Experts Connection Kicks of 2012 with Webinar on "The Undercover Job Search"

Leading Career Expert Ross Macpherson Explains How Employed Executives Can Mount a Stealth Job Search without Alerting their Boss.

NOVATO, Calif. (January 9, 2012) -- All professionals know the old saying; the best time to look for a job is when you have a job. But how do you mount an effective job search under the very nose of your employer? How do you tap your professional network without alerting your boss that you are looking? In the next session of Experts Connection (, Ross Macpherson, expert in advanced career strategies and president of Career Quest, will explain simple tactics to embark on “The Undercover Job Search: Stealth Tactics for the Employed Executive.” The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, January 18, from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. ET, (1:00 - 2:30 p.m. PT), and is sponsored by NETSHARE® (

Networking is the most effective way to look for a job. But if you are employed, how can you conduct an effective job search and network without setting off alarms? How can you use social networks without the word spreading and your communication going viral? According to Ross, the most successful job searches are the result of high-yield strategies, executed well that allow you to quietly and safely pursue opportunities. You need to know how to network effectively and quietly, launching an aggressive search in stealth mode.

In this session of Experts Connection, Ross will provide hands-on strategies, including:

- How to develop “quiet” communications that moves your job search forward, but without raising alarms.
- How to manage your LinkedIn profile for effective stealth search.
- How to work with recruiters and even a potential employer to ensure that you remain under the radar.
- How to apply creative “out of the box” tactics, including one that is so simple and so effective, it’s a wonder more people aren't doing it.

There is a misconception that effective networking requires you to make a lot of noise to promote visibility,” said Katherine Simmons, CEO of NETSHARE and host of the Experts Connection webinars. “The truth is that you can be very subtle and maintain a low profile and build an incredibly effective online presence that will pave the way for your next career move, without making anyone suspicious. Ross is an expert at demonstrating how to make the most of your online job search and he has a number of valuable tactics for anyone looking to conduct a quiet job search.”

The Experts Connection teleseminar series gives executives access to leading career experts. The cost of the seminar is $60, $50 for NETSHARE members, and access is provided via web and telephone. For more information, visit the Experts Connection online at

About Ross Macpherson
Ross Macpherson is the President of Career Quest ( and a recognized expert in advanced career strategies – the strategies that have consistently put his clients miles ahead of their competition. He is a Certified Personal Branding Strategist, Certified Interview and Job Search Coach, and is recognized as one of the best resume writers in North America. Ross has 15 years experience in career development and specializes in the senior and executive market with clients throughout the U.S., Canada, and internationally. Ross is also a sought-after speaker and workshop facilitator. He has spoken at major career events, global industry conferences, universities, professional associations, and executive networking groups across Canada and the U.S.

NETSHARE ( is a confidential, membership based organization dedicated to providing executives across all disciplines and industries with quality $100K plus job lists. NETSHARE also offers networking opportunities and a community of peers for the exchange of strategic information related to job search, professional development and best practices. NETSHARE has been recognized by Fortune and Forbes magazines as the best online destination for executive positions.

Annette DiSano
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