Published on August 17, 2018
Show Off Your Awesome Accomplishments : Show Off Your Awesome Accomplishments Sounding like a braggart doesn’t appeal you?: Sounding like a braggart doesn’t appeal you? Out perform the job requirements through your career wins Highlight the tinniest of your achievements, it all matters! CV IS YOUR WAY FORWARD! Slide3: First brainstorm all the possible achievements you’ve had throughout your career. Never think you don’t have one! Completing tasks on time Team wins Meeting project deadlines Finding ways to save costs Slide4: Never take your accomplishments for granted Recruiters( such as Rekruttering ) see your future successes through the your past work. Keeping your resume updated with accomplishments throughout your career create a good first impression…which will cause a recruiter to want to know more. Saying, “That was a piece of cake.” will push you to the bottom of the candidate list. But instead using, “I worked dedicatedly towards the goal and achieved a specific milestone.” will come across much better.: Saying, “That was a piece of cake.” will push you to the bottom of the candidate list. But instead using, “I worked dedicatedly towards the goal and achieved a specific milestone.” will come across much better. Let your hard work speak for itself . Slide6: Don’t exaggerate. Portray yourself and your expertise in handling tough challenges without overdoing it. If you try to puff yourself up by going overboard, then your true accomplishments will no longer be believed. Your goal in writing a resume is to convey the real you. Help the recruiter connect with you – then the recruiter will do the rest to promote you into the position. Slide7: FINALLY! Wrap up your resume, link your past experiences to the benefit your organization received from that accomplishment. So they can connect that to how you’ll do things in the next job. Communicating key benefits along with your accomplishments helps the recruiter be more confident in recommending you for the role. Don’t use flowery language; focus on action verbs such as “transformed” or “championed” to deliver your point. PROVE YOUR WORTH THROUGH THE RESUME!