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The Messy Middle™?
After working 1:1 with 3,000+ career professionals to date, from Aspiring, Mid-Management, Senior Leadership to Executive/CXO, I've observed that there are very specific, unique caveats and challenges that the Aspiring and Mid-Management to Senior Leadership levels face.
Some of the foremost challenges that come to mind encompass questions such as below.
Do any of these ring true with your search?
"How do I craft my branding when I am pursuing various level-roles within an organization?"
"I've done it all, and excelled at everything I did, so why am I not getting traction in my job search?"
"At this juncture in my career, I no longer want to do turn arounds. I need to address the pigeonholing that is going on and change how the market perceives me so that I can gain traction in pursuing my future-facing career goals, which are pretty specific...how do I do this?"
"I need 2 different versions of my resume as I am pursuing both C-Suite roles for a smaller company AND Senior Director-level roles for a larger, possibly Fortune 1000 company. How do I strategize my messaging around this for best traction in the market?
"My company has grown exponentially over the past 5 years. As a result, I've worn many hats and jumped in where needed. But now I want to explore other industries and am concerned that my "job titles" are confusing and do not align in a way that makes sense to others outside the company. How can I address this to gain traction in the market?"
These are all very good questions and concerns.
What I've found over the years is that a traditional resume writing-approach or job search-approach cannot effectively address these challenges.
That a new approach is needed to best help and serve individuals facing these challenges. Hence, the founding of TCA Branding Solutions for The Messy Middle™ ensued, which provides customized targeted solutions and strategies to help those who are navigating The Messy Middle.™
To your empowerment & success,
CEO & Founder, TCA Branding Solutions for The Messy Middle™
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