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Location: Redlands CA
Specialty: People in career or life transition. Mentoring other coaches. Small business owners and entrepreneurs. Busy professionals who want a life! Scientifically validated DISC and Values assessments. LifeTrek, Inc.
Location: Bexley, OH
Specialty: We work with people in career transition, both up the ladder and out of corporate life. For those seeking new direction, we use an approach developed at the Harvard School of Business. For those seeking promotion and advancement, we use individual telephone coaching over a 3 to 6 month time period. Many clients get great results in that period of time. They often benefit from our relationship with an executive search firm.
Hunter Coaching and Consulting
Location: East Troy, WI
specialty: Career transitions, life balance, Career Planning, Coaching Employees, Decision Making, Getting Organized, Goal Setting, Leadership/Vision, Market Planning, Motivation of Employees, Personal Leadership, Public Speaking, Self-Confidence, Strategic Planning, Time Management, Training and Development
Written by Kim Kovach
Original Publication Source:
National Business Employment Weekly
From the Publishers of the Wall Street Journal
Jim Pallouras was a senior executive at a national retailer based in the Northeast when he was laid off as part of a downsizing last year. He’d joined the company after leaving the military, worked his way up the ladder and took pride in his contributions as the retailer expanded nationally. When Mr. Pallouras sat down to update his resume for the first time in years, he was faced with the challenge of condensing a 30-year career full of achievements into an effective one – to two-page document. Yet, he remembers thinking, “How hard could it be?” He started by listing every important aspect of his life dating back to the 1960’s including every job title he’d held at his former employer, as well as his accomplishments from high school through the Army. When he was done, his resume stretched to three pages, starting with an objective statement and ending with his marital status. Once Mr. Pallouras’ resume reached employers and recruiters, they took one look before dropping it into the wastebasket. It was wordy, overdone, and out of touch with the realities of a ’90s job hunt. Fortunately, it wasn’t long before Mr. Pallouras realized his resume had problems. After gathering critical advice, he revised it to present a more competitive version of himself. The rewrite worked. His new, improved resume generated interviews, which led to another senior-level position.
Red Flags Flying
Executive recruiters, professional resume writers and human resource managers say they’ve seen more poorly written resumes cross their desks recently than ever before. So before you waste time, money and postage with a resume that will eliminate you from consideration, review the following common mistakes to make sure you avoid them in your documents: