Are you like so many senior business leaders who:
- don't know whether your resume clearly speaks to your target market
- know that your LinkedIn profile falls short of selling your skills and abilities, but don't know what to do about it
- find it difficult to communicate your skills without feeling that you are bragging
- don't know the right strategies for approaching recruiters
- find it difficult to decide on which career option is the best to take
- don't know how to expand your network, so that you passively attract more opportunities
- are unclear what to say when asked to give examples of your strengths and achievements
- want to change industries or qualify for a bigger position/title, but are unclear how to frame your experience to accurately position yourself for maximum market leverage?
If you've answered "yes" to most of the above, you're in the right place.
Here's what most resume writers won't tell you. Executive resumes are held to a higher standard on multiple levels. An effective executive resume must deliver metrics-driven accomplishments while having visual appeal, an organised message, and a clear focus.
Unfortunately, most resume writers don't have the ability to write at this level.
This is where Arielle Executive comes in.
Recruiters and hiring managers are desperately seeking executive candidates that they can get excited about.
Arielle Executive exists to make sure that this person is ...read more