What drives stationary professionals to explore new horizons? When a professional feels ready to take the next step in his career, but his current company does not give him that possibility.
“There are executives who have stable jobs, though they are interested in promoting their growth in terms of better job options. Due to this, they try to enhance their professional profile to make it more attractive own companies”, explains Daniela Puemape, displacement management consultant Career Partners in Peru.
Specialists in Strategic Talent Management highlight the most appropriate employability tools that will allow you to achieve an effective labor transition:
1. Promote Your Personal Brand
You can stand out from other candidates by showing what you can contribute to the company you are applying for.
“We consider it fundamental to devise a differentiated strategy so that the executive can position himself in the labor market and contribute greater value with his professional experience,” says Pumapay.
2. Strong Networking
Being connected is a great way to cope with job transitions, as most job opportunities arise through contacts. For this reason, it is important that you have greater visibility and be able to expand your contact network in different environments.
3. Work on an Impressive CV
Adopting a CV and making it more attractive simplifies the job change process and increases search options in less time. In addition, a well-structured CV quickly captures the attention of recruiters.
4. Use Social and Work Networks
Explore new job opportunities, through the use of job boards and digital employability platforms such as the social network LinkedIn, where different sectors will be able to meet you and evaluate your professional profile.
In an interconnected world, a sound search strategy and good use of employability tools help executives achieve growth and achieve their goals.
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