By popular demand, Bridget is back with even more great advice - this time for job-seekers! They say that you never get a second chance to make a first impression, and your résumé is the first thing hiring managers will see. So how can you make sure that yours is striking the right note?...
By popular demand, Bridget is back with even more great advice - this time for job-seekers! They say that you never get a second chance to make a first impression, and your résumé is the first thing hiring managers will see. So how can you make sure that yours is striking the right note? Professional résumé reviewers are everywhere, but such services are NOT cheap. Take advantage of this free event to get Bridget’s expert advice and make sure you stand out right from the start!
During this chat you’ll learn:
Why LinkedIn mirroring is so important
How to relevantly include the hobbies, interests, & extras that make you unique
The best layouts and templates to build on for a solid first impression
Entrepreneurial in mind and spirit, collaborative in nature, a brand ambassador always. With over ten years’ experience as a Corporate, Full-Life Cycle Recruiter in Human Resources reporting into C-Suite Leadership and partnering with internal clients, I have sourced, hired and retained all levels of employees in areas of Design, Content, Strategy + Communications and Human Resources in advertising, marketing, public relations, and the pharmaceutical sector.
I have written and lectured on “How to Brand Yourself as a Professional” at Fordham University, The New School, Omnicom Enrichment, FindSpark, Transform (UK) and NYU Stern.
Additionally, I am a national Storyteller and Storytelling Coach whose work has been featured in numerous shows and podcasts including; The Moth, Risk, How I Learned, Yum’s the Word, The Story Collider. I also host a podcast called, Keepin’ it Real with Bridget O’Neill, in partnership with WNPR’s WSHU, where I interview the top Storytellers in the industry.
Overall, my passion is people and interviewing is my entry into learning about another person on a daily basis. Through a two-way conversation, I can learn and connect with the interviewee and thus help guide and inspire them to own, hone and honor their own unique strength or voice which they can translate into a constructive conversation with a potential employer/employee match.