CVs & Profiles
Getting the basics right!
Your CV should not only get you the response you seek, e.g. "to interview," but should assist you in selling yourself and your career journey when in the interview. Always in a logical, compelling and "value add" way. In other words, a tool to use, not just an "application document."
Your CV has to be written articulately with a clear structure and progression displayed to quickly give evidence that you're someone that can excel and has the experience to prove it!
Capitalising on phrases and keywords relevant to your sector and target role is critical in today's quick scan ideology.
The narrative needs to be concise, logical and relevant to sell your attributes and value to an organisation. Does your CV prompt discussion that focuses on your key strengths and the
"why I should make you an offer...?"
How do you deal with the tired "talk me through your CV" opener when in interview...?
Does you CV help to relay a compelling and resonating overview of your credibility?