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  From Entrepreneur to Executive: Key Resume Writing Tips to Get You a Job
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
There are a lot of well-educated, hard-working professionals who, for a time, choose to strike out on their own as entrepreneurs. Undoubtedly, there are great lessons that can be learned from being either self-employed or from taking the initiative to start a company that employs others. Unfortunately, unless the company was immensely successful, it’s often difficult to translate the wonderful lessons learned onto a resume...
 
  How to Prepare for an Employment Background Check
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2011
It’s a well-known fact that at some point in our job application process, we will probably have to face a background check. For most, the check is probably not so intimidating. We know we haven’t done anything significantly wrong—at least nothing that could compromise eligibility. What many don’t know is that employers take a lot more into consideration than criminal history. This is why it’s good to know how to prepare...
 
  3 Strategies for Writing a Successful Six-Figure Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2011
At some point in every executive’s career, they’ve had to write their first six-figure resume—or at least the resume they hoped would win them a six-figure income. If you are working on your first executive resume, then this is undoubtedly a great time in your career. Make the most of it by taking the right resume-writing steps. Show You’re a Great Return On Investment (ROI) Probably one of the biggest investments an e...
 
  3 Surefire Ways to Create an Unrealistic Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2011
Let’s start by saying no one wants to create a resume they know won’t get them hired. At least, let’s hope no one shoots for this goal. But sometimes, job seekers inevitably set themselves up for failure by creating unrealistic resumes. Here are three ways to create the resume you don’t actually want to submit: 1. Make Your Qualifications Unrealistic If you want to set yourself up for failure down the line, add qualif...
 
  3 Techniques to Avoid a Boring, Never-Gets-Read Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2011
Writing resumes can be tedious—and even stressful at times. If any of us could help it, we’d probably write one resume, create a blanket e-mail that read, “Here I am! Hire me!”, add the e-mail address of every hiring manager on the planet, and then hit send. But we know this isn’t the way to go—which is why we create different resumes for each job. The problem is, that oftentimes our resumes manage to look the same anywa...
 
  3 Techniques to Make Your Resume Stand Out
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2011
There’s nothing like adding distinctive talents to your resume to help you stand out from the other candidates sitting in the same stack of resumes. But how do you find those skills that prove you’re unique? And how do you choose which ones to list? Here are some tips to help you decide: 1. Look to Your Hobbies You may be surprised to discover that your hobbies are a great place to begin looking for some of your uniqu...
 
  Career Advice: Should you lie to your boss?
by Hallie Crawford - May, 2011
One of my career coaching clients, Robert, recently was wondering if he should tell his boss how unhappy he was at work. Robert had not been there very long but he was miserable, and pretty much ready to quit. Should you lie to your boss about whether you're happy at work? Almost all of my clients deal with this question. I will give you the same advice that I gave James. Being up front about your discontent at your job rea...
 
  Choosing Transferable Skills to Add to Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - May, 2011
When you’re in the midst of switching careers, you may feel a bit concerned about just how you can show that you are qualified for a new position with your old skills. Although it’s true that you may not have all of the qualifications a company is seeking, you probably have some great transferable skills. What are transferable skills? These are skills that can be transferred from your old career to the new one. The key i...
 
  Executive Job Hunting? You'll Need More Than a Resume
by Laura Smith-Proulx - May, 2011
If you’re an executive planning your next career move, it might surprise you to learn that you’ll be judged by more than just your resume during your job search. In other words, a full resume is not necessarily the best fit for each interviewer or contact. Surprised? You’ll find that recruiters, company owners, Boards of Directors, and other hiring decision-makers often look at your experience through a series of interviews...
 
  How to be “Great on the Job,” a review
by Miriam Salpeter - May, 2011
Communication — and communicating well, in business and in all circumstances — is key for career success. It’s not always easy to know what to say, and it certainly isn’t always obvious how to say it. Jodi Glickman’s new book, Great On the Job, comes to the rescue. Known as a strong, strategic communicator with many successful examples to back up her words, Jodi, who’s landed jobs due to her interviewing skills, even though sh...
 
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