Recruitment Blunders – Are you selling yourself short?


In a climate where talented professionals are many and the opportunities for career growth are very few, we seek various methods to get ourselves noticed by organisations we aspire to work for. Whether it’s cold calling, reaching out to prospective hiring managers on LinkedIn, or attending networking events to pitch yourself. Professionals are going beyond the job boards and company career job portals to differentiate themselves from the competition.

Now there is absolutely nothing wrong with being innovative in your job search, in fact I actually applaud it. However if you want to be noticed for all the right reasons. there are certain innovative job hunting traits that one should avoid:

Bulk CV Sending: Sending your CV to 8, 9, or even 10 recipients in one email doesn’t really convey a high level of professionalism. You lose your exclusivity as a valuable candidate. No consultancy, in-house recruiter, or hiring manager wants to feel 2nd, 3rd, 4th or even 5th best.

If you want to work with a consultancy to secure your next role, do your research on the best consultancy that you feel will work best for you. Consider the sectors/roles they recruit for, their candidate engagement level, and their credibility.

If you want to approach an organisation directly, do some digging; Find out who handles the recruitment on a local (in-country) or regional level. ( for example EMEA, or West, East, or Southern Africa) In some organisations it’s the HR Manager that oversees the recruitment locally and in others, they have dedicated recruitment teams who look after a region, (it does vary from company to company) Send them individual messages expressing your interest in working for their organisation and your suitability if you are applying for a specific position.

Applying for the same position several times: This gets you noticed all for the wrong reasons. Making multiple applications doesn’t make your CV look any different from the first time you applied, What applicants need to understand is that hiring managers receive hundreds of applications and it is very time consuming to go through them and select the candidates that seem best suited to be shortlisted. Seeing 7 applications from one person doesn’t help speed the process up. What you should be focusing on is ensuring that you capabilities, competencies and transferable skills are well conveyed in your CV so that you will be noticed for all the RIGHT reasons (even when you apply once).

Applying for jobs that do not fit your Skill Set: Soft skills that are transferable but skills that are acquired from working in a specific sector are not. For example, Project Management skills are transferable, and can be applied to a role in any sector. Working as a Paediatric Doctor and then applying for a Civil Engineer job is not a transferable skill because they are specialists.

Don’t just send your CV to any role advertised to get noticed, unless an organisation doesn’t have a talent pool in place ( a place where they keep talented professionals for possible upcoming vacancies) it will actually go unnoticed because you do not fit the bill for what they are currently looking for.

Salutations: In our very diversified corporate world, you need to be careful about how you address people, especially when writing a cover letter or introductory email. Not every hiring manager is a man “Dear Sir,” not everyone is married “Dear Mrs” and not everyone likes to be addressed as “Ma” or “Maam” This is the first line (the attention grabber of every correspondence) so how you start means a lot.

Open your letter/message with Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening (name) or To whom this may concern or to the Hiring Manager or HR Department. This is a more universal approach because you are not discriminating against any gender and you’re not assuming anybody’s marital status.

The market is very competitive, the growth of talent is increasing with professionals gaining diversified experience and furthering their education by obtaining a specialist accreditation to differentiate themselves.

Even the smallest details are taken into account when hiring managers are shortlisting candidates for a position. Someone can have the same experience, educated to the same level, obtained the same accreditation but the deciding factor can be as a result of your written communication and how you can applied yourself during the initial stages of the recruitment process.

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The Art of Selling - How to sell anything

The Art of Selling - How to sell anything

The Art of Selling

Selling is a fundamental art form in place to drive business growth. It is one of the major value exchange points businesses need to be sustainable and to add value to society. An expert sales person is all rounded and proficient at networking, persuading and converting prospects into clients.  It has become increasingly simpler to train a proficient, productive and prolific sales team on how to sell anything with Transquisite Consulting. We are of the perspective that sales needs not be a herculean task if it is viewed from the angle of value exchange. The perspective a client is not doing the salesperson a favor as both are ideally solving each other’s problems mutually. That is, as easy as it is, sales is really an exchange – an expert getting paid to or for solving a client’s problem.

