Executive Services

Executive Services

Why Choose Us

Amazing Resumes u0026amp; Career Coaching Services provides national and international executive resume writing and career coaching services. As part of our commitment to exceptional customer service, we also hold in-person consultations and coaching sessions with clients who live in the Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia areas.

As the first certified Master Resume Writer in the State of Maryland, Debbie Shalom provides clients with personally branded documents that showcase an executive’s unique value, strengths, capabilities, and accomplishments. She also specializes in search engine optimization (SEO) for LinkedIn profiles, executive resumes, and other branded documents. As a Subject Matter Expert (SME) with personal branding, Debbie works with executives to define and communicate their personal brands. She also leads workshops on this topic.

Executive Differentiators

  • Executives are strategic yet tactical visionaries. They know where they want to go and have the ability to get there. Personal brands and branded documents need to reflect an executive’s competitive spirit, strong business acumen, and solution-focused achievements. Developing and communicating authentic personal brands, engaging internal and external stakeholders, and minimizing risk while maximizing revenue, are some tactics executives use to advance their objectives.
  • A key component of an executive’s ability to achieve success is in the selection of effective leadership teams. C-Level executives are adept at sizing up and hiring the “right” individuals and weeding through and removing “poor” performers. Communication, people management, and emotional intelligence (empathy) are 3 critical skills executives look for when developing strong leadership teams and their resulting accomplishments should be emphasized.
  • The ability to drive transformational change and perform effectively in complex and difficult environments is a top leadership skill and needs to be highlighted on an executive resume. Receiving, synthesizing, and communicating information is crucial to executive interaction and engagement with stakeholders and Boards of Directors. According to four studies conducted by The Ken Blanchard Companies, the inappropriate use of communication is the number one mistake leaders make when working with others. Executive brands and documents should contain the results of meaningful communication and its impact on transformational change.
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