Have a Better Resume than the Other Candidate

The resume is the ultimate self-marketing tool, and yet, when was last time its structure was reinvented in response to structural changes in the job market?

The only indicator a hiring manager has of your knowledge, skills and abilities is her perception of what those abilities are. While what you know is important, what the hiring manager perceives you know remains as the only indicator at her disposal.

We spend small fortunes on university degrees to gain skill acquisition while the resume – and its LinkedIn counterpart – remains as the more important vehicle to account for how potential employers & recruiters perceive you.

In this webinar, you will learn resume techniques based upon Information Theory & Interdisciplinary Epistemology. We will represent your resume and deconstruct its individual bullets as boundary objects using pedagogy in one discipline within the context of another. Adopting heuristics to resume structure, we will also create mental shortcuts recruiters can use to ease their cognitive load of making a hiring decision.

Your resume is a self-promotional marketing tool that is underutilized when candidates treat it as a summary of experiences instead of a document accurately reflecting how the financial value you add to the firm exceeds the financial value of your remuneration.

  • Leverage information theory techniques because resumes are the epitome of potential information transfer.
  • Use Information Theory to increase the gravitas of the words you choose.
  • Align resume format against how recruiters scan resumes.
  • Learn techniques to improve clarity of each resume bullet.
  • Link resume bullets to organizational metrics & financial outcomes.
  • View your resume as a real estate broker views a neighborhood.
  • View each resume bullet as Hollywood views the way movie posters market their movies.

Why hire me to revamp your resume when you can listen to this webinar and do it yourself!

Vincent Suppa works with startups and investors and teaches graduate courses at New York University. His email is suppa@suppa.org.

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