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Executive-Level Job Networking – Healthcare Special Interest Group
November 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Networking event for those seeking a executive level job like CEO, COO, CTO within the Healthcare space.
When it comes to an Executive-level job search, it is estimated that more than 80% are obtained through professional networking connections, as opposed to job postings or blind applications. This is why our philosophy and methodology drive home the fact that “Your Professional Network is Key”. When you become a client of MDL Partners, you are immediately expanding your professional network to include top executives worldwide. This includes CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, and more from leading organizations and startups.
Because our network includes over 7,000 executives worldwide, all of whom have learned our networking techniques, means that we have reach into almost every major company around the world, and in turn, so do you. And not only will becoming a client of MDL Partners immediately expand your executive network. Our consultants will coach you on how to develop and manage your personal network, as well. These skills are foundational for finding your executive job search. Many people don’t realize how important this is, even after they have accepted a new position.
As it grows and expands, cultivating and caring for your network is what will ensure that whatever your career management strategy encompasses in the long-term, you will have a solid recommendation and endorsement from those who have influence within the companies at which you seek a role. By learning our techniques, clients build networking habits that enrich their lives and careers long after they have experienced a career transition, and they remain enthusiastic about continuing to build more connections with our incoming clients, which makes MDL Partners unique.
We at MDL Partners know that networking is the key to a successful career management strategy, and through our process you will learn not only the techniques of successful networking, but also the formulas and tools for cultivating and maintaining your network so that it works to your advantage. This knowledge and practice then bolsters your competitive advantage once you enter the interviewing process, as these same techniques and tools will then be used to follow up and maintain your relationship with hiring authorities.