Get That Next Job’s (GTNJ) primary purpose is to prepare our candidates to be just that: candidates, not merely resumes.
If you only look at what is, you might never attain what could be! Anonymous
Our process, the Personal Marketing Strategy Program (PMSP©) and our Method: Executive Program have five basic underlying principles:
1. To help transit the candidate from being a paper candidate to being a person. People notice, interview and hire people—not paper.
2. To reduce the risk of hire and increase the reward of hire for the company, as well, as the candidate.
3. To provide a step-by-step marketing program to prepare and present the candidate’s credentials, close and ask for the job.
4. The reality that “tasks are normally dismissed, but measurable accomplishments are always recognized.”
5. All candidates in “Transition” are engaged in a sales process. The candidate is the product.
2016-17 Office Hours Executive Coaching Only!
Mon: Closed to Calls only Market Research
Tues- 10AM-3:00PM CEO/EVP Clients Only
Wed & Thursday Appointments only, Clients and Pro Bono
Office is open for new already empoyed CEO/EVP only clients in evening after 8:30 Thursday only!
Our basic premise is that, for the last 20 years, the majority of job seekers have been doing their transition planning with an old and outmoded system.
Tomorrow’s job is not an illusion!
The “get THAT NEXT job!” method is a very aggressive candidate advocacy program.
Our job is to enable you to get noticed, get interviewed and get that next job in the shortest time possible.
Historically, over the past 12 years, the PMSP products have had a broad appeal. We have had via our website, webinars and seminars a significant impact on five distinct audiences.
We now only coach CEO and EVP level clients.
Our site is now designed as a stand alone product, no coaching for other than level one.
1. Experienced candidates: The PMSP will help them develop a series of marketing products about themselves to present to the senior staff of any company. “People hire people—not paper.”
2. Younger/less experienced candidates: As a tool to help them develop their story (paper and interview) to present to any hiring authority.
3. Candidates with limited education: The PMSP tool enables them to express their dreams, goals and aspirations, based on who they were, are and will be—not who they should be to fill a job description. The narrative/story portion helps them to see who and what they are—and why they have value.
4. Recent college graduates: The PMSP allows them to develop their story based on real accomplishments, to illustrate their potentials.
5. People re-entering the workforce: The PMSP helps to reorder the way they think about accomplishments, competencies and potentials (ACP). It also helps them to refine their story of who they are, what they can do and how they can benefit any company as an employee.
Today is your first tomorrow!
Get Hired Now! Stop wasting TIME, Money and Energy with the old worn out HIRING system.
Bruce S. Dreyfus, CEO, Founder & Managing Partner
Bruce S. Dreyfus has spent the last 30 years in the talent acquisition arena, outplacement, recruiting and career planning, and he has spent the last 10 years working as a transition coach. His prior professional career encompassed distinct-yet-related career paths, teaching, sales, sales training/sales management, and small-business consulting. He has worked as an outplacement consultant, recruiter, sales and recruiting manager, business consultant, and as vice president of sales in three different industries before starting Transition Compass in 2002.
He is also the author of various articles on sales, management and de-hiring, and he has also been quoted in newsletters, periodicals and newspapers. His books (2004-2008) have become the basis of this website. Bruce also writes for several websites as well as www.get-THAT-NEXT-job.com. Bruce is a sought-after motivational speaker when it comes to all topics related to transition.
Bruce holds a Bachelor of Science degree in education and a Master of Education in administration. He taught English and social sciences for several years before embarking on a successful sales and coaching career. He has also earned a certificate as a Certified Outplacement Consultant. As a former sales professional, Bruce understands how to get you noticed, interviewed and, more importantly, how to help his candidates to negotiate the best compensation package for themselves while securing that next job.
Bruce’s philosophy—his basic mission statement as a transition methodology coach—is “results, not just another transition concern.” Likewise, “candidates, not merely resumes,” sums up his vision of coaching, mentoring and consulting in his 21st century transition system. His step-by-step marketing approach for candidates, using his Personal Marketing Strategy Program©, helps get his candidates noticed in today’s highly competitive job-search environment. Do you want to walk on water or do you want to carry a life jacket? Our system is that life jacket.
Robert Sandt, COO
We are pleased to announce that Bob Sandt joined Get That Next Job (GTNJ), originally as an executive vice president and principal transition coach. Bob has just been promoted to COO and full partner in our firm. He has over 30 years of experience in the management of both large and small enterprises and therefore brings a unique perspective and expertise with respect to finding a new job and career development. As a former client of GTNJ, he found the process so compelling and consistent with his career experience that he decided to invest in taking GTNJ national through this new enhanced and fully functional Web presence.
Through Bob’s ability to identify the right talent, he has been able to successfully guide complex technology development programs, initiate new product launches and commercialize advanced technologies across multiple applications. His hands-on leadership style and forward-focused vision consistently delivered superior products and customer service experiences, whether executing component level repair support, production, manufacturing or assembly operations, or logistics and supply-chain management of sophisticated systems. Formulating strategies and executing capture efforts for multi-million-dollar programs while turning around failing operations has become emblematic of his ability to recognize talent and build strong, effective management teams.
Bob is a successful business leader with many years of engineering and business experience, having been CEO of Ahtna, Inc., the 20th-largest corporation in Alaska; Lockheed Martin Corporation’s Missile Systems Division, as the Vice President of Business Development; Magnum Power Systems, Ltd., as Vice President of Marketing and Product Development; and as President/CEO of Diversified Defense Industries. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering, and he also holds a master’s degree in industrial management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He attended the Executive Development Program at Emory University and the Senior Executive Development Program at Cornell University.
The PMSP© system helps to ensure three things in any candidate’s transition mode: That the candidate will be prepared for transition; that by knowing who they are, they will able to get noticed in today’s marketplace; and that they will be comfortable explaining and demonstrating how they will increase the “reward of hire” and reduce “risk of hire” for any hiring authority.
“Today is your first tomorrow!” –Bruce Dreyfus
“Tasks are normally dismissed; measurable accomplishments are always recognized.”
The Dreyfus Theory of Value Based Job Acquisition: Personal Marketing Strategy Program for Transition Candidates© An Aggressive Job Search.(Supplicant to the Only Applicant)
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