Master resume writing and develop a personal brand that will stand out from the mass of applicants.
In the first module we invited you to discover your strengths and inclinations. Now, it’s time to translate those findings into a good resume and a personal brand that distinguishes you from other applicants. Simple. Isn't it?
Not quite. Crafting a strong resume takes time, effort and energy. Really, there is no short cut to the time investment into genius application material but we have the HR insights and years of experience in recruitment that will give you a competitive advantage.
Would it be helpful to know how your CV is assessed? Or if you knew how to make the most out of explaining limited, non-relevant or inexistent work experiences?
This is often the case with career starters which compete for the same jobs with peers that have essentially an identical education and equally limited work experience. Distinguishing yourself becomes more difficult and comes down to whether you are able to position yourself and your strengths more successfully than others. Creating a personal brand is an essential part of business life. Yet, it’s probably also the most difficult task to accomplish early in a career.
Another essential part in business life is networking which we will cover as the last section in the Build module.