Senior Executive Leader
As a mission-driven leader, I create impactful results by developing and nurturing positive team cultures. From internal operations to financial outreach campaigns, a team that feels valued and accurately assigned will consistently be inspired to outperform even their own best efforts. When the cause is critical, an inspired team can change the world. Whether I’m raising funds for mission-driven organizations, managing projects or training leaders in Kenya, by working together, everyone achieves more.
How can a senior professional, especially those in leadership positions, allow future employers to get an in-depth understanding of how they solve problems, or what types of challenges they've overcome, or the full scale of the projects they've successfully completed? Formal interviews can give a glimpse into their work style and abilities, but even then there is only so much that can be observed in a limited time frame.
Over the years the one tool I've seen senior professionals use successfully to be selected for a great position is blogging. By writing about situations, philosophies, and offering advice to issues you know today's employers are facing, you'll not only gain a following (which creates opportunities), but you'll establish yourself as an expert in your field. The most common reason for NOT starting a blog is simply knowing how to start, where to host it, and what's involved.
Our goal at SpeedUpMyJobSearch.com is to provide job seekers with every advantage possible to help them efficiently land a position they will love. We already have a Talent Directory to host digital portfolios for our members which highlights their skills for employers to find, but now they can start blogging right from that same portfolio! There's no additional charge, just start blogging and backlinking to your other profiles so more employers can find you. This project also opened another HUGE advantage for job seekers that we weren't expecting.
TECHNICAL / ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Proven track record of directing high-performance teams which created & delivered innovative solutions, developed creative proposals and strategies. Adept at transforming Customer needs/Use Cases into solid Business Cases. Excels at combining market awareness, technology, social media trends, competitors and potential partners to create unique solutions. Specialized knowledge in delivering highly available and scalable carrier-grade communications solutions and utilizing broad knowledge scope to consistently surpass business goals, improve operations and drive profitability.
As a Business Analyst in the healthcare industry specializing in data and systems efficiency, I create healthy, productive work environments. With the right data, workflow blockages can be removed and automated which allows the team to shift their focus from tasks, to objectives. People who enjoy their jobs are more productive, less stressed, and can live the company values, instead of just adhering to them. Having an ER doctor for a father, I have seen the amazing things a motivated team can accomplish. I use data like he used a scalpel to remove inefficiencies, relieve pressure, and bring health to those I serve.
Brian D. Bolliger, MBA
Senior Information Technology & Business Management Executive
Entrepreneurial executive with track record of building and accelerating business growth combining business strategy, market positioning, client services, and portfolio planning. Highly knowledgeable in business and technology information systems alignment, business management consulting, and solution creation & delivery across multiple industry segments including construction, architecture, engineering, healthcare, and manufacturing. Proven leadership experience in bringing complex solutions to market and in positioning them for long-term revenue creation. Energizing leader, coach and mentor who inspires teams to deliver breakthrough results.
Here are 3 Member Questions and our Responses from our Forum. I’ve removed the names of the people and companies involved to protect confidentiality of the members in our Forum. Full Members of our site get Access to our Forum.
Example 1 – Senior Director
Hi Paul and thank you for your continued assistance.
Two opportunities opened up overnight and I want to ensure I make the most out of that one shot at getting it correct.
First, I had a recruiter screening call for a Director of Professional Services gig with [a company on the East coast], last night the CIO started following me on Twitter. I want to leverage that to both connect with him on LinkedIn and send a direct message back on Twitter, to gain advantage and have a direct conversation with a decision maker. What should be the approach in contacting him?
I've been getting requests from our subscribers about topics to cover, so today I want to cover two of them. One person said they keep hearing about people who are landing jobs that were created for them, how does that happen? Another person said that many of the advice columns and articles they see out there say they should go after the jobs before they get posted, but nobody ever says specifically how to do that.
So today I will show you. Kevin and Jim, thank you for the questions.
This blog originated from a video that’s posted on my YouTube Channel; here’s a quick link to the video if you want to watch me run these searches: https://youtu.be/Wy3AmrBEM8E
We have a new year coming up, which means the holidays will very soon be behind us, so today I want to show you a few things for your job search that you can set up now, to hit the ground running in January.
This blog originated from a video that’s posted on my YouTube Channel; here’s a quick link to this video if you’d rather watch it: https://youtu.be/iwrJOYK7i7E
Have you ever been told you’re overqualified? Don’t you hate that? Why wouldn’t they want someone who they don’t have to train, right? Well today I’ll explain WHY the employers are so hesitant, and then specifically HOW you can address this objection.
This blog originated from a video that’s posted on my YouTube Channel; here’s a quick link to this video if you’d rather watch it: https://youtu.be/myomL4rAkdc
In a previous article called “Be Found Online” I showed you what you can do to your resume to more easily be found online by recruiters. Today I want to show you how you can reverse the process to find more jobs online, but I recommend you read the other article first because this article will be easier to follow after reading that one. Click here to see it. Today I will not only show you how to find more jobs, but you'll also learn how to find more sources to find more jobs as well.
This blog originated from a video that’s posted on my YouTube Channel; here’s a quick link to this video if you’d rather watch it: https://youtu.be/a8ImWl2nFf4