We have trained highly productive sales units who are gunning nine figures for their firms. We have trained sales teams in Real Estate, Investing, Banking and Finance, Information Technology, Agriculture and the likes. The fantastic principle about sales is that once you know the steps  and strategies to selling, you can apply the technique in selling just about anything . You can contact Transquisite Consulting to get a free appraisal of your sales team. We are interested in helping and guiding your company and indeed sales team to land bigger clients 

To guide you in your quest for more sales knowledge, here are a few nuggets to help you land your first mega sale. If you require indepth practical, tested and proven steps to landing big clients, Click the contact us button above . Let us set you up to achieve mega and recurring sales.

How To Sell Anything

The Art of Selling
Selling starts with a smile

1. They Evaluate You First                               

The first thing you are selling is yourself. Creating an irresistible and inviting impression has never been more fundamental to knocking off initial sales barriers and biases. Set aside the product or service for a second – If whoever you are selling to does not like you, they are not going to pay attention to you. Whether you have spoken before or not, it is important to keep in mind that before anybody will be willing to hand over their hard-earned money, they have got to like you the salesperson just as much as they like the product that you are selling. It goes a long way to take a little time to get to know your customer and let them get to know you before pitching. Make them laugh if you can by telling them a quick story; and overall simply let your personality shine. If you can make your customer see you as a person and perhaps even a friend rather than just someone who is trying to sell something to them, they will be far more inclined to buy something from you. Finally, be the salesperson you would buy something from and make sure you know the product and present yourself well.

2.  Listen More, Talk Less.

One key attribute of a good salesperson is that they listen to their prospect. Nothing kills sales more than a salesperson who consistently out talks his/her prospect. Pay attention to the clients’ needs from the start and present accordingly. To recap, it is important to note that sales is more about listening to a potential client to understand their personalities, challenges and how your product can provide a possible solution. In fact, just 20 percent of the interaction should be you talking, and 80 percent reserved for listening.

3. Research Your Clients

Before you are able to meet the needs of your client and craft your sales pitch to target them as effectively as possible, you need to know as much as you can about the person you are selling to. A very common mistake some salespeople make is trying to sell anything to anyone. There is just one problem with this approach and that is the varying interests of clients. A lot must be considered beforehand. Specific details such as age, financial capability, public status, previous interests, marital status, number of kids, etc. must be researched and considered before time. Unsurprisingly, no amount of researched information is too much information about clients as they often come in handy in the course of engaging the client. Doing a background research also helps in prospecting as these details often suffice when developing an ideal customer avatar. You are much likely to get that sale if your client is able to place your product comfortably in their day to day lives and foresee the role of your product in bettering their life. Knowing as much as possible about who you are selling to before you ever begin your sales pitch is essential if you want that sales pitch to be as effective as possible.

4. Know Your Client’s Needs

Another core pre-requisite to selling is having a firm knowledge of your client’s needs and how to perfectly meet those needs as and when there is that need. It helps to pay attention to a client’s complaints or why they called. They would most often get in touch because of a specific pain or problem they need solved. It pays to listen attentively so as to pick up on those hints. Sales occurs at the point where a service provider is clear on the core needs of its niche audience and how the product or services provided meets with the needs of these clients. Building a sales pitch around this further helps the selling process. Please see recommended visual media to have a clearer insight as to the ideal selling principles

5. Keep It Short and Simple – KISS

Nobody loves long talk sessions let alone long sales pitches. Statistics have shown that a lot of people dislike being sold a product or service. Deductions from these statistics would further buttress the perspective that long sales pitches can spook a client and change a buyer to a no buyer. Try as much as possible to follow the KISS methodology – keep it short and simple. Be certain that you are pitching to the right prospect then go ahead and tell them what the product is, how they benefit from it, who it worked marvelously for, how just a copy is left and the client at that moment is fortunate to take advantage of the last offer left.

6. Focus the Conversation Solely Around Your Prospect.

Ideally you want to ensure you keep your prospect talking. In keeping your prospect talking, the focus should more than often be centered around the client’s major pain points, how debilitating it is to business or to whatever the subject of the conversation is. The conversation will ideally make more sense when you begin to introduce the product or service, the benefits as aligned with the needs and problems of the clients, how you were able to solve that problem for big client A, B and C and how competition Q and Y just called for the same service. In offering your client a platform to express, you are positioned to have a clearer and fuller picture of things and how best to address the problem in line with the needs of your prospect. Closely related to this issue is the pattern and manner of approach. Below, we address steps and how to approach sales

    I) Clearly Identify your Ideal Customer.

