Building a better resume requires that we see the document as a living map of our career path. When you’re good at what you do, when you’re comfortable in your job, and when you’re content with the direction that you’re career is taking…you don’t typically spend a whole lot of Read More
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Building a better resume is often reflected through the ability to clearly and accurately express the various characteristics of the individual in a way that best describes the capabilities beyond the positions that the person has held. A common trend is for the individual to focus so much attention on Read More
Countless elements go into building a successful loss prevention career. Each of us evolves through a series of self-discoveries as the many features that make up who we are unfold through clear foresight and occasionally blind ambition as we forge the pieces into the image of leadership and experience that we Read More
What is every company looking for in a management-level employee? Leadership. Senior leaders will tell you that there are lots of managers but very few true leaders. Why? Because there are many different traits that contribute to being a true leader when building our loss prevention careers. And although there Read More
If you are thinking about writing your own resume (rather than using a professional resume writing service) to reflect the experience, accomplishments, and other critical information that helped shape your career in loss prevention, then you need to do your homework. Having a loss prevention resume that appropriately describes all Read More
Tim Belka is the senior director of global security at Walgreens. Belka began his career as a US deputy marshal before joining the Central Intelligence Agency as a special agent. In his role with Walgreens, Belka leads a team responsible for the company’s Security Operations Center, executive protection, corporate campus Read More
We all like to dream about our future, where we want to be and how we are going to get there, but when considering your voyage along the loss prevention career path, are you ready to take the next step?
Let’s take a moment to really think about how we might Read More
This column is about things I may have said before in January, favorite things I heard said in 2016, and some issues for 2017.
Things Worth Repeating
Things I said in previous Januaries that I think are still pertinent include:
Make a list. Write down those things you want to accomplish or work Read More
Building a better resume is often an exercise in fundamental communication and common sense, with some of the most important features focusing basic concepts. But before we can construct a document that accomplishes our desired results, we must have a better grasp on just what we should be trying to Read More
When it comes to crafting a better resume, some of the most important features should focus on the basics. While it may seem to be an obvious characteristic of a quality resume, the appearance of the resume itself can be critical to the entire selection process.
A resume should look sharp, Read More