The other day, I created a simple message because I know that most people don’t like to read long blog articles. On one hand, my effort worked for those who would rather scan than read but on the other hand, someone commented because they didn’t know what I was talking about.
Here you go. As a recruiter for 25+ years, I have had significant experience in listening to job candidate’s stories on the phone. Then they send their resume and their resume tells a different story than the one I heard on the phone.
Next, I’ll look this person up on LinkedIn (as many employers do) and I’ll find yet another story. You get one chance to make a first impression. I suggest aligning the message you create on LinkedIn with the message you send in your resume. Ultimately, make sure both of those messages align with the way you’ll communicate when you have an opportunity to interview.
My coaching clients who have put these three topics in alignment have had significant success all over the world. Communication that is delivered in a clean, clear and logical manner works for your resume, for LinkedIn and for your interviews.
Jeff Snyder Coaching, 719.686.8810