Selling anything to anybody is not the core objective of selling. Certainly not everyone will be your client and not everyone will be in need of your services. Irrespective of sector specificity, identifying the qualities that marks your ideal buyer is important because it narrows your focus and increases efficiency and effectiveness. The document that clearly states the qualities and needs of your ideal buyer is called the Customer Avatar Profile and is an invaluable sales document because it helps you find the right fit for your business and saves you wasted time you would have spent on trying to convince poor and wrong leads.

    II) Research A Prospect Before Reaching Out.

Nothing kills sales faster than being totally ignorant of who you are selling to. It ends the entire process before it even starts. Researching your prospect and what he/she and the company is into pays greatly in the course of the conversation as you begin well-grounded in the knowledge of who your prospect is and what that prospect might be in the market for. This day and age offers salespersons an opportunity to surreptitiously research and profile the prospect before pitching. Platforms such as company’s website, Facebook account, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Google and a lot of other online platforms.

Once you have a firm grasp of the information needed to engage your prospect in a meaningful conversation, you can proceed to contacting the prospect.

   III) Rapport Building Comes First

Building rapport is the bedrock of selling. It is believed that a proper rapport sets you up for success at selling as it is primarily aimed at calming the nerves of your prospect and sterilizing the zone of discussion to evict tension, suspicion, ambiguity and other first time talking issues. A safe place to begin just after the exchange of greetings is a complement – hey, nice place you have here, that picture is beautiful, is that your daughter, etc. The prospect becomes relaxed and begins to talk about the story surrounding the picture and the daughter. You could play around the FORM factor areas where you ask about family, occupation, relationship – depending on the scheduled time available to you, you could talk deeper and further.

  IV) Help Before You Sell.

If you did a proper work finding your ideal client, a high quota of your time would be spent conversing with qualified leads. You must be aware that throughout this process, the qualified lead is evaluating you and comparing your offers with what your competition is offering. You want to ensure that you keep him/her interested in you by offering help along the way, offering a free audit, a free assessment, a free service – just about anything to sustain your client’s interest. In helping, you demonstrate value, you show that you are the expert and you can solve the problem and soothe the pain point. There is no better way to hook in a client other than to give the prospect a piece from the entire pie.  If in doubt, ask for areas where they would love assistance. Also ask for areas of pain points. This may help you connect the dots and eventually fix the puzzle.

In addition to the nuggets listed above, Robertherjavec, Hubspot, Brain Tracy and Business Online have offered very valuable pieces of inform

7. Be Aware of Psychological Twists.

We have a certain way of reacting to situations, they are pretty structured ways of responding to issues and situations can be used for our benefits. According to

Our brains are wired to respond to certain situations in specific ways. Being aware of these psychological tricks can help you harness them to your benefit.

Here are just a few of the quirks relevant to salespeople:

Anchoring Effect: The information we receive first acts as an anchor against which we evaluate all further data.

Decoy Effect: A third option can sometimes help people choose between two possibilities.

Rhyme-as-reason Effect: Rhyming statements seem truer than non-rhyming ones.

Loss Aversion: We react more strongly to the possibility of losing something we currently have than the possibility of gaining something we don’t.

Peak-end Rule: People remember the end and a high point within a presentation more vividly than any other section.

Curse of Knowledge: When someone who knows a lot about a given subject is unable to relate to someone who is not as familiar.

Confirmation Bias: We are more likely to accept information that aligns with our beliefs than contradictory evidence — no matter how compelling.

8. Approach them on their level.

It’s great when a salesperson brings their unique personality to their selling process. But bear in mind you should also pay attention to your prospect’s personality and tailor your approach accordingly. Our personal attributes have an impact on how we like to be sold to and what information we prioritize.

Here’s a brief breakdown of the four main personality types, and their preferences:

Assertive: Interested in results and the bottom line.

Amiable: Interested in creative ideas and big-picture visions.

Expressive: Interested in people and how ideas affect others.

Analytics: Interested in facts, figures, and data.

Once you know which category your prospect fits into, play to their preferences and customize your messaging and presentation to nail what’s most important to them.

9. Hit an emotional high point.

There’s no such thing as a purely rational decision. Like it or not, our emotions color how we process information and make decisions. With this in mind, salespeople who appeal solely to their buyers’ logic are doing themselves a disservice.

