Many executives we work with have been in the same situation you find yourself in now. We deeply understand how hard you work and how you are truly a top performer, but just aren't recognized for your achievements or your potential.
Many times, when you work at an organization for more than 3-5 years, your abilities have evolved past how you are perceived by your manager and senior leadership. They see you as you were years ago, and not what you are capable of doing now and in the future.
You may think it's just because you are humble and don't like to broadcast your accomplishments, but honestly, if you were in a healthy working environment, your results would not go unnoticed and you would be given the accolades you deserve.
We also work with people who enjoy their job responsibilities, but just have a bad boss. In fact, that's the #1 reason people leave an employer. It can make an otherwise great work experience absolutely toxic.
If you are in any of these situations, it's time to see the writing on the wall, and there is a MUCH better place for you with a company that truly values your abilities and will not only pay you what your worth, but will trust you with the responsibility you deserve and allow you the make the impact you know you can make.
We work successfully with people in your situation. And, from experience, we know that in order to be successful in an executive search, you first must have a strategy in place.
Otherwise, you will find yourself blindly searching the job boards and talking with recruiters about positions that are well beneath your qualifications. This will only further your frustration, and won't get you in a better situation anytime fast.
So, if you are in an active career search, or even contemplating one, it is important that you first understand the state of the Executive Job Market as it stands in the last half of 2019.
Sign up for our free report, written by Tammy Kabell in July 2019, to get access to her knowledge of what the job market looks like; not just your standard Bureau of Labor Statistics info, but knowledge gained from working deeply within the job market for over 16 years.
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