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Burn Your Resume™ provides college students with practical, how-to advice and tactics for igniting from college to career.
In spite of our title, we don’t intend for anyone to literally set flame to their resume. Rather, we want the incendiary image to drive our reader in new directions. Imagine burning your resume and then identify the image it brings to mind: something enticing, powerful and consuming, to erase the old methods and to pursue a new path with energy, focus and confidence. Burn your resume to relieve yourself of your exclusive dependence on it. Recreate it to tell your story rather than allowing it to dictate your story. We hope you will be inspired by the image and metaphor of burning your resume, and will reorient and commit your resources toward action on your own behalf.
This book will assist you in distinguishing yourself from your competition and will fuel your professional advancement from college to career.
Copyright 2011 Paul Frankenberg.
Burn Your Resume is a Trademark of Paul Frankenberg and may not be used without permission.
The Champion's Margin is a Trademark of Ethan Dunham and Paul Frankenberg and may not be used without permission.
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About the Author:
Paul Frankenberg is President, CEO and Founder of FOCUS Search Partners, a nationally recognized "Top 25" Retained Healthcare Executive Search Firm. Focus Search specializes in recruiting proven executives to lead high-growth companies. The Firm is based in Nashville, with additional locations in Atlanta, Dallas and Denver. Focused on serving portfolio companies within healthcare venture capital, private equity and leverage buyout firms, Paul has personally completed more than 300 Corporate Board, Executive and Senior Management search assignments. The Firm's team members have completed almost 700 searches. Paul earned his undergraduate degree from The University of Tennessee and his MBA from Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management. Paul is on the Owen Graduate School of Management Alumni Board and the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University Board. Paul is a published writer and is often an invited guest speaker and panelist on leadership, executive development and career-related topics.
Ethan Dunham is the VP of Organizational Development for Cogent HMG, the industry leader in developing and managing hospital medicine programs. Ethan pursued his current position at Cogent HMG because of the company's mission and its progressive stance on organizational and leadership development. In addition to Ethan's position at Cogent HMG, he is a visiting lecturer in Human & Organizational Development at Vanderbilt, which affords him first-hand knowledge of the needs of impending graduates. An educator who has studied and contributed to leadership development for over 10 years, Ethan gained valuable classroom experience as a teacher in MN, RI and MA, while also working with nationally-respected education leaders on a broad range of research projects, curriculum design efforts and policy development initiatives. Fascination with the intersection of leadership, education and business drove Ethan to pursue a dual-degree. He earned an Ed.M. from Harvard University's Graduate School of Education and he earned an MBA with honors from Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management. Throughout graduate school, Ethan involved himself with leadership development programs, community projects and organizations ranging from local charter schools to a Fortune 100 company. Ethan is currently serving the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Middle TN as President of the Young Leaders Board.
Title: Burn Your Resume TM: How to Ignite Your ...
Publisher: Paul Frankenberg
Publication Date: 2012
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