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CV by experience: Executive CV

With competition in the executive field growing ever higher, your goal is to write a resume sample that can clearly communicate and define you as a professional, which leaves no doubt about the value you bring to the table.

We all want to succeed and your resume’s job is to cement your position as that person, making sure that everyone – from the recruiter to the hiring manager roots for your success.

You must make them like you.

Think of your resume template as your bridge of communication between you and the recruiter. It serves as a document to ready the ground before you go in for the interview. While your resume has to communicate the relevant skills and experience for the job, it has an even bigger responsibility of getting hiring managers supporting your candidacy above anyone else.

The key to this is being likable, and while it’s easier said than done, the best place to start is having a great professional summary section.

Don’t even think about the “objectives” section, that’s a thing of the past. Tell your recruiter a story about who you are, what you do, and what makes you different. Write in the first person to make it more relatable and make sure to mix up the content with information about your story, relevant keywords, and your professional approach and leadership style.