If you've perused our Accomplishments Section, you understand why it's important to communicate accomplishments to employers and prospective employers. If you've read our White Paper, Articulating and Communicating Your Accomplishments, you know how to express your achievements. Each communication channel, however, requires a nuanced approach to broadcasting accomplishments. This collection of resources explains those nuances and provides samples. When determining how you should tailor messages about your accomplishments in various situations, always analyze your audience -- employers, clients, admissions officers, investors, or whomever. Ensure that you understand their needs and have chosen to communicate accomplishments that connect with those needs.
This collection offers advice and samples on communicating accomplishments in:
Read more about brainstorming, tracking, and leveraging career accomplishments in Katharine Hansen's book, You Are More Accomplished Than You Think: How to Brainstorm Your Achievements for Career and Life Success.
Career and Work Accomplishments Section of Quintessential Careers
Find expert job-seeker accomplishments tools, resources, samples -- free expert advice about maximizing career accomplishments in this section of Quintessential Careers: Career-Job-Work Accomplishments Resources for Job-Seekers.