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A brief introduction to the what how and why of visual resumes

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  1. VISUAL Resumes Become the signal, not the noise The James Kendall
  2. In an age of abundance... http://www.flickr.com/photos/pedrosz/5173748531/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  3. [M]eaning has become a central aspect of our work and our lives. --Dan Pink, A Whole New Mind http://www.flickr.com/photos/mobilestreetlife/5946319814/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  4. While stellar performance & reputation matter... Stephen Poff
  5. The standard approach is not enough. http://www.flickr.com/photos/digger-c64/5375181724/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  6. The path is not linear. http://www.flickr.com/photos/torsten-reuschling/4616055127/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  7. Your reputation is virtual. Emilie Ogez Matt Andrews Photo
  8. You Body of work The web You as a professional
  9. Companies are increasingly relying on social networks ...to gauge candidates' suitability. --Rachel Silverman, The Wall Street Journal Shovelling Son
  10. buzz.bishop 1 in 6 Americans found their last job through a social network. --Jobvite http://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/4318014204/sizes/o/in/set-72157622042602566/
  11. The basic function of a resume isn’t going anywhere. Images: SOCIALisBETTER
  12. What’s changing is how that function is executed. --Kyle Lagunas, Software Advice Images: SOCIALisBETTER
  13. http://www.flickr.com/photos/uravms/7979108304/sizes/l/in/photostream/ Execute function
  14. I’m not creative. Kalense Kid
  15. Wrong. Kalense Kid
  16. Truth is, in most companies, you’re probabl y not going to get ahead just by doing a good job. To get promoted, you first have to promote yourself. --Anne Libby, The Daily Muse
  17. What is Creativity? http://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/3816770796/sizes/o/in/photostream/
  18. The ability to disorganize http://www.flickr.com/photos/31246066@N04/6270966505/sizes/l/in/photostream/ received ways of thinking...
  19. ...and to reorganize them Fallingwater Frank Lloyd Wright http://www.flickr.com/photos/31246066@N04/6270966505/sizes/l/in/photostream/ in a way unknown before.
  20. http://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/4134629421/sizes/l/in/photostream/ The process whereby one's ideas or productions delight, surprise, and inspire others. --Marshall Duke, Emory University
  21. First, develop a brand mantra “a ...simple...statement describing who you are and what you have to offer.” --Megan Marrs, The Daily Muse Image: darkmatter
  22. I am a Superteacher empowering minds in the learning revolution. Image: JD Hancock
  23. Avoid the overdone & cliche.
  24. Organizational Innovative Track record Motivated Dynamic Creative Communication skills Extensive experience Effective Problem solving 10 most overused professional buzzwords -- LinkedIN
  25. Instead... Identify what your strong suits are, http://www.flickr.com/photos/ndeliciousbass/4477273516/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  26. and how you can breathe new life into them for upward momentum. --Stephanie Taylor Christensen, Forbes Woman http://www.flickr.com/photos/ndeliciousbass/4477273516/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  27. So, what is your brand mantra?
  28. http://www.flickr.com/photos/x-ray_delta_one/3886469710/sizes/l/in/set-72157622042602566/ A job doesn’t court you--you court the job.
