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STEP 1: INFORMATION GATHERING
Once you place the order, watch for an email from our Head Writer requesting information about jobs you like to apply for, key accomplishments, and any master copies of your resume.
STEP 2: DISCOVERY CALL
During the scheduled 30-minute audio recording, your coach will go over your resume and discuss your career potential, salary expectations, passions, locations, and jobs you like to apply for, as well as the percentage of travel.
STEP 3: FIRST DRAFT
Over the next 5-7 days, our Writing Team will match keywords and phrases from jobs you'd like to apply at a specific location. They will also follow the S.T.A.R format and compare your skillset with other industry professionals when preparing documents to get you more interviews.
STEP 4: DOCUMENTATION FOLLOW UP
You can go over the documents we send via email and provide feedback on any improvements (we honor up to 5 revisions). You will then have a Q/A call with our Head Writer and they will provide direction on best practices and discuss draft response timelines (24-hour turnaround).
STEP 5: FINAL REVISIONS
Once you approve all revisions, we’ll send you final drafts of each document in both Word and PDF format and finalize all changes to your LinkedIn. Our 2X Interview Guarantee we’ll give you a call two weeks out to see how your job search is going.
Client Discovery Interview
A coaching session on identifying personal goals, developing leadership skills, and planning career moves.
Q/A and professional development guidance from our coach to identify career goals through discovery.
Develop a refined list of career options by examining client skills, interests, and values through self-assessment.
Career Coach will go over the current resume and/or client career history and discuss career potential, salary expectations, passions, locations, and jobs the client like to apply, as well as the percentage of travel.
Fill out the missing information compared to job titles, location/s, and salary, and the coach will do research the night before to come up with a questionnaire for each client and record this session.
Advice the client on how to fill out the intake form on any additional information they would like to share with the writing team and discuss the next steps of the process.
Step 1: The writer will find up to 100 jobs (look at job descriptions) out of sites like Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, Zip Recruiter, and company websites, that fit the client’s expectations based on location, job titles, and salary.
Step 2: We will use the ATS (Applicant Tracking System) to match each job with the old resume or the documentation provided to identify and group keywords, phrases, topics, and lingo that are requirements for these jobs.
Step 3: The resume will be built using the keywords that are getting repeated and, in that order.
Example: - If the keyword 'Finance' is getting repeated 50 times out of 100 job descriptions and that is the one keyword that has gotten repeated that many times, then that word will be at the top in the summary section and that’s how the order will be decided. So, hiring managers and recruiters can see requirements with examples and tangible evidence in the resume.
Step 4: The writer follows the S.T.A.R interview format to meet employer requirements such as specific deliverables, measurable outcomes, results, goals, and timelines when building each section of the resume.
Step 5: The resume writer will build the resume with the following sections in a client resume:
This section will be created with personal growth aspirations, team accomplishments, organizational goals, and impact.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
We will build this section for recruiters with bitesize information like hard skills, soft skills, and relevant skills like technologies, methodologies, and terminologies so we provide the relevant information to complete their checklists to employers.
We will focus on 5 to 6 Michael Jordan type of moments out of the client’s career that would be relevant to the type of jobs the client is applying for so the hiring manager or recruiter doesn’t need to read the entire resume to see how information relevant to them.
In this section, we will add each position the client has held in chronological order and list high-level accomplishments that would match job requirements following the S.T.A.R format.
Any educational, vocational skills, or other related experiences will be added to this section.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
If there are specific licenses or certifications employers require the client to have will be listed here.
VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE AND BOARD LEVEL ENGAGEMENTS
Time spent volunteering or experience sitting in a board-level position will be included in this section.
Use an online thesaurus, MS Word spell-checker, and Grammarly when proofreading the resume.
Avoid using words that are not in circulation and proofread, carefully examining each letter of every word three times.
Cross-check all details and information sent by the client with the new resume built by reading through the client’s old resume, and any additional content sent as an email or as an attachment.
ATS (Application Tracking System) Check: We ask each client to send us job descriptions of jobs they would be interested in and we match the keywords that are missing in their resumes and work on getting to match over 80%.
