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What to Do When the Head Hunter Calls

What to Do When the Head Hunter Calls

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter offers advice about what to do when a head hunter calls you.

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years. His work involves life coaching, as well as executive job search coaching and business life coaching. He is the host of “Job Search Radio” and “No BS Job Search Advice Radio,” both available through iTunes and Stitcher.

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10 thoughts on “What to Do When the Head Hunter Calls

  1. can you make a video or give advice for the headhunters/recruiters? what he/she should said for people who have a great amount of experience without the cliches? 

  2. can you make a video or give advice for the headhunters/recruiters? what he/she should said for people who have a great amount of experience without the cliches? 

  3. I got really irritated by a recruiter contacting me for two reasons. A) I told him I was hesitant about job search, as to not actively seeking, but that I might need his assistance if I express that wish B) He forced to push me as a good candidate for the field I had no experience in, or to be more specific, they wanted a+b, I knew only “a”, I told him that but he kept insisting. I was hesitant to accept further involvement. I am guessing his client wouldn’t be too happy with the end result.

  4. I got really irritated by a recruiter contacting me for two reasons. A) I told him I was hesitant about job search, as to not actively seeking, but that I might need his assistance if I express that wish B) He forced to push me as a good candidate for the field I had no experience in, or to be more specific, they wanted a+b, I knew only “a”, I told him that but he kept insisting. I was hesitant to accept further involvement. I am guessing his client wouldn’t be too happy with the end result.

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