Top 10 Executive Resume Mistakes
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2014
Over the past several weeks, I’ve reviewed hundreds of executive resumes and I’ve seen the same resume mistakes over and over again. Executive resumes must be personally branded, persuasive, and impactful. They must also be laser-focused on what you have accomplished—and not just what you do. Here are the top ten resume mistakes I see on most executive resumes: Focusing on “Do” I get it; it’s hard to write about yourself...
Why You Need to Close Your Open Offices Now
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2014
The open office trend has reached a fever pitch, with nearly 70 percent of American workers now residing in them. But is an open office really the best way to go? A few months back in the New Yorker, Maria Konnikova reported that open offices don’t actually do what they were designed to do, which is to facilitate communication and idea flow. She said: In 2011, the organizational psychologist Matthew Davis reviewed more...
Interview Blocking Resumes: Warning Signs Hiring Managers Spot in a Minute
by Debra Wheatman - Jun, 2014
How’s your resume response rate? In other words, are you getting many calls for interviews? If your resume is not generating interviews, it’s time to evaluate your resume. Hiring managers look for signs that a candidate will not be successful or a proper fit for the job. Is your resume sending signs to hiring manager? Let’s take a look at the top five warning signs that hiring managers can spot in a minute. Typos & Slo...
3 Key Things Missing From Your Executive Resume
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2014
Have you ever scratched your head wondering why you’re not getting callbacks after submitting your resume? Have you ever been concerned that perhaps your resume is a bit cliché or vanilla? You’re not alone. In fact, when writing resumes execs often times leave out some key things that will help them grab the recruiter’s attention: technology expertise, talent attraction and profit sharing stories. Use these three keys to ta...
Got a Job Offer? Now What?
by Louise Garver - Jun, 2014
Congratulate yourself! You aced the interviews and just received a job offer. Now all you have to do is accept it. But wait – it’s not always that easy. Accepting an offer of a job is an important step in any executive’s career. You may encounter one or more of these scenarios: What if two companies offer you a job? It can be a difficult decision if you like both companies. It may be necessary to review the pros and cons of...
Effective Sales Executive Resume Tips To Land Interviews
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2014
Sales Executive that a company may hire, your job will be to demonstrate how you will bring new business and attract sales talent to their organization. In addition to driving sales, identifying new markets and expanding business with existing clients, you may be leading the sales force driving sales activity, delegating new client leads, assigning sales regions to your sales force, and/or providing ongoing training to...
Getting A Job Today is Like a Mini MBA in Self-Promotion
by Mindy Thomas - Jun, 2014
When I read this yesterday in the WSJ, I thought . . . aaah yes. This is exactly what this job market is about. If you are not proactively working “it” (connecting to everyone you meet or know along this corridor of uncertainty), how can you possibly experience that serendipitous moment when the universe pulls it together to produce something extraordinary for you? Maybe there’s another way to help support your self-promotion...
Chief Marketing Executive Resume Tips
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2014
As a Chief Marketing Officer or a SVP of Marketing, it is important to show you are a marketshare acquisition strategist for new and existing products and services. Demonstrate how you gain and sustain new client relationships. Prove you can expand and nurture existing key client relationships. Attract the high caliber talent that you can train and develop to do the same activities. Companies want marketers who are not only...
Tips For ATS-Optimizing Your Resume With Keywords
by Michelle Dumas - Jun, 2014
We’ve long been told technology is intended to simplify our lives. While this may be true in some instances, in others it is most definitely not! Job searching provides a perfect example of this apparent contradiction. In general, technology has made the search part of job search easier. Those seeking a change in their employment circumstances are able to go online and look for job openings available anywhere in the world...
Startup Casual: A New Dress Code for a New Generation
by Adrienne Erin - Jun, 2014
It used to be that going to work meant donning a power suit and dressing for success. Then came casual Fridays, in which workers were encouraged to dress down – but not too down – one day per week. Now, a new kind of work attire has emerged, known as startup casual. Thanks to the proliferation of startup companies begun by hip, young entrepreneurs, stuffy and uncomfortable work wear is being replaced by ultracasual, yet functi...
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