Did you realize that nearly all hiring managers pre-rank candidates
before they’ve interviewed even one? If you’re the top candidate before
interviews, then it’s basically your job to lose.
So how can you position yourself as the top candidate?
It takes a lot of planning, and takes into account all 4 audiences of your resume. Check out the post on 4 audiences to see how to write for all your audiences. Why? If you don’t write for the database or HR, then your resume won’t get seen by the hiring manager. That makes it pretty tough to be the top candidate.
But let’s imagine you’ve successfully written for the Database and for HR, and your resume is in the pile for review on the Hiring Manager’s desk. How do you get to the #1 spot on that pile, before they’ve talked to you?
Here are 6 Tactics:
Tactics #1 - 3 To Make You The Top Dog
Tactics #4 - 6 To Make You The Top Dog
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