Management CV – Page 1
Page 1 of any Managerial Resume has to outline all the key elements of your experience, achievements, skills and educational in a clear and professional manner. It must also communicate your talents at training, leading, hiring, and managing employees and projects in order to drive business forward and create a profitable culture within the company. I find that adding a personable tone to any managerial Resume can have positive outcome and increases the likelihood of getting the interview. It is also important to quickly outline your project management and people management skills, even before you start describing your specific role. On a monthly basis I format and write Managerial Resumes that can be used to target National and International leadership roles in a vast array of industries. I normally spend a full working day on each Managerial Resume in order to comb through the wording, keyword it properly and carry out the required amount of research needed on a specific industry.
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Management CV – Page 2
The second page of any Managerial Resume should serve to reinforce much of the information on page 1, and (again) clearly outline every aspect of your career to date. It should also include relevant education and your career in Management, Business Development, People Management and Leadership. Regardless of the type of Senior role you are targeting, the Resume has to be keyworded with specific buzz words related to the leadership of staff, projects, finance, departments, teams and businesses. Additionally, cluttering, bad grammar and mixed formatting will only lead to disappointment and rejection.