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An executive summary is a condensed overview of your career highlights, experiences, competencies and achievements. It’s a one page ‘attention getter’ effectively used when networking for your next or ideal role.
CV’S must be up to date with the order of information starting with biographical information, academic & (relevant) additional training followed by latest/current role FIRST.
A common fault in CV’s is to assume the reader knows about the employers named in the CV – in most cases they don’t! Ensure you include a brief description of the company’s cited in your CV.
Also, it is more relevant to cite your key achievements in each role than listing role responsibilities as these are mostly generic. Make sure your key achievements will be endorsed during the background checking process.
No matter how well qualified or experienced you are ultimately the hiring decision is subjective. In other words, the hiring decision is ultimately based on how the hirer “feels” you will fit in, work with the team, get on with your new manager so he’s a few tips:
Make an initial impression – be aware the impression you make in the first 2 minutes of meeting will set the tone of the interview
Articulate – speak clearly, confidently with little pausing between answers. Your written and verbal ability is a powerful tool – use it
Don’t sell or promote – let your personality shine through, assume a confident pose by looking directly at the interviewer. Be ready to talk about your key attributes and areas where you believe you require further development. A Key tip here is to think “ why would someone hire me”
Politeness – engage the interviewer in “ice breaker” conversation, thank the interviewer for the meeting on greeting, ask how much time is allowed for the interview and for an indication of the key hiring criteria needed to be successful. Depending on this answer you can arrange your thoughts to address key points.
Inform – Do your research on the Employers Company, products or service and be prepared to share your observations. Use your information and knowledge wisely by asking informed questions – not making statements
Showcase Motivation – have a pen and pad with you, sit forward with hands on the desk/table – no sitting back or folded arms. Before concluding the interview ask if you have addressed all of the interviewer’s points, ask what the next stage of the hiring process is and thank the interviewer for their time. Your goal in the interview is to be the successful candidate – then you can decide if you want to accept the role.