How to attract the headhunter

March 2001
New Zealand Management;Mar2001, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p15
Explores how managers can attract the attention of headhunters and receive job offers to join another business organization. Requirements of success; Importance of social networking; Strategies for self-promotion.


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