By the end of this CAP, you will be able to create an effective resume that...
- Positions you for new executive positions (C-Suite, board roles)
- Tells your professional story using strong executive language
- Attracts recruiters within first 7 seconds
- Gets pas an Applicant Tracking System (ATS)
This CAP is for you if...
- You are actively searching for a new leadership role
- You are planning for a transition in the future
- You want to be prepared for new opportunities that may come your way
Growth & Learning
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The 6 Principles of Influence Defined
Cialdini has identified six core principles (reciprocity, scarcity, authority, commitment, liking and social proof) of influence. The main message that he delivers is that if you understand these six principles, then you can use them to your advantage when trying to persuade others to take a specific action or buy a specific product.
Driving Influence Through Collaboration
Your resume is arguably the most important piece of paper you'll own. Done right and it can open doors for you. Done wrong and your resume goes straight to the "resume black hole." This article provides a breakdown of each required section of a resume and provides relevant, executive level examples.
Discussion Guide: Harnessing Your Storytelling Strategy
Pursing a healthcare executive role as a Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Chief Information Officer, or Medical Affairs Leader? This article guides you to develop a stand-out resume for the industry.
Driving Influence Through Toolmaking
Most resume bullet points start with the same tired words hiring managers have read over and over. Use this list of strong, compelling action verbs to catch hiring manager's eyes.
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How to Speak so that People Want to Listen
Have you ever felt like you're talking, but nobody is listening? Here's Julian Treasure to help you fix that. As the sound expert demonstrates some useful vocal exercises and shares tips on how to speak with empathy, he offers his vision for a sonorous world of listening and understanding.
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Leadership vs. Authority
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The Art of Quiet Influence
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What Influence Looks Like
Watch first lady Michelle Obama’s full speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. This speech is a very powerful example of how someone demonstrates the art of influence through public speaking. You don't have to agree with her in order to see and feel the power of her presentation and conviction.
Influence without Authority
Put Into Practice
It’s time to put what you learned into real-world practice. Here are a few steps you can take
Creating your Influence Plan
Creatint e Checklist and identify opportunities for improvement.
Mapping Your Influence Strategy
Use the HTN Writing Effective Bullet Points worksheet to craft strong, evidence-based resume bullet pointsWriting Effective Bullet Points worksheet
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