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Monday, November 20, 2017

32 Words And Phrases That You Can Use On Your Resume To Help You Get The Job


Any  person who aspire to get any given job isn't just being able to answer yes to the question, "Can he or she do the baseline requirements of this role?" Of course, it needs to be affirmed. But, in all instances, the top candidates are those who can render a solid yes to that question. So the one who gets the job is  the one who comes across as a true innovator and powerhouse. It's the one who looks like he or she could bring the team in the right direction with flying colors. 1. Spearheaded 2. Pioneered 3. Ignited 4. Piloted 5. Transformed 6. Revitalized 7. Modernized 8. Optimized Not every leadership role requires that you deal with budgets and money, but most of them will. In most organizations, managers (and directors, and VPs and C-level leaders) have budget accountability, quota accountability, or are working to performance metrics tied to the moolah. Given this, you've got to be able to swiftly convey that you're strategic, disciplined and smart when it comes to fiscal matters. 9. Budgeted 10. Cut costs 11. Drove growth 12. Invested 13. Reduced 14. Negotiated 15. P&L Accountability If you're working to land a leadership role, a key aspect of your job will likely involve inspiring and developing teams and the people on those teams. Again, you're moving past the point at which the "stuff" you know how to do matters the most. Now it's time to showcase your ability to rally others to pull off remarkable things. 16. Coached 17. Mentored 18. Supported 19. Shaped 20. Ignited 21. Motivated 22. Uplifted 23. Advocated 24. United 25. Galvanized 26. We (Remember, folks, there's no ‘I' in team.) {INSERT 2-3 PARAGRAPHS OR 3 IMAGES HERE} Sponsored Links {INSERT 2-3 PARAGRAPHS HERE} The best leaders aren't just astute financial managers and strong people developers. They're also most often among the more influential people within an organization. Simply put: They know how to get people to do what they want them to do, whether that's team members, stakeholders from other business areas or departments, or direct customers. When interviewing, you want to articulate very quickly that you're someone people stop and pay attention to (in a good way) and go along with your ideas and strategies. 27. Negotiated 28. Convinced 29. Won 30. Gained buy-in 31. Prompted 32. Mobilized 33. Spurred 34. Propelled Always remember that words matter. They matter a lot. Using the right one (in the right context) can help you convey that you've got the chops, the polish, and the charisma to light the world on fire.
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Any  person who aspire to get any given job isn't just being able to answer yes to the question, "Can he or she do the baseline requirements of this role?" Of course, it needs to be affirmed. But, in all instances, the top candidates are those who can render a solid yes to that question.
So the one who gets the job is  the one who comes across as a true innovator and powerhouse. It's the one who looks like he or she could bring the team in the right direction with flying colors.
Any  person who aspire to get any given job isn't just being able to answer yes to the question, "Can he or she do the baseline requirements of this role?" Of course, it needs to be affirmed. But, in all instances, the top candidates are those who can render a solid yes to that question. So the one who gets the job is  the one who comes across as a true innovator and powerhouse. It's the one who looks like he or she could bring the team in the right direction with flying colors.  1. Spearheaded 2. Pioneered 3. Ignited 4. Piloted 5. Transformed 6. Revitalized 7. Modernized 8. Optimized Not every leadership role requires that you deal with budgets and money, but most of them will. Given this, you've got to be able to swiftly convey that you're strategic, disciplined and smart when it comes to financial matters.  9. Budgeted 10. Cut costs 11. Drove growth 12. Invested 13. Reduced 14. Negotiated 15. P&L Accountability If you're working for a leadership role, a key aspect of your job will most probably involve inspiring and developing teams and the people on those teams. Now it's time to showcase your ability to rally others to pull off remarkable things.  16. Coached 17. Mentored 18. Supported 19. Shaped 20. Motivated 21. Uplifted 22. Advocated 23. United 24. Galvanized  25.We (Remember, folks, there's no ‘I' in team.) Sponsored Links The best leaders are also the more influential people within an organization. They know how to get people to do what they want them to do, whether that's team members, stakeholders from other business areas or departments, or direct customers. When interviewing, you want to articulate very quickly that you're someone who people listen to and go along with your ideas and strategies.   26. Convinced 27. Won 28. Gained buy-in 29. Prompted 30.  Mobilized 31.  Spurred 32.Propelled Remember that words matter. They matter a lot. Using right words in the right context can help you convey that you are the right person for the job. Advertisement Read More:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
1. Spearheaded

