Getting a slow response when sending your executive resume?
If so, you might be focusing on extraneous details – while starving employers of the facts they need to make a hiring decision.
In fact, if you haven’t heard, the executive resume has evolved considerably as a marketing tool for your personal brand and value proposition, complete with splashes of color and persuasive, quantifiable content.
To take stock of your executive resume’s effectiveness, consider whether you’re committing these resume space-wasting sins (and try these ideas for a more powerful and effective presentation): Continue reading “3 Ways You’re Wasting Space on Your Executive Resume”
Need to convey your leadership effectiveness in your executive resume?
Building a strong, personally branded leadership resume is easier than you might think.
The trick? Think in terms of headlines.
Headlines, or taglines, in executive resumes are a simple concept that can help you write about yourself, helping steer employers toward notable accomplishments that prove your value.
Try these headline tips to inject your executive resume with a dose of power and confidence: Continue reading “3 Ways to Boost Your Personal Brand With Resume Headlines”
Launching a job search? You’ve probably thought about hiring the best executive resume writer you can find.
There’s a plethora of resume writers advertising services online and through social media.
But how do you know if an executive resume writer will market you effectively?
What if the final product doesn’t represent you or your field? What if you don’t understand the writer’s work?
What should you look for (and ask) when vetting the best executive resume writer for you?
I recommend setting out to qualify writers with these 7 questions, which will give you a good idea of the quality, responsiveness, and attention you’ll receive. After all, most executive resume writers represent a sizable investment (from $500 to more than $4,000). Continue reading “Seeking the Best Resume Writer You Can Find?”