing Assistance
Prof Photo ShootDigital Dirt
Contacts AnalysisInterview followup
Company SnapShot 

FAST TRACK

FastTrack is our most comprehensive
program. It uses multiple methods
to simultaneously

DescriptionDescription
Research HourlyResearch Project(s)
Resume(s)Linkedin Optimiation
Executive Bio(s)Value Proposition Letter(s)
Executive WebsiteExecutive Stationary
Postal Mail CampaignEMail Campaign
Interview PrepArticle Writing Assistance
Prof Photo ShootDigital Dirt Removal
Contacts AnalysisInterview followup
Company SnapShot(s)Custom email address
Social MediaReference Verification(s)

A LA CARTE

This program allows you to select
the specific items you need. Note not
all items are available A-La-Carte.

DescriptionDescription
Research (Hourly)Research (Project)
ResumeLinkedin
Executive BioValue Proposition
Executive WebsiteExecutive Stationary
Postal Mail CampaignEMail Campaign
Interview PrepArticle Writing Assistance
Proffessional Photo ShootDigital Dirt
Contacts AnalysisInterview DeBrief/Followup
Company SnapShotExecutive Profile
Social MediaInfographic
Targeting StrategyEducation Refresher
Reference DevelopmentHandwritten Letters
Concealed SearchVirtual Admin
FaceBookInstagram
HeadHunterTwitter
CRMPublicist
Daily SummariesCredit Repair

COMPANY FOCUS

This program drills down into a specific company
you may already be in contact with the company.
Note not all items are available .

DescriptionDescription
Research HourlyResearch Project
Resume - ReviewLinkedin - Review
Executive BioValue Proposition
Executive WebsiteExecutive Stationary
Interview PrepArticle Writing Assistance
Prof Photo ShootDigital Dirt
Contacts AnalysisInterview followup
Daily Alerts 

A LA CARTE

Interview Followup

Article Writing Assistance

12 Difficult Interview Questions

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


Difficult questions are easy to handle if you anticipate them, rehearse your answers, deliver the message naturally.

1. Tell me about yourself.
Keep it simple: early life, education, summary of work history, most recent experience. Keep the whole thing under 1 minute.

2. What do you know about our company?
Pull key information from the company brief you developed on them: revenue, products / services, successes, problems. Above all keep it positive.

3. What are the key industry trends we are facing?
Give at least 2 trends: technical, economic, regulatory or environmental.

4. What can you do that someone else can't?
Build yourself up. Weave your track record and the needs of the job together.

5. Why should I hire you?
Accomplishments, Energy, Experience, Vision, Leadership Skills.

6. Why are you leaving your job?
Talk about this opportunity. Don't mention any negatives with prior jobs.

7. What do you think are the measures of success of this position?
Discuss the appropriate metrics.

8. How long will it take for you to get up to speed?
Depending on the situation it could be, I'm ready now or up to a week.

9. What is your management style?
Discuss your style.

10. Tell me about situations where you have fired people.
Keep it factual, no names, by the book.

11. What do you look for when you hire people?
Intellect, problem solving, expertise, experience, personality..

12. How successful do you feel you have been?
If you are interviewing for a executive position you have been very successful. Be confident but don't oversell yourself.

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5 Reasons Your Resume May Be Rejected

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


1. The Robot Rejected You.
Many Hr organizations use Robots to scan your resume for keywords. If your resume doesn't include the right keywords it may never be read by a human.

2. Typos or Poor Grammar.

3. Poor Fit: Background / Experience.
Prune and focus your experience to emphasize what is important to the job at hand.

4. Your social medial accounts.
Get rid of offensive or controversial content in your social media accounts.

5. Not Dollarizing Your Value.
What skills do you have? What do you bring to the table? Have you increased your company's bottom line?

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5 Things To Do When You Lose Your Job

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


1. Update Your Resume.
Most people automatically think to update their resume. Try to keep the length to 1-2 pages. If its been a long time since its been updated, you may need to have a professional resume writer revise it or at least review for consistency. Keep digital (pdf) and print copies on hand.

You will also need a networking card that includes your name, a value proposition, your email address, mobile number, and at least one social media id: facebook, twitter or linkedin. Keep the card simple and elegant, use good heavy card stock.

2. Update Your Online Profiles.
Scrub your online profiles (facebook, Linkedin, Instagram, ect..) take down anything that might negatively influence a potential employer.

3. Notify Your Professional Network.
Reach out personally to each person in your professional network, tell them what you are looking for.

4. Create A Personal Marketing Brief
Develop a concise, one page document, include Targeted industries and companies.


5. Get Busy
Getting a job is you new job.

BONUS

6. Get Your References In Order
Contact potential references before you need them. Vett them before using them as references.

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Executives: The Right Way to Followup After an Interview

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


Timely followup at the right time after completing an interview will increase your chances of getting the job offer. The right followup can keep you in the mind of the hiring manager and reinforce that you are the right person for the job.

