Destacar por el formato o por el contenido | Consulta para consultores en RRHH

Tener un formato adecuado es un primer paso haciendo un CV atractivo. ¿Pero cual es el formato adecuado? Como diseñador gráfico esta claro que quieres enseñar tus calidades y tus cualificaciones ya con el CV. En este caso quizás puedes también añadir ejemplos de tus obras en algo parecido a un sedcard, lo que usan los modelos. Pero creo que la mayoría de nosotros no quiere trabajar como diseñador gráfico. Entonces, ¿cómo hacerlo mejor?

Desde mi punto de vista haca falta un formato adaptado a la industria y un contenido adaptado a las exigencias de un puesto, una industria o por ejemplo una empresa.

Entonces hay que reflexionar bien cuales son las exigencias del puesto de interés. Es un trabajo que necesita un poco de tiempo. ¿Cuales son las exigencias “duras” (hard facts) (formación, experiencia, certificados,…) y exigencias “suaves” (soft facts) (características del candidato)?
Con esto hecho se puede elaborar un CV adaptado a las exigencias del puesto usando un formato bien estructurado, preciso, fácil de leer, al grano, con espacio a un lado para tomar notas, ….
Y hablando de la foto, que se ponga una foto con por lo menos una pequeña sonrisa y ropa adecuada para el puesto.

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Buenos días a todos,
Últimamente se ve muchos CV’s muy bonitos, bien diseñados y “modernos”. Casi ya se puede hablar de obras de diseño.
Me pregunto si, aparte de ser bonito, un esfuerzo tan grande en el diseño vale la pena.
Sabemos todos que el CV es casi la única herramienta para pasar el primer obstáculo o filtro en el proceso de selección: llamar atención y atraer. Un diseño/formato muy bonito con colores diferentes, posicionamiento de la información de una manera diferente, diferentes letras, iconos etc. va a llamar la atención.
Y después? Leer más “Destacar por el formato o por el contenido | Consulta para consultores en RRHH”

Name Your Price

What are you trying to get?

A break?
A job?
A book deal?
A feeling of control?
Of power?
Of peace?
More money?
More love?
More fame?
What?

Okay. Another one:


by Tamsen McMahon
http://www.brasstackthinking.com/2011/01/name-your-price/

I have a question for you:

What are you trying to get?

A break?
A job?
A book deal?
A feeling of control?
Of power?
Of peace?
More money?
More love?
More fame?
What?

Okay. Another one: Leer más “Name Your Price”

Are You Dating Your Client?

The other day I realized that the relationships that I have been developing with my clients are similar to what I remember of the dating world. Of course, it’s been over 20 years since I was allowed to date anyone other than my wife, but from what I can recall, the similarities are there. Curse her and her “no dating” rule!

What kind of relationship are you in with your clients?

Flirting – You’re interested in each other, but haven’t made a commitment to do anything yet. Perhaps they are currently committed to another, but that relationship is struggling and you have an opportunity to provide this client with something fresh. You are regularly searching for a reason to call them, to get their attention, in hopes of creating that first date project.

Dating – You’ve been working with a new client and you are still trying to impress them at every opportunity. You aren’t exclusive yet, but you both like the work that has been produced and don’t see any reason to stray. You are looking forward to their calls, and they readily answer yours.

Married – You know what your client likes and dislikes, and you know how to ask in order to meet your creative or budgetary needs. You are mutually exclusive – you don’t do any work for their competitors, and they only use you for projects within your skill set. You might have had a few fights, but the relationship is strong, and you are fiercely protective of their business. You are seeing your creative projects grow over time, and the affect they are having on the business is positive.


The other day I realized that the relationships that I have been developing with my clients are similar to what I remember of the dating world.  Of course, it’s been over 20 years since I was allowed to date anyone other than my wife, but from what I can recall, the similarities are there.  Curse her and her “no dating” rule!

What kind of relationship are you in with your clients?

Flirting – You’re interested in each other, but haven’t made a commitment to do anything yet.  Perhaps they are currently committed to another, but that relationship is struggling and you have an opportunity to provide this client with something fresh.  You are regularly searching for a reason to call them, to get their attention, in hopes of creating that first date project.

Dating – You’ve been working with a new client and you are still trying to impress them at every opportunity.  You aren’t exclusive yet, but you both like the work that has been produced and don’t see any reason to stray.  You are looking forward to their calls, and they readily answer yours.

Married – You know what your client likes and dislikes, and you know how to ask in order to meet your creative or budgetary needs.  You are mutually exclusive – you don’t do any work for their competitors, and they only use you for projects within your skill set.  You might have had a few fights, but the relationship is strong, and you are fiercely protective of their business.  You are seeing your creative projects grow over time, and the affect they are having on the business is positive. Leer más “Are You Dating Your Client?”