Every sales message, presentation, and meeting should speak to the prospect’s emotions as well as their rational mind. According to sales expert Geoffrey James, the following six emotions impact decision making:

  1. Greed
  2. Fear
  3. Altruism
  4. Envy
  5. Pride
  6. Shame

Some of these are unpleasant feelings you don’t want buyers associating with you or your company. So, make sure to use a light touch when making emotional appeals. In addition, don’t try to bring forth all of these feelings — choose one or two that will resonate and subtly mix them in. (Read: Try not to put your buyer in a glass case of emotion.)

10. Remember, you are selling to a person.

When you’re sending countless outreach emails each and every day, it’s easy to forget that leads are people. But they are, and they want to be treated as such.

Use yourself as a litmus test — would you like getting this email? Would you appreciate this voicemail? If not, there’s a good chance your buyer won’t either.

It’s important to be professional in sales, but it’s also important to be personable. Buyers have lives outside of work, and things they’re passionate about that have nothing to do with their jobs. Build real rapport with your prospects by letting the conversation drift to the personal every once in a while. It doesn’t have to be — and shouldn’t be — all business all the time.

Conclusion

The key to selling is in appearing as a knowledgeable and trusted friend, an expert in your area of specialization, an adviser with a proven track record of proofs and testimonials on how you provided solutions to corporate or individual pain points. Mastering the art of selling takes commitment and a great deal of mastery of the intricacies of persuasion. In persuading, a lot of great sales personnel focus on appealing to emotions along their seven pathways. Emotions such as pride, lust, fear and other core emotional tenets in sales. The core of sales especially with pitches lies in emotional maneuvering and landing at high points where the prospect is already interested enough and agitated to purchase. Being able to conjour an array/mix of emotions in the prospect’s mind state overtime is a guaranteed lane to recurring sales. These and a few more guidelines already listed will get you started on the right path to being a consistent and productive sales person or grooming a prolific sales unit. 

Transquisite Consulting is open to training some more corporations on the art of selling. Our proven track record of improved bottom line figures after training for our clients speak for us. To contact us, please Click here. The training is comprehensive as it details the intricacies of sales. To aid faster assimilation, the courses have been broken down into simple and easy practical and productive steps. Our objective is to ensure your sales team hits the ground running with recurring sales and observable improvement in productivity. This is why we are free with knowledge sharing and particularly interested in achieving practical results in sessions with you. 

Customer Care as the Sustainable Revenue Generator for Businesses

Customer Care as the Sustainable Revenue Generator for Businesses

Customer Care as The Sustainable Revenue Generator for Business

The customer care unit remains one of the most important and sensitive units within any corporation. This is because they are responsible for on-boarding and keeping customers which directly impacts on business growth and improved bottom line figures. The unit’s ability to properly relate with and solve client’s concerns, contributes a significant quota to the amount of new and returning customers the business will have. In essence, optimizing processes and procedures to ensure that a client has the best experience needed to keep the client happy and interested in a brand should be one of the top priorities of any corporation in business if they must remain profitable.  

                          “We owe a huge gratitude to Transquisite Consulting. Our customer care training catalyzed the team’s ability to meet up with 2019’s first quarter target                                                                                                                                                 – over #80 million and counting in revenue ” – Nseinem Designers

Contact Transquisite Consulting if your unit requires a tested, trusted and bespoke customer care training guaranteed to boost productivity and profitability measured in conversions and bottom line figures.

Many corporate entities tend to be over familiar with the functions of the customer care unit thus overlooking or considering the unit either outdated or overtaken by new corporate business development roles such as digital marketing, business development, sales and other core functional units within the establishment. However, the customer care or customer service unit’s unique and primary function is to oil the wheels of profitability by ensuring that customers or clients acquired by other business development units remain happy and satisfied with current and updated products and services offered by the firm. 

Transquisite Consulting Customer Care Agent

                     This sort of dynamic and rather fluid operations and nature of the customer care service’s activities and its tactful and technical intricacies remains one of the key reasons why the industry tends to be ephemeral and consistent in advancement. Despite its dynamic nature, it is however not surprising to find that most customer care units within firms have remained stuck in a pool of practices which would often appear current when in truth its deployed practices and procedures had been long outdated. 

 To mirror debilitating instances of bad and probably outdated customer care service experienced from the client’s angle, let us take on an exercise. Place a few calls to at least 10 firms, specifically targeting their customer care unit. At the end, you would have observed a repeated pattern of communication while conversing with customer care agents over the phone. Also, you may have as well had the feeling of being managed or handled over the phone with an agent.  These are some of the negative yet subtle feelings often communicated in interactions with clients which then builds up over time to a wholesome picture of a brand’s personae in the client’s faculty. 

