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Technical Leadership Resume Best Practices

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Does your CIO Resume Keep You up at Night?

I recently came upon an interesting article detailing many of the challenges that keep top corporate CIOs up at night. Gery Menegaz makes some great points on the many, rapidly changing pressures that CIOs face in a constantly evolving and unpredictable technology and business landscape. I'd highly recommend the article; he presents many great, solid insights from some leading CIOs on big data, cloud, BYOD, security, and the myriad other challenges that CIOs face as technology continues to rapidly transform.

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Smart CIOs and the Transformation of IT

I follow technology news and trends carefully - it's a critical part of the value that I can bring to my clients as a professional IT resume writer.

There's a lot going on it technology these days - the move to the cloud, big data, continued debates on the business value of outsourcing.

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Why Technical Leadership Resumes are Different

There's much advice on the net - good and less good - on creating the "perfect resume."

I don't, personally, believe that there is a "perfect" resume. I believe that there are a number of approaches that can work effectively for any strong candidate.

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Technical Resumes Titles - Make Your Goal Clear!

There are several strategies to ensure that your resume value proposition is absolutely clear to the reader. I discussed that one reason an IT leadership resume may not get the right calls back is that there may be an ineffective headline - or none at all. Today, I'd like to address the resume headline or branding statement. Here are a couple of options for a headline that are direct, and clearly let the hiring authority know your next career step and your current career level.

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