I’m Not Looking-But it Doesn’t Hurt to Listen
Are you a:
- Fun person to work with?
- Hard worker?
- Someone who pays attention to details?
- Very helpful to co-workers
- Age: 27-35?
- Working for a large health & benefits (consulting/brokerage firm)?
- Feeling unappreciated or working very long hours?
- Have a new boss or your employer has changed direction because of a merger or acquisition?
- Have limited career growth potential or having to keep track of billable hours?
- Aggressive in regards to your own career progression?
Are you interested in:
- Job stability & security?
- More work-life balance? (to focus on your personal life-relationship or family or travel)
- A nimbler work-friendlier environment? (no red-tapes, decisions are made quickly)
- Getting your great Ideas implemented? (feeling of being respected and a part of the family)
- Being exposed to a wider variety of projects to work on? (excited to go to work every day)
- More focused on creating value for clients, instead making money for stakeholders?
- Less work-load, without taking a step backwards, financially or professionally?
- A richer benefit package with less out of pocket costs? (feels like your employer really have your best interest in mind)
- Career growth at your own pace?
- Seeing the full results of what you do, instead of just a small part?
Which one of these three things would you say was the biggest obstacle to your own professional growth?
- Fear of change
- Loyalty to employer
- In it for the money
Would you take a closer look at this type of opportunity, if:
- You could get all the details without having to dress in a suit and physically take time away from work to interview?
- You could have a relaxed conversations instead of feeling like you are interviewing for a job?
Would it make sense to listen to all the details on your down-time (drive to work or while you are at the gym, or waiting in line at Dunkin Donuts)?
- If yes, just reply to my email. I will send/text you the link to a short video.
- If no, just keep me in mind for something down the road.