2. Pioneered

3. Ignited

4. Piloted

5. Transformed

6. Revitalized

7. Modernized

8. Optimized
Not every leadership role requires that you deal with budgets and money, but most of them will.
Given this, you've got to be able to swiftly convey that you're strategic, disciplined and smart when it comes to financial matters.
Any  person who aspire to get any given job isn't just being able to answer yes to the question, "Can he or she do the baseline requirements of this role?" Of course, it needs to be affirmed. But, in all instances, the top candidates are those who can render a solid yes to that question. So the one who gets the job is  the one who comes across as a true innovator and powerhouse. It's the one who looks like he or she could bring the team in the right direction with flying colors.  1. Spearheaded 2. Pioneered 3. Ignited 4. Piloted 5. Transformed 6. Revitalized 7. Modernized 8. Optimized Not every leadership role requires that you deal with budgets and money, but most of them will. Given this, you've got to be able to swiftly convey that you're strategic, disciplined and smart when it comes to financial matters.  9. Budgeted 10. Cut costs 11. Drove growth 12. Invested 13. Reduced 14. Negotiated 15. P&L Accountability If you're working for a leadership role, a key aspect of your job will most probably involve inspiring and developing teams and the people on those teams. Now it's time to showcase your ability to rally others to pull off remarkable things.  16. Coached 17. Mentored 18. Supported 19. Shaped 20. Motivated 21. Uplifted 22. Advocated 23. United 24. Galvanized  25.We (Remember, folks, there's no ‘I' in team.) Sponsored Links The best leaders are also the more influential people within an organization. They know how to get people to do what they want them to do, whether that's team members, stakeholders from other business areas or departments, or direct customers. When interviewing, you want to articulate very quickly that you're someone who people listen to and go along with your ideas and strategies.   26. Convinced 27. Won 28. Gained buy-in 29. Prompted 30.  Mobilized 31.  Spurred 32.Propelled Remember that words matter. They matter a lot. Using right words in the right context can help you convey that you are the right person for the job. Advertisement Read More:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
9. Budgeted

10. Cut costs

11. Drove growth

12. Invested

13. Reduced

14. Negotiated

15. P&L Accountability
If you're working for a leadership role, a key aspect of your job will most probably involve inspiring and developing teams and the people on those teams. Now it's time to showcase your ability to rally others to pull off remarkable things.
Any  person who aspire to get any given job isn't just being able to answer yes to the question, "Can he or she do the baseline requirements of this role?" Of course, it needs to be affirmed. But, in all instances, the top candidates are those who can render a solid yes to that question. So the one who gets the job is  the one who comes across as a true innovator and powerhouse. It's the one who looks like he or she could bring the team in the right direction with flying colors.  1. Spearheaded 2. Pioneered 3. Ignited 4. Piloted 5. Transformed 6. Revitalized 7. Modernized 8. Optimized Not every leadership role requires that you deal with budgets and money, but most of them will. Given this, you've got to be able to swiftly convey that you're strategic, disciplined and smart when it comes to financial matters.  9. Budgeted 10. Cut costs 11. Drove growth 12. Invested 13. Reduced 14. Negotiated 15. P&L Accountability If you're working for a leadership role, a key aspect of your job will most probably involve inspiring and developing teams and the people on those teams. Now it's time to showcase your ability to rally others to pull off remarkable things.  16. Coached 17. Mentored 18. Supported 19. Shaped 20. Motivated 21. Uplifted 22. Advocated 23. United 24. Galvanized  25.We (Remember, folks, there's no ‘I' in team.) Sponsored Links The best leaders are also the more influential people within an organization. They know how to get people to do what they want them to do, whether that's team members, stakeholders from other business areas or departments, or direct customers. When interviewing, you want to articulate very quickly that you're someone who people listen to and go along with your ideas and strategies.   26. Convinced 27. Won 28. Gained buy-in 29. Prompted 30.  Mobilized 31.  Spurred 32.Propelled Remember that words matter. They matter a lot. Using right words in the right context can help you convey that you are the right person for the job. Advertisement Read More:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
16. Coached

17. Mentored

18. Supported

19. Shaped

20. Motivated

21. Uplifted

22. Advocated

23. United

24. Galvanized

25.We (Remember, folks, there's no ‘I' in team.)
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The best leaders are also the more influential people within an organization. They know how to get people to do what they want them to do, whether that's team members, stakeholders from other business areas or departments, or direct customers.
When interviewing, you want to articulate very quickly that you're someone who people listen to and go along with your ideas and strategies.
Any  person who aspire to get any given job isn't just being able to answer yes to the question, "Can he or she do the baseline requirements of this role?" Of course, it needs to be affirmed. But, in all instances, the top candidates are those who can render a solid yes to that question. So the one who gets the job is  the one who comes across as a true innovator and powerhouse. It's the one who looks like he or she could bring the team in the right direction with flying colors.  1. Spearheaded 2. Pioneered 3. Ignited 4. Piloted 5. Transformed 6. Revitalized 7. Modernized 8. Optimized Not every leadership role requires that you deal with budgets and money, but most of them will. Given this, you've got to be able to swiftly convey that you're strategic, disciplined and smart when it comes to financial matters.  9. Budgeted 10. Cut costs 11. Drove growth 12. Invested 13. Reduced 14. Negotiated 15. P&L Accountability If you're working for a leadership role, a key aspect of your job will most probably involve inspiring and developing teams and the people on those teams. Now it's time to showcase your ability to rally others to pull off remarkable things.  16. Coached 17. Mentored 18. Supported 19. Shaped 20. Motivated 21. Uplifted 22. Advocated 23. United 24. Galvanized  25.We (Remember, folks, there's no ‘I' in team.) Sponsored Links The best leaders are also the more influential people within an organization. They know how to get people to do what they want them to do, whether that's team members, stakeholders from other business areas or departments, or direct customers. When interviewing, you want to articulate very quickly that you're someone who people listen to and go along with your ideas and strategies.   26. Convinced 27. Won 28. Gained buy-in 29. Prompted 30.  Mobilized 31.  Spurred 32.Propelled Remember that words matter. They matter a lot. Using right words in the right context can help you convey that you are the right person for the job. Advertisement Read More:        ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
26. Convinced

27. Won

28. Gained buy-in

29. Prompted

30. Mobilized

31. Spurred

32.Propelled
Remember that words matter. They matter a lot. Using right words in the right context can help you convey that you are the right person for the job.
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