How the heck are you supposed to convince someone
of your GREATNESS
without talking to them?
If you find yourself asking this question after getting yet another rejection email, then this is the challenge for you.
People are Still the Center of the Hiring Process
THE GOOD NEWS? At the end of the day, your resume is being reviewed by a real, live person.
THE BAD NEWS? At the end of the day, that real, live person is throwing your resume into the trash.
Don’t believe all of the recent internet hype about the rise of Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) rejecting your resume without a person ever seeing it or that you need to have a PhD in resume writing to get by “the machines”.
All companies still have hiring managers, HR reps, and recruiters on the hunt for top talent and are manually reviewing resumes.
As long as hiring is decided by people, applicants have the responsibility to CONVINCE those people not only of their abilities, but to make a positive IMPACT on each individual.
What You’ll Learn from the Resume Revamp Challenge:
- Why companies make the decisions that they do
- Perspectives from the hiring managers and HR folks
- What companies are REALLY saying in a job description
- How to sell yourself as “the whole package”
- How someone’s personality drives their decision-making process
- What keywords are, how to find and leverage them
- How to write resume experiences without hiring a professional
- How to cater your resume to every application without losing your mind
Is this Resume Revamp Challenge really free?
The beginning of any career transition is knowing quite a bit about yourself and being able to articulate that to another person. Most of the time, the job seekers I come across sell themselves short: in their abilities, their accomplishments, and in their ambitions.
Over the next 5 days, I’ll take you through 5 lessons to give you a comprehensive education on not only HOW to write a resume, but also what the process looks like from the other side and how YOU can drive decision making.