The Complete Resume and CV Writing Course: Get Your Dream Job!

$499.99

Learn how to write every line of your resume in a way that makes your resume well-rounded by showing you as a potential leader, competent in your core skills, and that you have many core skills needed for the job.

The course will also show you how to make your resume highly discoverable on job sites, and how to have a professional-looking cover letter.

The course also covers two ways of writing your resume and cover letter. The first way is in a common Word document, and the second is in Canva if you want to have a nicer visual design for your resume and cover letter.

WHAT MAKES THIS RESUME WRITING COURSE UNIQUE

This course is a complete screen-sharing walk-through so you see how I think about and write every single word and line of a resume. You will see how to put your experience and skills in their best light and the important thing is that don’t just explain it theoretically, but I show it all you on my screen so you see me making each part from scratch.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A COVER LETTER AND A RESUME

A resume tells the potential employer about your past experience. A cover letter gives you a chance to explain to the potential employer why your experience is especially relevant to their position. In this course, I’ll show you how to write a professional cover letter that convinces the potential employer to consider your resume and increase your chances of being called for an interview.

NEW SECTION IN THE COURSE ON LINKEDIN

You can use LinkedIn as your online resume because LinkedIn is one of the first websites that comes up in Google when people search for your name. I added an entire section which is a hands-on, screen-sharing walk-through of how to make every part of your LinkedIn profile act as your online resume and reinforce your online profile.

You can complete the section on how to make your LinkedIn your online resume in under 1 hour and implement the strategies to turn LinkedIn into your online resume in only an additional hour or two. After that, your LinkedIn profile will help you come across as a great professional in your industry.

Introduction to Getting Your Dream Job and How to Take this
Course

-How To Take This Course

-10 Reasons Why People Don’t Do Well in Interviews & Why
You Will Do Well!

-Attached Are Your 3 Success Journals for this Course & Why
This Will Help You

-Interview Journal Exercise #1: Let’s Find Out What Your
Weaknesses Are Right Now

Writing a resume or CV

-Outline of a resume & starting to write it together with you

-The “Objective Statement” in your resume

-Possibly using Canva for pretty resume templates

-Example of how to write an example of an objective in the
resume

-Skills section of a resume

-Starting to write the experience section of the resume

-Continuing to write the experience section and showing
leadership ability

-“Super competence” line in your resume

-Core skills resume line

-“Latest job” resume section of the skills section

-References section of your resume

-Should resume be written in first or 3rd person?

-Creative ways to get employer’s attention

-Application follow-up

-Hobbies section to make your resume stand out

-What if your competitors lie on their resume?

 

Cover letter to make your resume stand out

-Introduction to business letters

-Example of a cover letter for a resume and a job application

-Save as PDF and send the PDF version

-Making cover letter design nicer in Canva

-Basic business fonts

-Business letters and resume cover letter exercise

-Business letters and resume cover letter exercise – answer

Looking for jobs

-Introduction to job search sites

-Creating a profile on a job site – example

-Finding jobs at cool tech start-ups

-What is ATS (Applicant Tracking System) and how to make it help you

Getting past the phone screen interview

-Introduction to conducting the phone screen

-What question do you have for me?

-Full scripts for the most common phone screen questions

-Finding what to say right from the job description

-Preparing for a technical job phone screen from their job description

Job interview

-Research and getting to the interview

-More on preparing for the job interview

-Best time and day to schedule your interview

-How to answer this interview question: Do you have any questions for me?

-Pros and cons of working with recruiters

 

Basic job interview communication and building rapport

-Introduction to effective interview communication

-How to be engaging when you speak during an interview

Assertive communication for when you are at the job interview

-Assertive communication style to use during the interview

-Assertiveness definition

-Situations when it’s difficult to know when and how much to be assertive

-Not an option – you need it so you are not passive aggressive later

-Example – being assertive working from home and getting others to be quiet

-Create limiting beliefs in others

-Example of saying no with courtesy and reinforcing it with a limiting beliefs

Negotiation and salary negotiation after you have a job offer

-Introduction to negotiating using assertiveness

-Introduction to negotiating continued

-Bad-cop, good-cop negotiation technique

-B.A.T.N.A, bluffing, and when to walk away

-Assertiveness exercise

-Assertiveness exercise – answer

-Assertive communication quiz

Storytelling for your resume and the job interview

-Introduction to storytelling for job interviews and resume

-Introduction to storytelling and persuasion

-Story structure at its basic elements

-Character building in your story

-EXERCISE: Let’s take a boring story and give it human appeal

-Exercise – let’s build a story from scratch

-Introduction to show-don’t-tell for great imagery and persuasion

-Show, don’t tell on a resume

-Show, don’t tell in a job interview to help the interviewer see you at your best

-More practice for show, don’t tell

-Vocal elements to convey emotion and make the audience feel

-Personal story for an interview or at work

-Tell a great first-impression story

-Storytelling quiz

 

Using Linkedin as your online resume to impress potential
employers

-Linkedln as part of your online resume, reputation management & personal brand

-Professionally branding your 2 Linkedin images

-Updating your byline to promote your business or brand you

-How to create a nice summary for your Linkedin profile

-Linkedin Endorsements and Recommendations

-Experience, publications, and other important sections of your LinkedIn profile

-Five hundred contacts and managing your connection requests

-Fast way to get recommendations

-Your LinkedIn feed and updates

-Premium Linkedin job search options

Finding job leads and contacting them directly

-Introduction to this section

-Using FindThatLead browser extension for LinkedIn using Chrome to get emails

-Using social media to find freelancing work through hashtags

Online reputation management for when employers look you up

-Introducing online reputation management O YouTube video you can make about you O AboutMe as your online resume

-How to get featured and interviewed and have that rank in Google for your name

-Ranking your personal website or bio page O Oh, you are an author? O Ranking your Twitter account

Online reputation management for when employers look you up

-Introducing online reputation management O YouTube video you can make about you O AboutMe as your online resume

-How to get featured and interviewed and have that rank in Google for your name

-Ranking your personal website or bio page O Oh, you are an author? O Ranking your Twitter account

 

Description

What you’ll learn

  • Write a resume that attracts most employers
  • Make your resume highly discoverable by employers
  • Learn to apply to job sites and get good results
  • Use Canva to make your resume and cover letter more visually appealing
  • Walkthrough for how to write every line of your resume and cover letter
  • See how to apply to job sites and post your resume online
  • Top 1% resume writing

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