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  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...
 
  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...
 
  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...
 
  6 Most Effective Ways to Customize Your Executive Resume – Part 2
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2014
In this two-part series, you will learn the six most effective ways to customize your executive resume and get the attention of any hiring manager. Be sure to check out Part 1 here. The last three steps are reviewed below. 4. Spelling and Grammar Error-Free Often times when you are customizing your resume for various positions, items get moved around, abbreviated or changed – and new spelling errors and grammar erro...
 
  6 Most Effective Ways to Customize Your Executive Resume – Part 1
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2014
In this two-part series, you will learn the six most effective ways to customize your executive resume and get the attention of any hiring manager. The first three steps are reviewed below. 1. Identify the Right Keywords Your resume needs to pass through an online application system before it will ever be seen by the recruiter or hiring manager. Online applications use specific searches to find applicable keywords t...
 
  How to Get Useful Resume Feedback
by Thea Kelley - Jun, 2014
How can you be sure your resume has the impact you intend? Recruiters are usually too busy to give detailed feedback on resumes, and the compliments you may get from hiring managers at interviews don't tell you much. Actually asking for resume feedback at an interview is a faux pas. The employer isn't there to help you with your next application! Some major job search websites give free resume reviews, which can...
 
  4 Ways to Write an Achievement-Based Executive Resume
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2014
Here’s a pill that may be tough to swallow: most people have lackluster resumes. They tend to write extremely generic resumes that only showcase basic job duties. As a result, recruiters think they are dealing with someone who can only do the basics. Achievement based resumes, on the other hand, help you stand out from the crowd because they give concrete examples of what you can do on the job. Achievements are those thi...
 
  5 Powerful Ways to Incorporate Soft Skills Into Your Executive Resume
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2014
Up until relatively recently companies thought that hard skills are what would get them their bottom line. Now we’ve come to realize that soft skills are just as important when it comes to growing a company. Soft skills are considered to be behaviors and traits such as adaptability, critical thinking, people skills, likeability, time management and so forth. Essentially soft skills are those that aren’t as hard driving o...
 
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