Resumes and executive biographies are both similar yet very different documents. Resumes, on one hand, are tightly packed and precise, while executive biographies are detailed descriptive accounts of one’s career. In various places where detailed information is sought, executive biographies come in handy.
Biographies can be used as Introductions for Seminars or Conferences, in Press Kits, Website Pages, About Me sections, or when these are explicitly sought by employers or people of importance.
We prepare biographies with the same expertise as resumes. Here is what our bios include:
▪ Life’s journey: A biography essentially documents your life’s journey from an objective and professional standpoint while highlighting all major milestones that you achieved.
▪ Career contour: Giving a detailed account of one’s career timeline including the places where one has worked, roles the person has been assigned, areas of expertise, all up and downs of one’s career form an important aspect of the document. They are very clearly laid out to give the employer a clear understanding of candidate’s career and suitability for the offered role.
▪ Achievements: How can one miss out on achievements while talking about career? All achievements like awards, honors, any exceptional performance or milestone in the career are astutely enmeshed with other essential aspects the bio.
▪ Education: Unlike a resume, bios don’t give a very specific and detailed account of one’s education a. However, it certainly gives an idea of person’s basic academic qualification. · Soft skills: Soft skills are as important as technical ‘know-how’. Soft skills include communication,
▪ Soft skills: Soft skills are as important as technical ‘know-how’. Soft skills include communication, problem-solving abilities, decisiveness etc. and without them, you are considered deficient. These days, recruiters have started looking for a person who has a suitable combination of both. So why not enlist them if you have them?
In a nutshell, a bio tells your story like it should be told.