  29. So, get to know your audience.
  30. Seven Questions to Knowing Your Audience 1 What are they like? Demographics and psychographics are a great start, but connecting with your audience means understanding them on a personal level. Take a walk in their shoes and describe what their life looks like each day. 2 Why are they here? What do they think they’re going to get out of this presentation? Why did they come to hear you? Are they willing participants or mandatory attendees? This is also a bit of a situation analysis. 3 What keeps them up at night? Insert a representative Everyone has a fear, a pain point, a thorn in the side. Let your audience know you empathize—and picture or illustration of an offer a solution. audience member in this rectangle. It helps to put a face on the audience. 4 How can you solve their problem? What’s in it for the audience? How are you going to make their lives better? 5 What do you want them to do? Answer the question “so what?”—and make sure there’s clear action for your audience to take. 6 How can you best reach them? People vary in how they receive information. This can include the set up of the room to the availability of materials after the presentation. Give the audience what they want, how they want it. 7 How might they resist? What will keep them from adopting your message and carrying out your call to action? © duarte.com 2008
  31. Seven Questions to Knowing Your Audience 1 What are they like? Demographics and psychographics are a great start, but connecting with your audience means understanding them on a personal level. Take a walk in their shoes and describe what their life looks like each day. 2 Why are they here? What do they think they’re going to get out of this presentation? Why did they come to hear you? Are they willing participants or mandatory attendees? This is also a bit of a situation analysis. 3 What keeps them up at night? Insert a representative Download @ www.duarte.com/books Everyone has a fear, a pain point, a thorn in the side. Let your audience know you empathize—and picture or illustration of an offer a solution. audience member in this rectangle. It helps to put a face on the audience. 4 How can you solve their problem? What’s in it for the audience? How are you going to make their lives better? 5 What do you want them to do? Answer the question “so what?”—and make sure there’s clear action for your audience to take. 6 How can you best reach them? People vary in how they receive information. This can include the set up of the room to the availability of materials after the presentation. Give the audience what they want, how they want it. 7 How might they resist? What will keep them from adopting your message and carrying out your call to action? © duarte.com 2008
  32. Focus on creating a professional persona
  33. Resume & Visual Website/ resume portfolio Relevant networking
  34. Alex Rister, communication specialist
  35. What makes for a great visual resume?
  36. Supplement, not replacement. Image: S. Diddy
  37. Juhan Sonin’s word cloud resume Showcases technical & creative abilities
  38. Showcases personality Image: vnysia
  39. Student visual resume examples
  40. Crysta Timmerman
  41. Spencer House
  42. Slideshare visual resumes
  43. Really Ugly Résumés @jessedee Updated Version
  44. MY AN T I-RESUME DAVID CRANDALL MANIFESTO
  45. (by Empowered Presentations)
  46. about. me
  47. Online business card/gateway
  48. LinkedIn visualizers
  49. Vizualize.me Easily customizable, quick upload.
  50. re.vu More options/visualizations. Slightly buggy.
  51. Graphic design visual resumes
  52. (Click to visit his site)
  53. Janegardner.com
  54. One final thought to get you started...
  55. thinkingdigital [I]t comes down to what you value, what you do, and for whom you do it. --Nancy Duarte, presentation goddess
  56. References Typefaces: Museo Slab by Jos Buivenga and EdmondSans James T. Edmondson Christensen, S. T. (n.d.). Reinvent Your Career: Lessons from Chrysler . Forbes. Retrieved April 10, 2012, from http://www.forbes.com/ sites/stephaniechristensen/2012/02/17/reinvent-your-career-lessons-from-chrysler/ Duarte, N. (2008). Slide:ology: the art and science of creating great presentations. Sebastopocol, CA: O'Reilly Media. Duke, M. (n.d.). What is Creativity?. Emory University. Retrieved April 10, 2012, from http://creativity.emory.edu/what-is-creativity.shtml Lagunas, K. (2012, February 8). Multimedia and the 21st Century Resume. Software Advice. Retrieved April 10, 2012, from http:// blog.softwareadvice.com/articles/hr/multimedia-and-the-21st-century-resume-1020812/ Libby, A. (2011, December 20). Stand Out for Success: The Secrets of Self-Promotion. Daily Muse . Retrieved April 10, 2012, from http:// www.thedailymuse.com/career/stand-out-for-success-the-secrets-of-self-promotion/ LinkedIn. (2011, December 13). LinkedIn says the 2011 most overused professional buzzwords in the United States are â €œcreative,LinkedIn Press Center. Retrieved April 10, 2012, from http://press.linkedin.com/node/1051 Marrs, M. (2012, February 10). The First Step To Building Your Personal Brand | The Daily Muse. Daily Muse . Retrieved April 10, 2012, from http://www.thedailymuse.com/career/first-step-to-personal-brand/ Martin, K. (2009, October 23). Resume 101, Part 4: Julie Elman | The Visual Student. The Visual Student. Retrieved April 10, 2012, from http://blogs.nppa.org/visualstudent/2009/10/23/resume-101-part-4-julie-elman/ Pink, D. H. (2006). A whole new mind: why right-brainers will rule the future. New York: Riverhead Books.

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