S.T.A.R technique Check: We write sentences in a client resume using the since hiring managers are looking for candidates who understand S.T.A.R goals because that's how their new role is defined. S.T.A.R means each sentence must have a specific deliverable, a measurable result either as a dollar figure, percentage, or as an example. It also needs to tell the hiring manager what they have accomplished, and a result needs to be in line with the timeline to understand the task completed.
Cover Letter Building
When writing a cover letter, we the following structure:
Introduction: Carefully written to grab the hiring manager’s attention and explain why the client would want the job.
Body paragraphs: At least two paragraphs detailing relevant education, skills, work experience, and why the client is a good fit for the position.
Achievements: Detailed achievements that would be relevant to the type of jobs the client is planning to apply for.
Conclusion: A concise ending that reiterates the client’s strengths and asks the hiring manager to contact them (known as a call to action).
LinkedIn Profile Content Creation
Content will be created and optimized for the client to land on the first page of a Recruiter search on LinkedIn.
Steps by step:
Perform a search on LinkedIn based on what recruiters are searching for to find someone like the client which is location, years of experience, industry, and title.
Go over the 100+ profiles that come up on the first page under search results.
Match the client profile with these profiles by adding the keywords, phrases, topics, and lingo to fill gaps or what is missing.
LinkedIn Networking Coaching
Training on LinkedIn profile SEO and positioning client skills, capabilities, and experiences.
LinkedIn networking session on how to effectively communicate with the industry expert’s key decision-makers, and influencers.
Provide guidance with a scripted message to send out to multiple recruiters and hiring managers when connecting with them on LinkedIn.
Help identify groups and organizations where recruiters are looking to hire candidates such as our client.
Coaching on developing interpersonal communication skills and how to effectively develop a network of like-minded professionals.
Job Application Completion
We will fill out 60 applications in a month and apply for up to 2 months.
Upload 20 jobs every week to a dashboard and share access with the client.
Get the client's approval after reviewing all the job requirements and criteria.
Apply for 15 jobs each week and create a brand-new email for the client.
Our experts' will follow up with each employer/recruiters’ response via email.
Weekly report on all the jobs we applied every day, to keep track of progress.
Job Searching Coaching
The client will receive two sessions per month with a career consultant to discuss progress and each session can be a topic of choice (ex: challenges, wins, setbacks, etc.).
Sessions can also be used to set up Indeed, Monster, or Career Builder job board accounts or to focused on how a client can find connections in a certain geographic region to get referred for a job.
Standard and behavioral style interview coaching with S.T.A.R (Situation, Task, Action, and Results) story development and practice.
Interview Preparation Guide walkthrough with 50 questions companies use to screen candidates.
Step-by-step guidance on how to answer interview questions and consult clients on effective job search strategies.
2-hour audio-recorded session that consists of behavioral hypothetical and probing questions. During the first 45 minutes the interviewer (our coach) will ask 7 to 10 questions and in the last 15 minutes, the client gets to ask questions from the interviewer.
Perception and Reality
During this session, the client gets a better understanding of how they thought they were doing vs. how they did? Did they answer all the tough questions correctly? How fast did they answer each question? What was the body language like? How they value-adding is the answer they provided? How nervous/excited they got?
Here’s an example interview question: - What's the biggest mistake you made, and how you rectified it?
Salary Negotiation Coaching
Learning how to begin negotiations and provide examples of selling points to help the other side see the client’s position.
Understanding all the factors that may offset salary and how to effectively negotiate with the new employer to receive higher pay and benefits
Establish realistic expectations, learning how to research, and practice the hard conversations of salary negotiation.
Skill assessment through behavior evaluation tools such as DISC profiles which are used at many companies to measure dominance, inducement, submission, and compliance.
Ongoing training on effective communication, critical thinking, positive attitude development, teamwork, work ethics, emotional intelligence.
A course on developing interpersonal skills and steps to overcome common misconceptions in the workplace.
Coaching provided on character traits, career attributes, leadership skills, and social intelligence.
Brainstorming session on problem-solving and steps to overcome human error in the workplace.
Tips on how to boost team morale and tactics to enhance employee contributions (for managers).