Career management is about curating your career valuables
Boundaries between storing career valuables, verifying achievements, and crafting authentic career portfolios are gradually vanishing. At the same time, the need for trustworthy career documents and faster application processes is growing with constant changes and uncertainties.
The lifelong solution is a comprehensive career curation with Resyfy. Resyfy enables storing career valuables, managing a career portfolio, and abstracting an ideal selection of achievements in creating verified career documents - fast and flawless.
Career portfolios include information about who you are and examples of your work and achievements. A traditional resume is included in a career portfolio along with written and/or visual information that highlights what you have to offer.
Career Summary and Goals
A description of what you stand for (such as work ethic, organizational interests, management philosophy, etc.) and where you see yourself in two-to-five years.
Professional Philosophy/Mission Statement
A short description of the guiding principles that drive you and give you purpose.
A summary of your education, achievements, and work experience, using a chronological or functional format.
Skills, Abilities, and Marketable Qualities
A detailed examination of your skills and experience. This section should include the name of the skill area; the performance or behavior, knowledge, or personal traits that contribute to your success in that skill area; and your background and specific experiences that demonstrate your application of the skill.
List of Accomplishments
A detailed listing that highlights the major accomplishments in your career to date. Accomplishments are one of the most important elements of any good job search.
Samples of Your Work
A sampling of your best work, including reports, papers, studies, brochures, projects, presentations, etc.
Testimonials and Letters of Recommendations
A collection of any kudos you have received — from customers, clients, colleagues, past employers, professors, etc. Some experts even suggest including copies of favorable employer evaluations and reviews.
Awards and Honors
A collection of certificates of awards, honors, and scholarships.
Conference and Workshops
A list of conferences, seminars, and workshops you’ve participated in and/or attended.
Transcripts, Degrees, Licenses, and Certifications
A description of relevant courses, degrees, licenses, and certifications.
Professional Development Activities
A listing of professional associations and conferences attended – and any other professional development activities.
Professional records, awards, and badges
A listing of your professional achievements (e.g. athlete, lecturer, military), if applicable.
A description of any community service activities, volunteer or pro bono work you have completed, especially as it relates to your career.
References List: A list of three to five people (including full names, titles, addresses, and phone/e-mail) who are willing to speak about your strengths, abilities, and experience.
Transitioning from fleeting “resumes” to career curation
Today, it isn't easy to amplify your authenticity and show the world who you are with a resume.
The benefits of developing a career portfolio go beyond having a helpful tool to showcase yourself. The process of creating the portfolio is also a valuable way to prepare for networking and interviews.
Through the effort of identifying, writing about, and organizing your experience, education, skills, and accomplishments, you will be prepared to speak easily and confidently about yourself to prospective employers.
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