 Some of these experiences are powered by instances of firms using outdated, ineffective and often scripted processes to communicate with humans of varying degrees of needs, concerns and emotions. This then amounts to  bad user experience – negative for the brand’s unique identity and bespoke image portrayal as well as the audience perception of the brand. This is why in certain regions such as Nigeria, some telecommunication and bank’s customer care units are often perceived as lazy, insensitive and difficult. This is not the image you want for your brand in a competitive information age powered by interactivity and technology.

 

                    Interestingly and as you may have observed with the calls, a thousand and one other product/service providers use similar scripted or semi scripted formats of communication which clients/customers have become accustomed to and find rather inhumane. Hence, the agitation, jeers and brand disloyalty. These setbacks and in some extreme cases boycotts, have been avoided by some firms we have trained on customer care. One key way to keep your customer service unit abreast and ahead in service and performance is to maintain a culture of routine training and performance assessment. This is key to a rewarding and profitable management of a multi-faceted yet humane and sensitive unit known to be a well grounded revenue generator for corporations across sectors. 

Ideally, a customer care agent is expected to be endowed with an unnatural stretch of patience, attentiveness, empathy and people management skills. Often times,  the agent would also be expected to possess advanced mastery of communication skills (positive language use), knowledge of the product/services offered, diagnostic, time management and persuasion as well as closing skills which is unsurprisingly teachable.

A few more attributes are covered in the visual media recommended below.

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These and some more skills mentioned by Gregory Ciotti of Help Scout  and Hubspot Resources remains relevant qualities every customer care agent and unit must possess and aim to achieve. Fundamentally speaking, customer service units demand certain skills, behaviors, tools and insights to consistently maintain a happy client base. The slightest feedback in a smile or a positive and confidence boosting comment can turn an angry client’s disposition to a warm and friendly outlook. 

              Top experts at Transquisite Consulting  understand every simple and complex process around growing and managing a wildly productive and profitable customer care department and have organized these concepts into simple steps and nuggets which when taught – can get a total beginner to an expert level in a few sessions. The course has been known to give an unfair advantage to our clients, placing them ahead of contemporary customer service practices, in sync with client/customer’s concerns and soothing solutions as well as the interesting popular cultures of their client base and target audience. 

Conclusion

Although some would argue that building a robust and mature customer care unit takes time and a lot of expended resources to build and maintain, at Transquisite Consulting, we have consistently reversed this trend and have demonstrated that it takes a few sessions of consistent training to unearth the core humane and productive ingredients of customer care service delivery needed to boost business growth. Reaping the benefits of a mature and fully functional customer care unit remains one key goal that resonates will SMEs and multi-nationals across borders.  The time to harvest is now. Get in touch with us to expedite this process for you.             

How To Write A CV For Corporate Nigeria

How To Write A CV For Corporate Nigeria

How To Write A CV For Corporate Nigeria

At the Career Workshop organized by the Knowledge Exchange Center, we had the opportunity to converse with a lot of job seekers/ applicants from different regions in Nigeria on how to write a CV for the Nigerian labour market. At the end of the event, we found a lot of mistakes in resumes/CV.

We also observed that there are  misconceptions about the concepts, requirements and information that should be included in a Curriculum Vitae/Resume. These and other issues are easily why most youths are unable to secure jobs in line with their areas of specialization. We shared most of our best moments conversing and advising talents on what to do to optimize their CV for better opportunities.

How to write a CV and Resume
Consultant Attracta teaching an applicant how to write a proper cv
Discussing best resume formats
Applicants tutored in the art of resume writing

How To Proactively Construct Your CV For Better Opportunities

The remarkable and rather opaque truth is that a curriculum vitae and a resume are one and the same document used interchangeably. A CV/resume takes stock of your career journey from when you began your professional career to your current placement and includes other relevant information neatly documented to meet the requirements of the role applied. Being successful through the interview phase requires an understanding and demonstration of how your professional experience matches the current advertised role. This is why your CV should be designed in a way that the information on it matches the needs of the new position applied.

