Ella Naamah. templates. October 07th , 2017.
The executive resume is different from a traditional one in that it will have more information. Many people with over 15 years of experience in the workplace have many companies, awards and projects to list on a resume. For many executives, this means their resume will contain multiple pages of text. The advice of keeping a resume to one page does not apply to executive level career seekers. There are templates that will help you to organize your information in a format that is readable for the interviewer. Try to include only the information that is relevant to the job you are seeking and resist the temptation to add in every single detail.
Yes, everyone wants to inflate their capabilities and sugarcoat their accomplishments. But there's a very fine line between making your skills sound flowery and making them sound stupid. Countless resumes are stashed with exaggerated adjectives and self-praises. We are all tempted to make ourselves sound awesome on paper, but you need to make sure you're believable at the end of the day.
"I do not go to gym". Turning your personal shortcomings into professional ones is a big mistake. It does not help you at all. It only highlights your personal weaknesses, along with the professional ones, making you more unwanted. Such answers also distract the conversation and the flow of interview, and you may not get selected.
Experience: Here, put in your work experience in chronological order, starting from the latest or current posting. You can mention details of the firms, their location, and your duties (in bullet points, if possible). Don't forget to mention the duration of each assignment.
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