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The 2-Minute Career Story Every Executive Jobseeker Needs

How to Hone Your Professional Career Narrative (And Why It Matters)
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When it comes to interviews, networking and landing the next executive leadership opportunity, the stakes can be high. Recruiters, hiring managers, and networking contacts need a clear picture of an executive jobseeker’s unique strengths and ideal role—and all in just a few short sentences.

A great professional narrative helps potential employers immediately picture the impact a candidate can make

Enter the professional narrative, the 2-minute career story that forms the foundation of a successful job search. It addresses the most important questions for career transition:

  • Who are you as a senior leader?
  • What do you do best?
  • Where do you add value to an organization?
  • What is your ideal next step?

Anne Sample’s article in Talent Culture shows how to craft the professional story that truly sets you apart as a candidate for senior leadership.

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