Cynthia Clay

Cynthia Clay

Learning from Your Successes

Career counselors have long recommended using our accomplishments as the focus of our resumes. But accomplishments not only show what we can do for a potential employer—things like boosting profits, reducing inefficiencies, and increasing employee retention. They also show us our strengths and the unique contribution we make in our current jobs. At the same time, they bring insights on the kinds of collaborations that work for us.

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Labels: personal & career development  success factors