Next Level Seminar: A Job 'Staycation' is not Career...
Next Level (https://www.clevelonly.com) seminar warns senior-level job candidates: A job 'staycation' is not career advancement or promotion!
"Holding your own in your next engagement is not an advancement and will be seen as the end of the line by those casting a critical eye on the situation," Jack Robbins, CEO of Next Level, warns. "It may not signal the end of a career but it does signal the end of advancement; that a man or woman has reached the peak of where their skills and abilities will take them."
"That's not to say that this assessment is always accurate but very few people bother to do an in-depth analysis of an impression formed about someone in their sector of industry," Robbins observes. "This is why it is doubly important to ensure that one's next engagement is an improvement on the previously held positiondon't give your detractors ammunition."
"Much that is considered in executive hiring is psychological and subliminal in nature," Robbins advises, "Two potential candidates having held the same position can expect that a hiring executive will chose the individual that is perceived to be upwardly mobile and not the one who is in a holding position. Therefore, plot your next move and campaign carefully."