As resume writers and coaches, there's no doubt that our #1 goal is to write high-quality documents - resumes, cover letters, e-notes, LinkedIn profiles, career bios, and all of the career marketing messages our clients will need. Yet it's just as important that we are productive.
If you're self-employed, it's straightforward. The more resumes you write, the more money you make. That's true whether you're writing for your own clients or subcontract writing for other resume companies. It's all about how many resumes and related documents you can write each day, each week, and each month.
CHALLENGE: What can you do to quicken the pace at which you write so that you can get more resumes out the door every day?
If you work for a college or university, a military transition office, a workforce development center, or any other organization, being productive can be even more challenging because you're often supporting large groups of job seekers. Your goal is to help as many people as you possibly can, often with limited resources.
CHALLENGE: How can you be more efficient and productive without diminishing the quality of resources your job seekers receive?
We'll answer these questions and many others in this E-Summit, pulling from the long list of queries we've received over the years about this specific topic. We'll share:
As with all of our E-Summits, you'll receive a content-rich portfolio of handouts for the class - samples of resumes, cover letters, e-letters, bios, and other career marketing communications, along with additional writing tools and resources that you can put to use immediately.
This program is offered via MP3 audio recording, and each attendee will receive the audio recording link, so you can listen - over and over - whenever you wish.
We are always here to answer your questions and work with you one-on-one to reach your writing goals! Feel free to contact us at any time.