Branded Resume Writing, LinkedIn Profiles & Job
Search Coaching for Executives and Managers

Resume Writing and Career Services that Get You Noticed & Hired Faster

Is your resume opening doors or closing them?

It takes less than 6.25 seconds to make the cut.

Do you have excellent qualifications, but you’re not getting interviews for the executive jobs you want?

Do you want to reposition your skills and change industries but have no idea how to make this transition happen?

Has your position been eliminated, but it’s been years since you’ve conducted a job search?

Do you want to shift from owning a business to working for another organization but have hit a brick wall?

Do you want to advance in your career but don’t know what steps to take?

You’re retiring and need to translate your experience for a new gig or want to serve on a board.

If your answer is yes to any of the above career situations, I can help. Personal branding, marketing, positioning, visibility, unique value – these are all vital components of your career success that you can’t afford to leave to chance.

Louise Garver

Louise Garver
Certified Executive Resume Writer

(937) 429-1332

"I’ve helped thousands of frustrated executive job searchers to dramatically shorten the stressful time of job search and career transition to win the job of their choice at the salary they deserve."

Branded Executive Resumes

Do you have excellent qualifications, but you’re not getting interviews for the executive jobs you want?

LinkedIn Profiles

To help you achieve digital traction and be found by executive recruiters, a LinkedIn profile is a necessity.

Job Search Coaching

It takes a skilled career strategist with vast experience and know-how to steer you in the direction of your ambitions.

Are you ready to get started?

Your Career Is Important. Invest in Yourself Today.

Call Louise Garver today @ (937) 429-1332

Client Success Stories

"Louise, I have to share this comment from an executive recruiter who read my resume that you created. He said: “I have to tell you that I never look forward to reading resumes because, frankly, they are always boring. However, I was more than pleasantly surprised when I started to read your resume. I was instantly compelled to read it — all of it — something I never do. Your personality came through — not just the facts and figures. The writing is exceptional and helped me to understand who you are, what’s unique about you and what you offer — quickly. Something that I usually never clearly find in resumes I read. I’m happy to tell you that my search began and ended with this opportunity. It was a perfect match! Thank you for helping me open the door to this position."

Jeremy S. Marketing Executive

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