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Orville Pierson

Senior Vice President and Corporate Director of Program Design and Service Delivery

Lee Hecht Harrison LLC

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Lee Hecht Harrison LLC

50 Tice Boulevard

Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey,07677

United States

Company Description

Lee Hecht Harrison is a talent solutions company focused on delivering Career Transition, Leadership Consulting and Workforce Solutions for organizations committed to developing their best talent and becoming employers of choice. Our resources include: A glo...more

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Employment History

Author, Speaker

Team Up! Find a Better Job Faster with a Job Search Work Team


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Orville Pierson


Author, Speaker

The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search


Speaker, Consultant, Trainer of Career Coaches

Job Search Work Teams


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Orville Pierson - Senior Business Executive and Author | Business Networking Advice

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Orville Pierson - Senior Business Executive and Author
Orville Pierson is a Senior Vice President, Corporate Director of Program Design and Service Delivery for Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH), a $200 million career services company with 240 offices worldwide. Orville Pierson: I'm not quite sure what "referral on a potential job" means. Orville Pierson: See above. Orville Pierson: I just did that for Highly Effective Networking, so now I'll add some key points from the other book.


Business Networking Advice - Tips for developing Professional Networking Skills - Part 3

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Orville Pierson - Senior Business Executive and Author
Orville Pierson is a Senior Vice President, Corporate Director of Program Design and Service Delivery for Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH), a $200 million career services company with 240 offices worldwide.


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Job Hunting, Expert Advice for Landing the Ideal Job

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Enter Orville Pierson, senior vice president with Lee Hecht Harrison LLC (www.LHH.com), a company specializing in leadership consulting, executive coaching, and career transition.
The latter is Mr. Pierson's area of expertise. He has authored two books on the subject, The Unwritten Rules of the Highly Effective Job Search and Highly Effective Networking. We started our interviews with Pierson and Donini with the same question. Pierson was quick to point out we're in a market that favors the employer. Due to the large numbers of applicants, he says that many companies are spending less money searching for candidates. Pierson advises to decide which organizations you desire most and then begin meeting the people who work there. He says the objective is to meet your next boss BEFORE he or she has an opening. "Waiting for jobs to open is nothing more than reacting to what shows up," claims Pierson. He adds that in tough times, not a lot will randomly show up. Pierson and Donini's words ring true, especially when you consider the average job hunter talks to about 25 managers before getting hired. While it may be a scary time right now, the two men agree that your job search should be a focused interpretation of the law of large numbers. Do not waste your time worrying about your competition. Concentrate instead on meeting and forging relationships with managers working at the companies you admire as many of them as possible. The Cover Letter We asked Pierson and Donini to run us through the dos and don't s of a formal cover letter. Pierson agrees with this assessment, adding that when an applicant conducts a proactive search through networking, a formal cover letter becomes even less important. The introduction has most likely already been made. All that's left is to express your interest in the specific position. The Resume When it comes to the formal resume, Pierson and Donini each shared several interesting tips. Due to the search protocols in many companies' databases, Pierson recommends the use of key words within your resume. When sending your resume via email, Pierson suggests including it in the body of the email, as well as attaching it as a Word document. He also cautions to always include a revision date on the bottom of the resume itself. According to Pierson, many job search websites will sell their resume databases to other companies. Pierson says the best part about the aforementioned advice is that it can be accomplished in a very short amount of time. However, he adds that by networking your way in to the interview, you will have already learned the majority of the pertinent information. Pierson and Donini both recommend putting together a small library of "accomplishment stories" that illustrate you operating at peak performance and utilizing your full range of skills. Pierson adds that another nice touch is to include an article or short piece of research that pertains to the discussion during the interview. He claims it's a nice way to show the manager that you want to work for them. Pierson illustrates this point by saying the worst thing you could do is make a demand such as, "When are you going to make a decision?"


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