If there is one thing I’ve learned over the past decade writing resumes for top execs is that most professionals, regardless of position rank, are aware of personal value but wrestle with translating offerings into a strategic and modern presentation.
I still speak to professionals and executives who want a resume that includes “the kitchen sink” – or every last detail of their employment. These misguided job seekers want every, single detail of their employment history included. They advocate for
A resume has one primary purpose – to secure interviews. So how can you create a strong resume that garners attention from hiring personnel and gets your foot in the door? Beyond the basic tips you’ve likely already heard (customize
Looking to get your resume directly into the hands of a decision maker or address your application to a specific person? It’s often felt that this is easier said than done. But there are avenues you can, and should, explore.
I get asked every day about resume best-practices. People want to know where to start, what to believe, and how to write a strong resume if: “I don’t have anything awesome to share”. Trust me, everyone has plenty of awesome