Our success developing powerful, compelling, and unique career marketing documents stems from our in-depth information-mining and strategic development processes.
The first step begins with a single question…
What are your current career goals?
The answer to this and other key questions form the foundation for the strategic development process.
- What are your short-term goals? Career advancement, transition, etc.? Inside or outside your current industry?
- What motivates you about your work? What are you most passionate about?
- What is your forte, how are you distinguished from your peers, e.g. how will you be “branded”?
- Are there potential “Achilles’ heels” to address, e.g. a mid-career transition that deviated from your career path, a “backward” move on the career ladder, multiple positions of short duration, work history gaps, etc.?
- How did you achieve the career successes that most benefited your companies?
- What is the goal for your new Resume? Pursue an internal advancement opportunity, wage an active external search (e.g. in response to internal career limitations, a change in company stability/leadership/direction/culture), or as a vehicle by which to “test the waters” to explore select “golden” opportunities?
Below, you’ll get an inside look at actual client projects and see firsthand how our process transforms the resume from dull and lifeless to compelling and unique.
Senior Manufacturing & Operations Management Executive
Chief Information Officer / Chief Technology Officer