How would you like to turbo-charge your resume / CV writing experience and give yourself the best chance possible of beating out the competition to win that job!
Then add Ken Docherty’s Resume Workbook to your resume template order and ignite your career!
In this workbook, Ken gives you a series of worksheets including;
– An Experience Questionnaire –
In this questionnaire Ken walks you through his process for developing a knock-out bullet point to make sure the information you’re adding to your resume is as high-impact and polished as possible.
Ken walks you through the construction of the Challenge. Action. Result. (CAR) bullet point construction technique that he uses with his own consulting clients. He also provides an example of a CAR bullet point build-out for your reference.
In addition, this worksheet has space for you to add 5 employer entries. You can either type directly onto the worksheet to start building out your ideas, or you can print it out and write them in!
If you follow this structure, you cannot fail to create winning bullet points that will impress hiring managers and recruiters.
– A Branded Statement Worksheet –
In this worksheet Ken will show you how to create an amazing branded statement. The branded statement is the section at the very beginning of your resume, often 5 or 6 lines of text in length introducing your unique value proposition.
A good branded statement is essential in helping the hiring team understand who you are, what you can do, how you can add value, and how you differentiate yourself from all the other people applying for the same role as you.
In this worksheet Ken will ask you a series of questions to help cut to the chase and uncover your unique value proposition and the hidden skills you can leverage to really make an impact on that hiring team.
Ken also provides 6 examples of branded statements to give you an idea as to the strength and structure of a good branded statement. Ken includes statements for various professions to show you that these statements can be built by anyone at any level.
You can type your ideas straight into the worksheet or print them off and write them in. You choose.
– 5 Key Questions Worksheet –
Ken will ask you 5 questions that he asks all of his consulting clients. These questions get to the heart of what you have to offer and are considered essential in helping you truly meditate on what you have to offer your next employer.
Type straight into the worksheet or print it off and write it in manually.
– Key Skills Worksheet –
The purpose of this exercise is to identify 15 key skills / attributes that you have to offer. These skills will be included in the ‘Core Competencies’, ‘Key Skills’, Areas of Expertise’ section of your new resume.
Ken includes examples of 15 skills for 14 different professions to give you an idea as to what you could be including in your own key skills list.
Other worksheets included are;
Defining Your Goals
General Skills Checklist
Social Media Skills Checklist
Power Verbs Checklist
Soft Skills Checklist
Technical Skills Checklist
This workbook is a perfect complement to Ken’s Resume Writing Guide and resume templates. Add it to your order to make sure you do yourself justice in your new resume, impress the hiring team, and help give yourself the best chance possible of beating out the competition to win that job!
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