1. Send a Thank You Note
You can send a email or a handwritten note but ultimately, a handwritten note will make a bigger impact. The note should be custom, written on executive stationary and no boilerplate text. Thank the hiring manager for the opportunity and the time. Tell why you are the right person for the job.

2. Immediately After The Interview
Analyze each person you talked to, including receptionists and secretaries. Write down the key points of the interviews. What were the big questions? Do this starting with your 1st contact with the company that way you can build a consistent set of answers. Make a note of anything you forgot to say as you can weave it into future conversations or interviews. Remember don't stress your analysis, the more you analyze, the more critical you will become.

3. When to Contact the Employer
Mail the thank you note the same day you interview, the next day at the latest. Before you leave the interview ask the hiring manager the timeframe for making the hiring decision and how he/she prefers for you to followup. End the note with something like: "I look forward to hearing from you soon".

4. Always be Professional
Don't come across too relaxed, write with a professional tone. If using snail mail, hand write a message on high quality stationary.

5. Project a Positive Tone
Focus on projecting a positive interview experience, do not talk about anything negative.

6. Send A Simple Note
Keep it simple:
Thanks for discussing the challenges facing the next CEO. My background and qualifications are a unique fit. I hope to hear from you soon.

7. Frequency
Followup no more than once per week.

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Linkedin For Senior Executives

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


Where does Linkedin fit in the senior executive’s online presence? Is it your Resume? your network? Your branding tool? It can be these things and more. How you position your profile depends on a variety of factors, is your search low profile? Confidential, One thing is certain, your profile is not a stand alone tool, it needs support, it is not a resume.

Update your profile at least once per year or more often if appropriate.:

Header
Include your job title and a short high level overview of your experience. It should talk to your target audience.

Use Your Real Name

Photograph
Upload a recent business quality headshot photo. Strongly consider using a professional studio photographer. Profiles without photos are usually ignored by recruiters and hiring managers.

Summary
Show your value, dollarize, use numbers, hiring managers and recruiters zero in on this section; it should be keyword rich but informative and to the point. Ideally your summary should be 3-5 short paragraphs, preferably with bullets. Write in the 1st person.

Experience
Include companies you worked for, when and in what capacity. Tell results achieved. Show current skills not dated skills.

Education
List the educational institutions you attended even if you did not graduate. Be clear about degrees earned. Be careful with dates, it is not necessary to indicate when you received degrees, that can indicate your age in some instances.

Interests, Volunteer Experiences or Languages
Showcase uniques experiences that set you apart from the crowd.

Personalize Your Linkedin URL
It makes you look more professional, more memorable.

Become an Author
Write, publish your work on Linkedin, share your unique perspective of recent industry developments.

How to connect with me on Linkedin

Send me a personal note that gives me a reason to connect with you. If I don’t know you and you don’t take the time to write a note, I won’t connect with you.

Do business with me, I like connecting with people I know.

Get referred by someone I know and trust.

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Executives: Why Should I Hire You?

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


"Why Should I Hire You" is a common interview question it is usually asked during a fact to face interview, after a hiring manager has short-listed you. He / she has an interest and now wants to dig below the surface to see how good of a fit you are and if they like you.

This is a question you need to NAIL as It gives you the opportunity to control your narrative by mapping your accomplishments, strengths, motivations and personality to the expectations of the interviewer.

Remember to customize your delivery and show how the interviewer or his / her organization will benefit from you coming on board.

Tell your story in a way that the interviewer can visualize you as the best fit.

First, take a moment to mentally review any job requirements or specs you have knowledge of then quickly review your conversations to date.

Be certain your social profiles and written documents are consistent with the story you tell.

During the interview flush out concerns the interviewer may have

Do your homework, know the situation of the company, the industry, the environment.

Is this the hiring manager? How much influence does this person have in the organization? What is his/her background? What is the culture of the company? What are they really looking for? It the business a success or has it fallen on difficult times. Remember fortunes can change overnight.

A Hiring managers thinking is as follows::
Can I manage this person?
Can he/she perform the requirements of the job?
Will this person be excited about working here?
Will this hire make me look good?

Your main focus will be to show how you will contribute to the company. Don't just list your past accomplishments, summarize the near term challenges of the job, the business environment, tell a few specifics about what you will do to get the company on track.

Answering Difficult Interview Questions

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


You may be asked some or all of the following questions. Become familiar with them and develop answers you are comfortable with. Practice your delivery until it becomes natural.

What can you do for us that someone else can’t?

Tell me about an accomplishment you are especially proud of.

What have you not accomplished in your current job that you wish you had?

Tell me about a time you made the wrong decision.

What are your failures and what did you learn from them?

What would you want to accomplish in your first 90 days in this job?

It’s been a long time since you upgraded your education, how do you stay up to date on the latest trends?

