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Hiring managers want to understand your potential, value, and goals before making a decision to welcome you to their organizations.
That’s why it’s important to emphasize these things whenever you communicate with employers. That means demonstrating them in your resume and cover letter, on your LinkedIn profile, during your job interview, and whenever you interact with the organization in general.
But how can you do that? I’m going to go over the three key statements you need to convey every time you interact with a potential employer.
#1. Explain Your Go-To Potential
These are the problem(s) you solve or the pain you alleviate. What are you uniquely qualified to do on the job?
#2. Spell Out The Your Value
Explain to them the value you bring by solving these problems or alleviating those pains.
Share how you save or make companies money. Or, in some cases, how you do both.
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#3. Short-Term Goal
Tell them about a short-term goal that will leverage your strengths and bring value to the organization. Take your skill sets to the next level.
This shows them that you can hit the ground running and already know what you want to accomplish.
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