Asher's Bible of Executive Résumés and how to Write Them

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Ten Speed Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 554 pages
Don Asher, author of the popular OVERNIGHT series, tackles one of the hottest topics in business today: the executive r?©sum?©. From V.P. on up to C.E.O., this book provides the largest compendium of executive r?©sum?©s available to the general public. Whether he's giving hints on getting head-hunted, upgrading your current position, or launching an all-out top-level job hunt, Asher has the tricks of the trade, and the successful executive client base to back it up. Through R?©sum?© Righters, his very successful service, he has helped many, many executive-suite types (from bank presidents to advertising directors, sales leaders to legal eagles) find that elusive dream job. Packed with hints and tricks discreet enough for the executive suite, but offbeat enough to be unusually effective. Includes hard-to-find information on such high-level requirements as the narrative biography, the modified chronological r?©sum?©, and the corporate presentation.

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About the author (1997)

\Career consultant DONALD ASHER is a featured speaker at more than 100 colleges and universities every year, coast to coast. A columnist for MSN Encarta and contributor to the Wall Street Journal's CareerJournal.com and CollegeJournal.com, he divides his time between Nevada and San Francisco.

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