Your path to a
successful career

How to be a Better Leader With Executive Presence

A good leader exudes confidence, charisma and holds a professional image. They also influence and inspire others through their executive presence.  Learn more about how to be a better leader and the makeup of executive presence here

Why you Should Join Professional Associations & Alumni Organizations

Cultivating your network and pursuing professional development are critical to long-term career success. Professional organizations and alumni associations are two highly effective and beneficial resources to help you do so. Read more about why you should join professional associations & alumni organizations here

What You Need to Change on an International CV for Use in the US

There are many distinctions and nuances in the U.S. when compared to the rest of the world, and business writing is no exception. Learn about what to change in your international CV to fit into the standard U.S. resume practices here

Avoid These 5 Big Interviewing Mistakes

Putting your best foot forward when interviewing is a must, yet too many people still make obvious mistakes that can leave a lasting, negative impression. Learn the most common interviewing mistakes and how to avoid them here.

Email Etiquette Do’s and Don’ts

Whether you’re making a first impression on new clients, professional contacts and vendors, or reinforcing your reputation with colleagues, direct reports, bosses and other company stakeholders, your email etiquette matters. Learn the do’s and don’ts of proper email etiquette here. 

How to Write a Better Professional Bio

As you advance your career, knowing how to write a professional bio is an important part of your personal brand. Companies commonly use bios to showcase their executive leadership, boards of directors/advisors, committees and event speakers. Find out how to write a better professional bio here. 

The Secret To Better Networking: How To Introduce Yourself

What you say (and how) when you meet someone influences that person’s first impression of you. Read more about how to introduce yourself and make more powerful impressions when networking here.

Resume Strategists Has a New Parent Brand

As we ring in 2018, we’re excited to introduce you to Point Road Group!

Our new name and parent brand reflect our growth and the broader range of services we provide to individual and corporate clients. While Resume Strategists has strong brand equity, we’ve been doing a lot more than resumes since the company’s inception almost 15 years ago! Point Road Group broadens our impact and enhances our position as career and personal branding experts.

How Volunteering Helps Your Career

Sharing your time and talent with others isn’t just something to feel good about; volunteering pays off in different ways that ultimately can drive career advancement.

The efforts you put into volunteer activities are a worthwhile investment of time, whether you lead a professional association committee, serve on the board of a nonprofit, assist with an college alumni event, mentor students, act as a brand ambassador of a charitable organization or even roll up your sleeves on a relief project or mission.

Tips for Successful Networking

Events of almost any kind provide great opportunities to “get out there” and increase your professional visibility and enable your personal brand to come to life. Whether it’s a conference, networking event, seminar, benefit or party, these gatherings provide an environment ripe for meeting others, expanding your network, building new relationships and strengthening existing ones.

Ready to take the next steps in your career? Contact us

Resume Strategists Inc.
555 Madison Avenue, 5th Floor
(between East 55th and East 56th Streets)
New York, NY 10022

View on Google Maps ›