When was the last time you dusted off and updated your executive resume?
If you’re like many top executives, it’s been several years, or you don’t even have a resume because you never needed one to land a job.
You may be surprised by the way today’s c-suite / senior-level executive resume looks and reads.
You’ll also see the impact personal branding has on today’s executive resume, to differentiate and generate chemistry for the job-seeker’s unique promise of value.
The following are also documents I created for actual clients, but to protect their confidentiality, I’ve fictionalized all identifying information:
I created the following resume for my client Bruce Smythe, who was NOT in a confidential search. You can read about our collaboration in my blog post describing how we developed his executive brand.
The samples above are © Copyright protected. Copying any part of these samples or any content on this site for your own use constitutes infringement of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
But you don’t want to copy someone else’s brand and promise of value, right?
You want your career marketing communications to tell your own unique story and reflect what differentiates you from your competition, in words that speak from your own voice.
There are many reasons why it’s not a good idea to “use” the content from resume samples. Find out in my blog post, What’s Wrong with Copying an Executive Brand Resume Sample?
To get an idea of what goes into creating executive resumes and career biographies, see my posts: