Are you still relying on anemic, overused phrases like “results-oriented” and “responsible for” to sell yourself in your executive resume and other career marketing communications?
Don’t fall into the trap of boilerplating your resume to read like your competitors. You and your promise of value to potential employers are unique. The words you use to describe your executive brand and value shouldn’t be generic.
Take the time to pinpoint precise words to differentiate the unique set of characteristics you have to offer that no one else does.
Read my post at Executive Career Brand to find out what the other 8 deadly resume phrases are, 10 Brand-Diluting Phrases That Can Ruin Your Executive Resume, and leave a comment, if it strikes you.