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Ivy Exec’s Sr. Resume Specialist Staci Collins explains how carefully chosen words and focusing on the solution, not the problem, are the keys to getting the interview and Showing Evidence of Leadership & People Skills on Your Resume:
Adding proof of Leadership & People skills into your resume, while of crucial importance, can be some of the trickiest bullets. First, it’s often hard to quantify people results. Not every intervention results in a promotion, performance Continue reading
We are proud to announce that we have added another career expert to the Ivy Exec Resume Writing Team: Laura Hill.
Laura’s industry expertise includes financial services, especially capital markets and investment management; media/entertainment/internet; consumer products; and professional services. To see how you can work with Laura, click here.
Working primarily with senior-level executives, she helps clients optimize their careers through assessment, strategic planning, personal branding, and effective job search, including assistance with resumes, interviewing skills and negotiations. Her clients include C-suite executives, MBAs from top business schools, law firm partners and associates, and Wall Street professionals.
She received an M.B.A. in finance Continue reading
If you’re applying, or planning to apply, to jobs overseas, you may have asked yourself these questions:
Is it a resume or a CV (curriculum vitae)?
What size should the document be, letter or A4?
Do I really need to share my marital status?
What about spelling? Is American English okay or do I need to use British, Australian, or Canadian English?
Do I need to have my resume translated into the local language?
Do I mention my immigration status?
Beyond these questions of logistics, it can be a challenge to communicate your value in a quickly evolving international marketplace. How do you know what is important Continue reading