A resume CAN inspire, show potential and compel the reader to want more. How? By conveying the contribution you can make to your next employer. By demonstrating the factors the will assure your success. By including challenges you’ve met. By showing changes you’ve made. By bulletting your achievements. By presenting the results you’ve achieved. By showing what you’re committed to (for example, excellence). By indicating that you’ve stepped in to make a difference. By contrast, if you have merely dragged your
past experience onto your resume and represented your experience in terms of
responsibilities and tasks to which you were assigned, you will not create the positive reaction that an applicant will who has interjected more “sell” into theie resume. Bring your resume for critiquing and suggestions by a professional resume writer and attendees at this workshop. The informal workshop focuses on the issues of participants and is intended to help attendees gain confidence in taking next steps. The leader has written more than a thousand custom resumes across industries, job functions and experience levels. Learn more about resumes by clicking on the leader's thiswebsite.
We will discuss alternatives for organizing your sections, ways to highlight your most important strengths, techniques to showcase your capabilities, and more. Handouts cover tactics to present gaps in employment, transition to new job categories, and sort through the dilemmas of resume writing, such as one page/two page resumes, what to include or delete, dates, and many other issues.