For Executives Actively Seeking a New Role

If you feel like you’re going in circles – or not going anywhere – call us.

We would love to get your search back on track. An executive career change is a complex, consequential, personally disruptive and emotionally taxing process. It’s also a full time, high stakes sales and marketing campaign – and the brand you’re promoting is you. At Hockenberg Search, that’s what we do for executives in transition, every day.

We help senior leaders discover their true calling, rediscover their greatest strengths, and uncover the right path to the ideal job for them. We start with a review of what you’ve tried, what’s working and what isn’t. Using an executive assessment by an industrial psychologist, we help clarify and refine your career aspirations, personal priorities, strengths and optimal organizational fit. From there, we assist you in targeting the best employers for your needs, and develop the marketing strategy, social media plan and professional networking approach to help you connect with the right decision makers. We partner with you, every step of the way, using a series of proven, hands-on skill building techniques that improve your ability to sell your brand and communicate your value.

Then, of course, there’s our secret weapon: our legendary personal and professional network.

As a Hockenberg Search client, you gain instant access to influential business leaders and decision makers through strategic introductions and personal endorsements.

Your career transition is our urgent priority. All of our services are delivered within a highly structured, rigorous one-on-one coaching process that keeps you facing forward, highly focused, and on the fast track.


Working with Hockenberg Search was a very different experience than working with a national outplacement agency. Marni Hockenberg’s personalized approach helped me land my job 50% faster than when I worked with the leading firm. Working with Hockenberg Search is like having a personal trainer at a top athletic club vs. going to a group workout at the community center.

—Stephanie Swanson, Director of Business Development