The Advice of a Headhunter seminar has been developed over the past two and one-half decades based upon the lifetime work of Don Hite as an Executive Recruiter in one of the most competitive high-tech industries in the country during this time. This seminar will hopefully provide relevant information to those formally interviewing for the first time, as well as those already quite familiar with the job search process.
There are no ghostwriters who have contributed to the development of this material. To the contrary, the same quality standards, actual systems, and specific techniques that Don has directly utilized as a Headhunter over the past 25 years are presented and explained for one’s personal use in this seminar. Beyond this, many of the actually quality examples that are used are applicable to those who are novices in the job market as well as those who are already quite experienced.
The Advice of a Headhunter currently has 20 subject modules that can be covered either in summary form or in comprehensive detail, depending upon the needs of the specific target audience. Additional modules are also continually being developed in order to stay abreast of changes in today’s fast-paced employment field. The flexibility of this format allows for each seminar to actually be tailored to each audience for the greatest benefit of those who attend.
Individual seminars are typically designed for presentation in as little as six hours on one day to as many as 30 hours over four or five days. All appropriate lecture and training materials are provided to each seminar attendee. For the greatest benefit, all individuals are encouraged to actively participate in both the on-going discussions as well as the exercises that occur in each lecture.
In a typical seminar format, the first morning seminar session starts at 9:00 a.m. and continues until 10:30 a.m. where there is a 15-minute break. The second morning session then starts at 10:45 a.m. and runs until 12:15 p.m. Following lunch, the first afternoon session starts at 1:30 p.m. and runs until 3:00 p.m. After another 15-minute break, the final session of the day starts at 3:15 p.m. and runs until about 4:45 p.m. Finally, an additional 15 to 60 minutes is usually spent in discussing specific questions that attendees have that have not previously been answered during the session.
Affordable group rates are available for as little as 10 individuals and for as many as 200 attendees. Although larger group settings will also be considered, ideally the smaller the group the more personalized attention will be available for seminar attendees.