2 minutes | Apr 8, 2021

People, People, PEOPLE!

As a participant in a high-level interview, how do you make sure the conversation stays on track to the hiring manager’s important interest in culture? According to Executive Recruiter Alan Work, reinforcing and making sure you understood what and who you’re getting involved with is an essential element in this subject.He also shares a specific example on this topic. Listen in to learn more!Be sure to subscribe to The Career Transition Experts so you don't miss our upcoming episodes including Alan Work’s full interview!Alan Work is a  brilliant player in the executive search business. Alan launched Work&Partners LLC in 2002, building on his then 20 plus years as a leader in the executive search business. Work&Partners LLC is a retained executive search firm serving the country’s top management consulting organizations, technology firms, and corporations. In focusing on the development of C-level teams, Alan has filled roles at the level of Managing Director, Partner, Vice President and President. His expertise spans a range of industries and includes deep knowledge of the management consulting, technology consulting, financial services and telecommunications sectors. You can reach him at ajw@workandpartners.com.Thank you for listening to The Career Transition Experts! Be sure to download your free Career Preparation Checklist and check out the Resume Building Resources to help you optimize and accelerate your job search.
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