1) Professional Branded Resume

The resume is a tool with one specific purpose: to win an interview. If it does what the fantasy resume did, it works. If it doesn’t, it isn’t an effective resume.

 

A resume is an advertisement, nothing more, nothing less.

A great resume doesn’t just tell them what you have done but makes the same assertion that all good ads do: If you buy this product, you will get these specific, direct benefits. It presents you in the best light. It convinces the employer that you have what it takes to be successful in this new position or career.

It is so pleasing to the eye that the reader is enticed to pick it up and read it. It “whets the appetite,” stimulates interest in meeting you and learning more about you. It inspires the prospective employer to pick up the phone and ask you to come in for an interview.

2) Strategic Cover Letter

To be considered for almost any position, you will need to write a letter of application. Such a letter introduces you, explains your purpose for writing, highlights a few of your experiences or skills, and requests an opportunity to meet personally with the potential employer.

Precisely because this letter is your introduction to an employer and because first impressions count, you should take great care to write an impressive and effective letter. Remember that the letter not only tells of your accomplishments but also reveals how effectively you can communicate.

It is also very important to realize that all your documents are consistent in presentation. Thus, a cover letter need to accompany (not supplement) the narrative in your resume.

3) LinkedIn Optimization

Your LinkedIn profile is key to your professional branding strategy. 

You are missing opportunities and networking potential each and every day that your LinkedIn profile remains a skeleton of what you offer. 

It's time to transform your under-performing LinkedIn profile into a POWERFUL career tool that spotlights your skills, experiences AND impresses your network of connections. 

We generate unique professional profile that impresses your network, builds your brand, and helps you achieve your goals. 

4) Personal Website

Our web portfolio allows you to take advantage of today’s technology by enabling prospective employers to view your portfolio as a web resume! 

A web portfolio is extremely useful. It not only gives a great first and everlasting impression, but it also effectively shows your tech-savviness. An attractive web portfolio enables you to stand out from the rest as it reflects design and media skills that are very much needed in almost any field today.

The web portfolio that we design are one of your greatest assets during a job hunt as your prospective employers will be directed to your web portfolio by merely Googling your name (ex: www.yourname.com).

 

It makes a positive impression and gives you an online visibility as well as presence. This will definitely give you an edge over the others as you will be seen as one who is willing to invest your time and energy well to come up with a very innovative resume.

5) Thank You and Follow-up Letters

Writing a thank you letter after a job interview is always a good idea. In fact, some employers think less of those interviewees who fail to follow-up promptly. 

Why are thank you letters important? The first reason to send a thank you letter is that it's just plain good manners. But there's also a self-serving purpose: a thank you note is your opportunity to get your name in front of people one last time and leave a positive impression.

Sending your resume into the job search ether—and hearing nothing—can be disheartening.

But, you don’t have to sit on pins and needles waiting for a response. If you’ve applied for a job and haven’t heard from the hiring manager in a week or two, go ahead and follow up.

 

Get a professional follow-up letter to send off to the company.

6) Interview Coaching & Interview Coaching Guide

Does any of this sound familiar?

“I wish someone could tell me exactly what I am doing wrong in these interviews.” 

“I am doing my best but I am not getting anywhere. I am starting to lose my confidence.”  

“I thought I nailed the interview, so why didn’t I get the offer? I really want to get it right next time” 

Having worked with people across multiple industries, in both private and public sectors, our Interview Coaches knows EXACTLY what it takes to get hired in a competitive job market – and we would love to help you do the same.

7) Graphic Resume

Crafting an eye-catching and memorable resume is major component of your self-promotion strategy. Your resume design needs to showcase your talent and epitomize your personal brand. It is the perfect opportunity to create a unique personal brand.

By using targeted keywords, eye-catching charts and diagrams, our graphic resume sets you apart. 

We understand how words, typography, layout and design interact to create a visual hierarchy that makes your credentials and achievements apparent to prospective employers at first glance. With us, you won’t have to worry that hiring managers won’t see the unique and creative side of you.

8) Executive Biography

Executive bios take branding to another level, linking an executive’s softer skills to their value proposition in a way that isn’t possible to emphasize in a resume. We make sure to include your executive bio in your career profile, so it’s important to have a professionally written bio that will represent you in the best light.


Purpose:

  • To reflect who you are and what you have accomplished in your career 

  • To reinforce your brand

  • To tell your career story with more personality

9) Graduate School Applications Letters

Whether you're headed to college, graduate school, an MBA program, medical school, or law school, the admissions essay is a critical part of your application package. 

Graduate and professional schools often require some sort of written statement -- often called a "statement of purpose," "personal statement," or "letter of intent"-- as a part of the application. Some statements require rather specific information--for example, the applicant's intended area of study within a graduate field. Still others are quite unstructured, leaving the applicant free to address a wide range of matters. The importance of the statement varies from school to school and from field to field.

This written statement is probably the hardest thing you will ever write. Let us help you!