The standard page limit will often be between two and four pages. To meet the two to four pages resume requirements, we often advice candidates to be laser focused with information. In being laser focused, we mean only write on your CV/resume what matters and is in line with the job description from your professional and life history. For Instance, considering your work experience section, if you were applying for a sales position, and you have had 5 years of sales experience but spent intervals of your time in advertising and marketing, your edge would be to emphasize your sales responsibilities/tasks, objectives and achievements in sales for the sales role you would be applying for; as opposed to overwhelming your CV with information on how you did everything and are a master of all trade.

To ensure your CV/resume is well drafted, contains all information needed and easy on the eye for hiring managers in Nigeria to follow, here are a few things any hiring manager would love to see on your CV.

Important Information and Format For CV Writing

CANDIDATE NAME, ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS

      NASIRU ADEWALE UCHE

 8 Ekanem Street, Ogba, Lagos State,

Nasiru.Uche@gmail.com

  07064920000

CURRENT JOB TITLE:Head of SalesDATE: 10th May, 2019
PROFILE: The profile section should succinctly summarize your person, expertise, professional and educational qualifications covering your professional journey and achievements.
NATIONALITY: CURRENT LOCATION: 
INDUSTRY EXPERIENCEThis is where you highlight industries you have worked in e.g FMCGs, Automobile etc.AVAILABILITY: One Month
VISA STATUS:N/AVISA REQUIRED (to work in the country):N/A
EMPLOYMENT TYPEPermanentEMPLOYMENT STATUS:Full-Time
DESIRED SALARY:     NETManaged Others:Yes
QUALIFICATIONS

                                                                                                                                                                   NASIRU ADEWALE UCHE

    SUB-PROFILE AND VISION

This is where you tell the hiring manager some more about your core features, attributes and what your job vision and expectations are. For example. Nasiru Adewale Uche is a smart, energetic, innovative and meticulous professional with sound managerial skills. He believes that his skills in distribution, marketing, sales, business development, customer-centric and client relationship for business can drive corporate growth as he has extensively demonstrated in the past. He is looking for a role within sales and distribution management or related functions in a growth focused, target driven and fast paced organization where he can offer immediate and strategic value.

    SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

This is where you tell the talent acquisition manager about the skills and competencies you possess which is invaluable for the role you have applied for. E.g.

  • I Possess great communication and persuasive skills
  • I am a critical thinker and problem solver
  • I am great at building strong customer relationships,
  • I am excellent at presentation and conceptualization

     

    EDUCATION

List out your academic degrees and institution using bullet points

     

      PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Begin with your job role, followed by the time line and company name. If there are no space constraints, you may follow up with a brief information on the company and what they are into and about. This should be arranged in the format below

   Senior Account Manager (Southwest)

   September 2016 – Till Date

   Satellite Distributions Limited

  Satellite Distributions Limited (TD) commenced business in June 1996 as the pioneer Satellite distributor in Africa and currently represents Net pro, Intel Sat As the first manufacturer-accredited local distributor for the sub-region.

   Responsibilities and Achievements

  • This is where you elaborate on your responsibilities and achievements at the firm. If you have received accolades and awards, you should highlight this as well.     

    FOOTER 

This is where you could include your contact details and social media handles. Bear in mind that a hiring manager interested in you will likely visit any of your handles. So ensure the information on your CV is consistent with the person you are online as these will have an impact on how you are perceived afterwards. 

    | Nasiru Adewale Uche | 8 Ekanem Street, Ogba, Lagos State, Nigeria | Nasiru.Uche@gmail.com | 07064920000 | Facebook: Nasiru Uche | Instagram: NasiruU | Twitter: @NasiruUA | LinkedIn: Nasiru Uche

                                                                                                                                    REFERENCES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

Conclusion

                In writing a CV or resume that is outstanding and designed to appeal to a recruiter, ensure that information on the resume is designed in line with the requirements of the job position in focus. Also ensure that information on your resume is brief, true, up to date, unique and succinct where applicable.

In an earlier blog post, we shared all the relevant information needed  to secure a perfect high paying job in Lagos or any other location in Nigeria. You can access this article by following the emboldened link above. Transquisite Consulting is also interested in helping you design the best CV and resume that is sure to increase your chances at being chosen and called up for an interview. To access this service, click here, once on the page, fill and submit the short form and start a Whatsapp conversation with a consultant. For further information about CV or resume writing, please see Jobberman and Medium to gain some more insights on how to write a CV in Nigeria.

 

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