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Results Lead to Results!
Results Resume Worksheet
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Step 1. Identify your accomplishments: The action verbs provided below will help you recall
certain specific results. Th...
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Professional :
Results Resume Worksheet
Personal / Social / Civic:
Accomplishment Skills
Accomplishment Skills
Now, use ...
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Step 4: Now you are ready to create concrete examples of where, when, and how you did something
that led to results: For...
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Step 5. Describe this result/accomplishment in a single sentence (a bullet suitable for marketing
you). Well-written sta...
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Position Without Metrics With Metrics
Non-Exempt Unloaded several trucks every day.
Unloaded 12 trucks and approximately...
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  1. 1. Results Lead to Results! Results Resume Worksheet
  2. 2. 2 Step 1. Identify your accomplishments: The action verbs provided below will help you recall certain specific results. These action verbs can help you begin your statements. Results Resume Worksheet Instructions Action Verbs Adapt/modify/adjust Advise/counsel Analyze/investigate/ research Appraise/assess/ evaluate Arbitrate/mediate Audit Brief/inform Budget Classify/categorize Collaborate Consult Create/ invent/design Decide Draft/outline Economize Edited/revised Envision/conceive Estimate/project Expedite/accelerate/ advance Facilitate/assist Forecast/predict Identify/recognize Implement/initiate/ instigate Influenced/persuade Inspect/examine Integrate/incorporate Investigate Lead Listen Manage/direct Market Motivate/encourage/ inspire Multi-task Negotiate/bargain Operate Organize/assemble/ arrange Persuade/convince Plan/schedule/program Present/speak/provide Produce/form/synthesize Program Promote/endorse Recommend/propose Recruit/enlist/employ Redesign/reorganize/ restore Sell Solve/troubleshoot Summarize/recap Supervise/lead/monitor Teach/train/instruct/ coach Write/publish Step 2. Identify the key skills you possess that led to your results: Select skills in the box provided below that you used and want to use again. Of all your skills, list the ones you perform the very best and enjoy the most. These are your most marketable skills and the ones you want to use in your next job. Example: Manage information systems. Key Skills Adapt/modify/adjust Advise/counsel Analyze/investigate/ research Appraise/assess/ evaluate Arbitrate/mediate Audit Brief/inform Budget Classify/categorize Collaborate Consult Create/ invent/design Decide Draft/outline Economize Edited/revised Envision/conceive Estimate/project Expedite/accelerate/ advance Facilitate/assist Forecast/predict Identify/recognize Implement/initiate/ instigate Influenced/persuade Inspect/examine Integrate/incorporate Investigate Lead Listen Manage/direct Market Motivate/encourage/ inspire Multi-task Negotiate/bargain Operate Organize/assemble/ arrange Persuade/convince Plan/schedule/program Present/speak/provide Produce/form/synthesize Program Promote/endorse Recommend/propose Recruit/enlist/employ Redesign/reorganize/ restore Sell Solve/troubleshoot Summarize/recap Supervise/lead/monitor Teach/train/instruct/ coach Write/publish Step 3. Identify the situation, action and result of each of your accomplishments. Steps 1 through 3 below will guide your thinking to fill out the charts on the following pages.
  3. 3. 3 Professional : Results Resume Worksheet Personal / Social / Civic: Accomplishment Skills Accomplishment Skills Now, use the information from Steps 1 through 3 to fill out the charts below. Remember to provide numbers, dollars, percentage increases, etc., whenever possible.
  4. 4. 4 Step 4: Now you are ready to create concrete examples of where, when, and how you did something that led to results: For each of your key skills, develop an example to support it. Choose from the results/ accomplishments that you developed in your professional profile and demonstrate your highest level of effectiveness. Situation – What problem, situation, task, opportunity did you address? What  was  done?  For  whom?  Example:  “I   wrote  a  new  sales  presentation  for  Jim  Smith.”   Action – What action(s) did you or your direct reports take? What  did  I  do?  How  did  I  do  it?  Example:  “I  analyzed   current  presentation,  researched  options,  wrote  new  presentation,  and  monitored  results.”   Result – What were the results or benefits in quantified terms? Quantify and qualify. What was improved or modified? – quantify whenever possible using numbers, dollars, percentages, survey results. Example:  “New  presentation  saved  salespeople  one  hour  per  sales  call,  increased  closing  by  20%,  reduced  learning   curve  by  30  days,  contributed  to  company’s  overall  growth.”   Result Statements Breakdown: Situation Action Result
  5. 5. 5 Step 5. Describe this result/accomplishment in a single sentence (a bullet suitable for marketing you). Well-written statements begin with a powerful VERB and demonstrate a result achieved. These templates can help: Successfully planned __________________, resulting in __________________. Created _____________________________, which led to _________________. Implemented _____________________, increasing profits by _______________. Initiated _________________________. EXAMPLE Action Verb = Planned SITUATION: Planned renovations and re-opening of a restaurant within two months after being hired as Sales Manager for a large hospitality business in a competitive resort area. ACTION: Reviewed existing plan; revised service and product concept; altered interior renovation; coordinated with all entities; developed standards for implementation; trained personnel; marketed; monitored quality assurance and financial performance. RESULTS: Operation opened on schedule, within budget. Increased revenue by 25% the first year, and received favorable feedback from customers and investors. Results Statement Planned and directed the renovation and launch of a restaurant including overseeing renovations, hiring and training personnel, coordinating marketing, and forecasting financial performance that led to the restaurant opening on schedule and a 25% increase in revenue during first year of operation. Results Statements
  6. 6. 6 Position Without Metrics With Metrics Non-Exempt Unloaded several trucks every day. Unloaded 12 trucks and approximately 12,000 pounds of glass daily; consistently achieved 100% customer satisfaction ratings. Administrative Tracked expenses and saved money. Created an Excel spreadsheet to track expenses that saved 20%, or over $2,000, per year for 3 years. Line Staff Answered customer calls successfully. Answered over 100 customer calls per day and achieved 24-hour problem-resolution rate of 98%. Technical Installed several LANs. Installed 40 LANs in 6 states within 1 year to improve intracompany communication, facilitate order processing and increase capacity from 1,500 to > 2,500 orders per day. Manager Grew sales and decreased sales expense. Grew division sales from $49M to over $104M in 3 years while decreasing sales expense 18%. Executive Successfully directed program management team. Implemented a 2-year program that exceeded a projected 20% annual reduction in costs, or $4M annually, for 43 locations in the Northeast. EXAMPLE Results Statements By Position Notes:

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