Tips for Recording Your Executive Success at Work

Tips for Recording Your Executive Success at Work

For executives in need of a resume lift: The time is now to record your executive experience, so you can create a rock solid executive resume. I believe in the need for executives to maintain an accurate written or electronic record of their accomplishments in every job they have held–and they should maintain those records for at least 10 years. Nevertheless, recording executive accomplishments will help you write the executive resume that will secure future promotions, job transfers, and selection for major new projects that can advance executive careers to the C-suite.

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  • — By Amy L. Adler, CEO, Executive Resume Writer and Career Coach. Amy has won twice in the global TORI Awards for Best Executive Resume. Connect with Amy on LinkedIn.

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