If your executive resume generating recruiter calls?
You may have heard of Marshall Goldsmith’s bestselling book What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful. The truth is, it’s the same with resumes. The resume that generated interviews early in your career, won’t get you noticed once you reach the executive level.
Neither recruiters nor employers want to read long lists of duties and responsibilities. They want to know what you can do to solve their problems. Once you reach the executive level, or are targeting those roles, employers want to see evidence of your leadership abilities too.
Because employers are busy, you need to demonstrate your value, fast.
During this highly-instructional training—Create An Interview Generating Executive Resume— you’ll learn some of the techniques I use to help my clients stand out and get hired.
You will learn how to write a resume that reflects your accomplishments and skills, how to make your resume compelling and easy to read, and how to make your resume stand out with style.
How To Create An Interview Generating Executive Resume will cover:
▶ What you should leave off your resume, and why
▶ Techniques for developing your professional
▶ Unearthing and conveying your achievements
▶ Tips on demonstrating leadership (and what it’s not)
▶ Adding style with color and formatting no matter what your industry