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  • 1. *
  • 2. Hi
  • 3. *Really!
  • 4. SchoolFamiliesWork
  • 5. School Families WorkEveryone Else
  • 6. 5 exercises 1-5 minutes eachFully interactive
  • 7. What would you like to cover? Exercise 1
  • 8. The Perfect Resume
  • 9. The Perfect Resume
  • 10. Don’t be this guy!
  • 11. Your resumeGet you an interview Get you the job By phone Be the only document youll need at the In person interview
  • 12. Good Qualities/Strengths Exercise 2
  • 13. Good Qualities/Strengths Exercise 2 Global Commodity Supply Leader
  • 14. IRSYMCAWTFIBMKGBFBI
  • 15. IRSYMCAWTFIBMKGBFBI
  • 16. IRSYMCAWTFIBMKGBFBI
  • 17. The Basic Journey of a Resume I can’t see what I need!
  • 18. The Basic Journey of a Resume
  • 19. Make a quick choice Exercise 3Global Commodity Manager
  • 20. The Basic Layout
  • 21. The Basic Layout Trouble avoided or eliminated Growth achieved
  • 22. What do you stand for?
  • 23. John SmithAccomplished Relationship Manager with 18 years retail mortgage experiencefrom Loan Officer to VP/Regional Sales Manager. Established and managedRESPA compliant and profitable strategic alliances with real estate firms andhome builders. Grew market share by 10% in the Carolinas and significantlyimproved Mid-Atlantic and Northeast penetration. Trained, coached and managed3 Regional Sales Managers. Directed to integrate the line of business strategynationwide.Respected by C-suite level external business partners.Collaborates, engages and influences cross-organizational business partners toaccomplish goals.Proven to prosper in matrix reporting structure with substantial matrixmanagement responsibility.Successful as individual and team contributor in cross-cultural markets, in variedeconomic environments.Coaches, motivates and trains sales force on development of business plan/salesstrategy.
  • 24. John Smith Strategic Partnership ManagerFinancially prudent and ethical mortgage partnerships.
  • 25. Joan SmithDiversified professional in the Hospitality industry, certification in meeting & eventmanagement (CMP). Featuring a successful career in team & projectmanagement, sales, operations, and event planning. Exceptional skills in building& maintaining client relationships, cementing client trust & loyalty. Proven trackrecord of increased sales & bottom line revenues. Adept at problem solving,implementing standards, procedures, and laying foundations that produce resultsand achieve goals.Attains and surpasses set goals; strong relationship building skills; expertise insales, planning, management; client/customer focused; motivational staffleadership skills, team oriented, dedicated to mentoring, training, development;creation and implementation of standards and procedures; ability to adapt tochange, detail oriented, self motivated, creative problem-solver, strongorganizational and operational skills, graceful under pressure; proficient softwareskills (MS Office & others)
  • 26. Joan Smith Client Event ManagerHospitality events done expertly and with confidence under pressure.
  • 27. What do you stand for? Exercise 4
  • 28. Your Mantra5-7 Words_______ ______ ______ ______ and with ______adjective noun verb adverbClient events planned superbly and with poise under pressure
  • 29. What do you want to do? Exercise 5
  • 30. Exercise 5: What do you want to do? Your Objective is to help. not to get a job
  • 31. Exercise 5: What do you want to do? Your Objective is to help. "To support/lead/energize " (key functions) " of a " (adjective/industry) " organizations " (business area) "
  • 32. Exercise 5: What do you want to do? Your Objective is to help. "To support/lead " (key functions) " of a " (adjective/industry) " organizations " (business area) "
  • 33. Brief SummaryBe the PURPLE SQUIRRELHelp them See the SignsUnder your name, Their TitleStand for something, Your MantraObjective to Help/Lead/Support
  • 34. What did you think of the session?
  • 35. Photo Creditshttp://4.bp.blogspot.com/_rp5pJx_pVWo/TMrvTkmxwPI/AAAAAAAABlQ/UM5WYhHS9Go/s1600/AirplaneTakingOff.jpghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/the8rgrl/4642045/http://www.flickr.com/photos/greateryesterday/3036997998/http://www.flickr.com/photos/elizastan/2873070398/sizes/z/in/photostream/http://www.flickr.com/groups/949342@N23/pool/http://www.flickr.com/photos/furryscalyman/673915993/http://www.flickr.com/photos/greateryesterday/3036997998/http://missiledefense.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/pg-24-north-korea-g_178232s.jpg

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