58 results for tag: resume


An Effective Resume Tells an Executive-level Story

It is all about the story. It is not about some bullet point on your resume. When you get to the executive level, your resume tells a story about you as a person who has led people. It shares what you make happen and why you are a unique difference maker. ...
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What Differentiation Means on a Resume

If you are a senior executive looking for a new challenge, your competition will be the most successful people in your field, so how are you going to stand out? You're qualified. They're qualified. All the resumes the decision maker is looking at are ...
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What’s Needed Beyond a Resume

When you are in a job search at the executive level, you need a sales and marketing plan. The resume is simply a brochure according to ExecuNet Career Strategist Stacie Haller. It is not really meant for networking. The resume needs explaining, and you do ...
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If They’d Only Look at My Resume!

Jason was an SVP Manufacturing for a company you’d recognize if I could name it. Things happen as we all know, and for one reason or another, James found himself on the outside looking in…a.k.a. unemployed and lost and alone as he tried to figure out, ...
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Your Value Proposition Steers Your Job Search

We don't write a word on a resume until we've taken a deep dive into the person's unique value proposition. The value proposition is what an entire executive-level job search is designed around. Until it is clear, there can be no search. ExecuNet ...
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Apply to Postings But Do this First

Job postings. They are the modern way of finding what's next. But at the executive level, the minority of jobs are found that way. So, should executives even bother with job boards? Approached the right way, yes, executives should check out ...
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Getting from Point A to B in Your Job Search: An Expert Panel Discussion

It doesn’t get better than having industry insiders sharing their knowledge and suggestions, and that’s exactly what we have in store for you with this panel discussion. We have a collection of ExecuNet career strategists and coaches lined up to share ...
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An Effective Resume Tells an Executive-level Story

When we think about the C-suite, we are talking about leaders, corporate visionaries who have made tough decisions about people, products, and companies. How does one reflect what they are known for and what they make happen in a resume? This was a ...
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The Job Search Tool You Must Have

Executives need more than a resume when they are preparing their personal collateral documents. There is a networking tool, a valucentric document, that is essential for executives today. It is used before the resume and has become a real differ...
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To Cover Letter or Not to Cover Letter

At all levels, applicants wonder if a cover letter is necessary. Some people put a great value on the cover letter, using it as an indicator of if you might be someone they would like to work with. It is another opportunity to communicate your value and ...
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Most Resumes Are Like Trying to Hit a Football Instead of a Baseball

ExecuNet career strategist Stacie Haller says she tends to see executives with resumes they have been updating since college...and they wonder why they are not getting anywhere. The problem is they are using a manager level resume to try and get a job in ...
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The Executive Resume Differentiates

Resumes are for transactional work: manager stuff. Executives need a valucentric document. It's not about what you have done; it is about what you will make happen in a company, not the titles and duties from your past. An executive resume, like ...
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