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Time To Update Your Resume/LinkedIn?

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Irene
Founder & Personal Brand Strategist

Arielle Careers

Looking for in-depth, intelligent analysis of leadership and management issues which are facing Australian executives in 2014? Take a look at our curated list below.

 

1. Best Advice To New CEOs (or Those Who Want To Be) [PODCAST].

Leadership is a tough game. During your tenure in senior management, you’ll experience more stress than you can imagine. How do you excel, make a difference and leave a legacy – all while looking after yourself? Is that even possible? Michael Hyatt, ex-CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers shares lessons he learned along his journey of becoming a world-class leader. More >

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If you Google “resume writing examples” (link opens in a new tab), you’ll be faced with an ubiquitous resume format which has been the staple of resume writing since late 1990s.

In a nutshell, it looks like this:

resume example 1

The biggest problems here are:

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Getting interviews can be tough in the current market.

You may have 30 years’ of relevant experience, recognition and a skills list that would put Cirque de Soleil performers to shame but you keep hitting closed doors in your job search.

There are many reasons as to why job searches are difficult:

  • slower economy,
  • fewer available senior roles,
  • development of the hidden job market, and
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It’s no secret that I love LinkedIn.

I think the platform has deservedly become the weapon of choice for professionals, managers and executives who are serious about advancing and future-proofing their career.

You can use LinkedIn in one of two ways:

  1. Actively (while on the job hunt) – to discover available job opportunities and get in front of recruiters.
  2. Passively (while happily employed) – to build your network and increase your visibility while attracting potential opportunities and planning your next career move.

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