Putting Things On Your Executive Resume That Will Actually Hold Weight And Not Weight You Down

How many of you have heard the term holding weight? Whenever you hear this term it can be quite confusing at first because you don't know how it applies. But when it comes to creating written material such as an executive resume holding weight simply means that a certain term or phrase you have used... [More]

What You Need To Sell The Most On Your Executive Resume, Continued

Secondly you will need to list accomplishments, and not only list them but you would need to map out what they might mean for the company you are trying to apply for now. Even though this may seem like what I've just mentioned before it is different. What you are trying to do on your executive resum... [More]

What You Need To Sell The Most On Your Executive Resume More Then Anything Else

Now applying for an executive position is very tough along with competitive. It is understandable that anybody who is putting in an executive resume is constantly going to question whether they are doing it right and whether they have missed something. But these are things you shouldn't be worrying ... [More]

Executive Careers: Make Sure Your Resume Is All Meat And No Fat

Executive careers are very rewarding and they usually compensate pretty well financially. The only problem is that in this tough economy many executive job seekers are finding themselves hitting a brick wall. Many of them do not know what type of resume to put in, nor do they know how long the resum... [More]

Another 5 Top Executive Resume Mistakes

Here is the second part of our article about executive resume writing mistakes: · Too long At most, your resume should be two pages long, and should be written as tightly as possible. · Too much extraneous information "Bullet" format is fine, and in fact is preferable w... [More]

Top 10 Executive Resume Mistakes

In this job market, it's already tough to find a job; however, if you're sending out resumes and aren't getting any responses back, it could be that's your resume writing that's at fault. Don't misunderstand; it is indeed a tough job market, but you still need a stellar executive resume -- now more ... [More]

Pros of Executive Career Coaching

Are you looking to change your career?  Maybe you want to move to the next step in your professional life.  If you're looking to make any changes, it may be time to get career coaching.  A career coach will act just like a regular coach would to a sports team.  They will help you... [More]

Cons of being a CEO

One of the biggest disadvantages of being a CEO is the increased responsibility. Although you have greater power, you are also going to have to have bigger responsibilities within your organization. In many cases, this means that you are going to have to put in longer hours than many other employees... [More]

How to Become an Account Executive

The marketing and advertising industry is highly competitive in many levels, which many account executives will tell you outright.  And speaking of account executives, you can actually be one of these highly successful individuals.  But first, you must develop the personal characteristics ... [More]

Executive Job Search Tips

Here are few steps to help you find an executive job: - check out the big job boards. - check out sites specialized in executive jobs.. - contact executive recruiters (watch out for scammers asking money upfront as you should never pay to get a job; real recruiters will receive a fee when you get... [More]