How would a former manager describe you?

Tell me about a time you handled an angry or difficult customer.

What are your salary requirements?

What is your current salary?

What salary do you think you deserve?

Describe a time when you disagreed with your boss.

What are your hobbies?

Why were you promoted when others were not?

Describe the first time you fired someone. The most recent time you fired someone.

What should I know about you that I haven’t already asked?

Describe your management style, your leadership style.

Do you like sales?

Describe an interesting problem and how you solved it.

What excites you? Describe yourself.

Tell me about a book you recently read

What tools or systems do you need in order to be successful?

What is your favorite movie of all time?

How did you prepare for this interview?

What on your resume is the closest thing to a lie?

Interview Questions To Ask

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


These questions are listed in no particular order and should be asked in the general flow of a conversation. Some of the questions are similar. Choose the ones you like and adjust them to your style of speech.

All Companies

What are your selection criteria?

What skills are necessary to be great at this job?

What are the immediate challenges of this position?

What process will be used to evaluate my performance?

Why is this position open? Where is the person who was previously in the position?

What are the things I need to do to be successful?

What issues or challenges about your job “the interviewers” keep you up at night?

What’s your turnover rate?

Can you describe the role of this position and the key success requirements?

What’s your timeline for the next steps?

What’s your timeframe for making the hiring decision?

Describe the general culture of the company.

May I contact you if I have additional questions? Note: Get contact info or business card.

Private Companies

How much cash do you have in the bank?

Are your financials current? If not what is the most recent month you closed the books?

Who are your investors?

What is your monthly burn rate?

Who are your top customers?

Can I see a live demonstration of your product?

Can I review your Cap Table?

Ace The Interview

748Media.com prepares Executives
for their next C-Suite opportunity.


If you want to guarantee your interviews go well do the following:

Research the company before the interview.

Research each member of the executive team.

Research the company’s culture.

Role play or practice your questions and answers.

Get a copy of the job requirements or request the job specification.

Prepare a list of insightful questions to ask interviewers, by job function.

Don't Speak negatively about your job or supervisor.

Update your resume, bring an electronic copy with you, dropbox.

Update your social profiles.

Followup, collect contact info.

NEWS

MEMBERS

Publicist

Documents

Ice Breakers

Social Media

Personal Branding

Current Situation

Job Opportunities

Contact Visualization

Mock Interviews

Personalized Services

JOB MARKET

The Hidden Market

Opportunities controlled by retained recruiters.

Situations where a company knows it must make a
change, there is a person occupying the position
but the company has not acted.

Companies want to build out the executive team,
create new positions.

The Visible Market

Linkedin and other job sites. Thousands of people
apply for the same job (some are qualified, many are not).
The focus is to sell your data.

Contingency Recruiters, multiple companies compete to fill the
same job order.

ABOUT

Facts:
There are fewer senior executive opportunities (Bankruptcies & Mergers).
There is an oversupply of qualified executives competing for openings.
"Well Qualified" does not guarantee you will get the job or an interview.
Compensation and Benefits drive high interest in C-Suite jobs.
Bottom Line
A C-Suite job seeker should use every ethical and legal edge possible to land the job they seek.
748Media's exclusive focus is to help C-Suite Executives discover hidden job opportunities and prepare them for the interview / hiring process.

Our Background

748Media was formed after the founding team reflected on how they found jobs thru-out their careers. The best opportunities came thru direct contact, referrals and retained recruiters.

748Media takes it steps further, uses proactive methods to uncover unadvertised C-Suite opportunities for our members.

Our Managing Partner, Bill Mitchell, has been a member of the management teams of two IPOs, Cypress Semiconductor and ONSemiconductor. As CEO he led and successfully merged MEMs Optical, a venture capital funded manufacturer of sensors and micro-optical components with Jenoptik GMBH.

He currently heads GarageSeeds, µ-Private Equity Operators and Seed Entrepreneurs.

Contact Bill if you are ever in Scottsdale, AZ.

FAQ

Click to ask a question

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Q: What is a C-Suite job?
A: BOD, CxO: CEO, COO, CFO, EVP, SVP...
Managing Director, Managing Partner
Other positions may qualify

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Q: Can I be located outside the USA?
A: Yes, you can reside in almost any country but you
should be looking for a job in the USA.


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Q: I'm not looking for a new job right now how can you help me?
A: its never too early to strengthen your network and become known.

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Q: I am on a short timeline, how can you help me?
A: Yes, Our methods cover all bases to uncover job openings

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Q: Can I get a list of the other members?
A: No. The membership list is confidential.
we do host members only events

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Q: How do you protect my Information?
_A: Your info is stored offline and we do not share it with anyone.

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Q: Do you blanket recruiters with my info?
A: No

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Q: Do you sell my information?
A: No

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Q: Do you share my Information with companies?
A: No

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