Professional CV Writing

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One of the most sought after things a career coach can offer is help with constructing a winning CV. Even those whose career is clearly mapped out will usually need one at some point within their working career. Seeking professional help for a CV can certainly be the first step towards getting assistance with bigger decisions such as a career move.


Although many industries and organisations are now using online application forms a CV is still widely used. This is often at the first stage of the selection process. A CV is not just showcasing your employment history but your skills, knowledge and experience. Your CV is the first impression that a potential employer will have of you.


Therefore, it is imperative that you get it right. It’s not showcasing each job you’ve done, but about selling yourself to the employer the best way you can. Bringing out your best qualities and skills so you get noticed. Putting words into context can be difficult, especially when you’re writing about yourself. After all it’s not only what you say but the way you say it!


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"I would highly recommend Straight Talk Coaching Consultancy and its founder Elizabeth Harding-Massey. Elizabeth worked with me on a one to one basis, helping and guiding me through the options of a career change and also assisting with updating my CV. I found the process very easy, Elizabeth was professional. She made me feel at ease in her approach making sure that I was comfortable and understood everything as we went along. Elizabeth clearly explained her role and I felt reassured that I was in very capable hands. She gave me the time I needed to process what was being said and I was free to ask questions I was unsure about. I would certainly recommend her to any future clients thinking of having career or work related coaching"
Beth Gordon