New Grad: Beware of These Resume Assumptions Recent grads or soon-to-be graduating students face an exhilarating next chapter. Most already have planted career seeds along the university journey, learning practical skills through the classroom, internships, part-time jobs, volunteer activities and sports affiliations. Taking advantage of your already...
Why Career Storytelling Is an Art An executive’s story is organic, ever-changing and courageous. If you are contemplating a job transition, concerned about your current company’s stability or simply want to better prepare for the next opportunity that bubbles up, then writing your own resume or biography may be the best next...
How to look into the reader’s eye when writing your resume Does Your Resume Make a Human Connection? In a recent blog, In Search of Excellence co-author Tom Peters shared his flash of inspiration when he realized he had gotten into the skin of his audience and developed a “true personal relationship.” When relating a recent presentation to a...
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