The Exclusive Career Coach

Updated: 10 Apr 2024 • 314 episodes
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The Exclusive Career Coach is presented by Lesa Edwards, CEO of Exclusive Career Coaching. This weekly podcast covers all things career management including job search strategies, interviewing tips, networking tools, maximizing LinkedIn, salary negotiations, and managing your mindset around your career.

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I want to talk with you today about what SHOULD and SHOULDN’T be on your resume in 2024. Like many of the topics I bring to the podcast, this one comes from resumes I’ve seen lately with very old-school information.   What Should Be Included -Branding statement & Summary (which I covered in episode #314 last week).   -

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I want to talk with you today about how to approach your resume summary. I will also be talking a lot about personal branding in this section.   If you are new to this concept, the resume summary goes “above the fold” on page 1 of your resume – after your name and contact information, before your Experience section.  

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Over the years, a number of people have reached out to me with concerns about their resume – in some cases, resumes I wrote for them.   They went to a website that offered a free resume critique and got back harsh criticism that worried them.   Here’s what’s going on: Larger, so-called “resume mills” have software they

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Today’s topic is how to become a thought leader on LinkedIn. This is something I work with many of my mid- and upper-level clients on and I wanted to share some of that work with you in this episode.   Let’s start with the obvious: If you want to become a thought leader on LinkedIn, you need a complete, professional, a

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Here’s the scenario: You’ve been promoted in your current unit. You are now managing people who used to be your peers – at least one of whom may have also applied for the promotion.   How do you transition from a colleague to a manager? This can happen as you move from an individual contributor to a first-time manager,

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I want to start by being clear: This is a topic I’ve covered before. I’m covering it again because, based on the resumes that come to me for consults, ya’ll haven’t gotten the message yet.   In addition to touching on this topic in several episodes, I specifically covered job duties and achievements in episode #174. I’

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