Dr. Heather Rothbauer-Wanish has been working with job seekers since 2008 to develop dynamic resumes for today’s marketplace. Dr. Rothbauer-Wanish has a BBA in Management, an MBA, and a PhD in Organization and Management. Her business abilities, creative marketing techniques, and diligent approach allow her to focus on her business, Feather Communications while impacting the lives of the clients and businesses she interacts within on a daily basis.
Today’s job market requires job seekers to be effective, articulate, and concise when sending their information for potential career opportunities. From eliminating the career objective to removing the dates on your education, discover the 10 tips that can be immediately implemented to enhance your resume and score your next interview!
Top 10 Tips to Create an Effective Resume in Today’s Marketplace
- Getting organized with the information you need
- Deciding on a resume format – chronological versus functional
- Losing the objective and crafting a career summary
- How to incorporate paid and non-paid work experience
- Why being clear and concise is critical
Register NOW to get a great seat to get the “Top Ten” from Dr. Heather!
Sandy Zeiszler LinkedIn Consultant and Trainer
As a LinkedIn Strategy Consultant, Sandy is passionate about showing you how easy it is to build your professional reputation online. LinkedIn isn’t just for entrepreneurs, small businesses, corporations – it’s for job seekers! It is about building quality relationships with people all over the world.
Sandy will help you increase your visibility by sharing proven ways to transform your “just ok” Linkedin profile into a magnetic, useful career tool that showcases your best assets.
In this informative session, you will learn:
“LinkedIn Simplified: Building Credibility”
- Tips to help you stand out on LinkedIn
- Ways to identify keywords that will get you Found and Hired…FAST!
- Proven strategies for building great connections to companies you want to work for
Please join us for this valuable presentation “LinkedIn Simplified: Building Credibility”