Expected OutcomesBy 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 the first 7 seconds
- Gets past an Applicant Tracking Systems (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
We’ve done the research so you don’t have to. Explore these valuable resources from the best experts in the field
How to Write an Executive Resume That Works
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.
How to Develop a Strong Healthcare Executive Resume
Don't limit your resume to mere descriptions of your achievements. Instead, gather and track quantifiable proof of your performance as a healthcare leader.
Top Healthcare Resume
Do's and Don'ts
On average, potential employers only spend about six seconds reviewing a resume. Because of that, making a good first impression is more crucial than ever.
This article offers a list of fundamental healthcare resume do’s and don’ts that will take your resume to the next level and set you up for success.
185+ Action Verbs That Will Impress Hiring Managers
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.
This article provides a comprehensive list of resume action verbs to make each of your professional accomplishments stand out.
How to Write Resume Bullets That Get Interviews
Impactful, result-based bullet points are necessary to draw any recruiter's eye.
This article provides a framework to ensure each of your bullet points is succinct, demonstrates impact, and highlights your experience in an effective way.
6 Healthcare Executive Resume Tips to Land the Interviews You Want
Developing a branded executive resume, that differs from the medical CV, can improve your job search results to help you land that coveted healthcare executive position in pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries.
This article offers healthcare resume and job search tips will help you obtain the results you seek.
Leverage Your Humanity Talent Network Membership
HTN has tools and resources that can help you achieve your objectives in this CAP
Receive curated opportunities and introductions based upon your expertise and personal preferences.
- Executive-level roles
- Board positions
- Consulting engagements
- Investor introductions
- Speaking opportunities
HTN "Collectives" enable deep engagement with women & people of color who are functional and specialty area SMEs.
- Chief Financial Officers
- Chief Commercial Officers
- Chief Medical Officers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Chief Innovation Officers
Interactive events led by industry experts to help leaders navigate professional opportunities, transitions and challenges.
- Career Studios
- Roundtable Discussions
- Salon Dinners
- Annual Summit Events
Put it into Practice
It’s time to put what you learned into real-world practice. Here are a few steps you can take
Connect with an ECS
Connect with your Executive Career Strategist to discuss your resume and ensure your document effectively conveys your professional story.
Connect With a Coach
Each member has access to an Executive Career Strategist who is tasked with helping you achieve your professional goals.
Connect with an Executive Career Strategist to...
- Discuss the target audience for your resume and how the resume addresses the key messages they are seeking
- Seek high-level feedback on your resume.
- Obtain help on a specific element of your resume.
- Practice succinct stories for your interview that speak to the accomplishments in your resume.