We can all relate to this story. You attend an event or party, you spoke to several people, but only remembered a few. Why did you remember those people? Generally, it’s something they did or said that stood out in your mind.
Isn’t that what you want after an interview? You want to stand out, to be remembered and to leave a strong impression.
That’s where interview leave-behind documents come into play. The executive resume and networking tactics got you the interview, you “wowed” them with your great career stories, but because the competition is tight, you need to push the envelope.
I created a powerful, technology leadership initiatives document that helped him negotiate a $150K compensation increase and secure a $30K signing bonus.
Now do you believe that leave-behind, career marketing documents work? Good…well, they do…they help to reinforce your strengths and show your fit for the position, they help distinguish you from the stiff competition and make it easy for interviewers to remember you.
So here are 5 career marketing documents you can leverage during your executive job search:
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