When you are interviewing for an executive-level position, the interviewer is looking for someone who is not only qualified but also ready to take on the challenges of the role. Landing a job at this level is no easy task. However, with the right preparation and strategy, you can give yourself the best chance of success. To make sure you are prepared for your interview, review these tips on how to highlight your skills and readiness. By being well-prepared, you can put your best foot forward and show the interviewer that you are the perfect candidate for the job.
How are executive interviews different?
Since 1959, the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) has set the quality standard for the executive search and leadership consulting profession. Its members are the leaders in executive talent and leadership advisory solutions. AESC facilitates diverse and innovative thinking in global leadership. World-class executive search and leadership consulting firms join AESC to demonstrate their deep commitment to the quality standard AESC represents and to shape the future of the profession. Business leaders worldwide retain AESC members as trusted advisors to minimize risk and gain competitive advantage in their industries.
The BlueSteps Career Management Blog is written with a C-level audience in mind on career management topics ranging from executive compensation, executive resumes, and interview tips to networking, executive job search, and gaining visibility as a professional in one’s industry. The BlueSteps Executive Search Blog links senior executive candidates to actual retained search recruitment insights from AESC member executive recruiters, BlueSteps career advisors and other guest writers.