Here are four steps to help you gain career change momentum.
This blog post explains how you can convert your standard resume to an executive level resume story that blows the competition out of the water!
1. Don’t look at your executive resume as a one-off item to check a box. Instead, seriously invest in your career through a deeper process of introspections, research initiatives and conversations. Articulate your value on an ongoing basis. Your storyline continually is evolving, day-over-day, week-over-week, hurdle-over-hurdle. 2. Don’t let anyone minimize your value through their […]
While most hiring decision makers will read your resume digitally–as you are reading this blog–the key driver of your career is not technology; it is YOU and your story.
Are you past the new-year resolution high and ready to dig in for the long haul to a better you, with resolve and commitment? If so, read on for eight ideas to help you spur your new year goals forward.
This is a message to executive careerists in job transition :: Just slow down. It may be tempting to lean heavily upon inherent leadership skills in areas such as: executing rapid change; quickly navigating turbulence; and, making lightning-fast decisions. However, you must take a step back before launching ahead. When it comes to your executive […]
Wikipedia describes personal branding as “self-packaging” and as establishing a prescribed image or impression in the mind of others,” which is nice. However, I prefer the idea of building a value proposition which Wikipedia defines as the “promise of value to be delivered, communicated, and acknowledged.” The focus is on what’s in it for the customer. Executives Can […]
I’ve been contemplating what breaking through in the new year means. I’ve been pondering motivators and what actions will make me a better, stronger and more hopeful person. As well, I’ve been considering areas where my motivation has waned–where the spark has been snuffed. Moreover, I’ve thought about actions I need to stop doing (or […]
If you have a resume that bores you to tears, then what will be the reader’s reaction?
Behavioral interviewing remains popular because the answers, if articulated well, will convince the employer that the job seeker is a fit – or not – for an open opportunity.