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what to write in a profile summary
By MUKUL PRIYADARSHI (Beginner)  8 years ago   166 views
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If you have trouble writing a profile statement, choose three or four of the following statements which best describe your skills/work traits and are relevant to the position. Edit and revise statements to fit your specific abilities and personality. Do not copy word for word!
1. A born leader; inspires others to work at their highest level.
2. Able to generate enthusiasm in others.
3. Able to learn and comprehend new systems and methods quickly.
4. Ability to establish instant credibility.
5. Ability to help customers in a professional and concerned manner.
6. Ability to prioritize, delegate and motivate.
7. Ability to relate easily with all kinds of people.
8. Ability to work creatively and effectively with staff and managers.
9. Ability to work well independently and as member of a team.
10. Able to balance the need of the staff with the priorities of the institution.
11. Able to elicit trust and confidence of clients.
12. Able to focus on specific tasks, keeping overall project goals in mind.
13. Able to instill confidence in a positive treatment outcome.
14. Able to meet demanding time goals.
15. Able to oversee large projects and follow through to completion.
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A profile summary simply restates the key points of your resume, usually in a short paragraph or a few bullet points.

1. Be focused on helping an employer meet their goals. (This means that you will want to write a slightly different profile summary for each job you are trying to get.)
2. Start with the most important idea about yourself that you want to tell the hiring manager.
3. Be brief, but concise. (A few bullet points of your best skills and achievements, or a sentence or two that really tells the potential employer what you have to offer if he keeps reading).
4. Position you as the best model of whatever position, role, or industry you are trying to enter. That means you should research the position before you write your resume for it.
5. Include key words--that is, words that every person in the field or position you are trying to get will know..
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add your total qualifications and enperience
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