Dec 12, 2015
Resumes are all about selling you and most people get them wrong. Did you know you need more than one resume? Did you know how resumes have changed and what you are probably doing wrong on yours that may be blocking you from getting that dream job? What about that interview? Want to know how to nail it?
I haven't written a resume in over 15 years. Owning my own business all I need is a bio nowadays and even that I learned, after talking to my guest, can use an update. But how do you choose what goes in?
How do you unlock the words to the skills you truly have versus those you think you have? How do you make a gap in work or several jobs with short term employment not become a red flag to a potential employer?
Listen as I question Lhea Scotto-Laub who has written over 14,000 resumes, cover letters, bios and personal statements. My eyes were opened!
Lhea Scotto-Laub is the president and owner of Quantum Business Group, Inc. in Massapequa, New York, a recruitment firm, professional résumé writing service and interview coaching firm. Lhea has composed more than fourteen-thousand résumés, bios, cover letters and personal statements. Additionally, she has placed over one- thousand candidates in her career.
In the volunteer arena, Lhea is the Past President of the Long Island Center for Business & Professional Women, a thirty year premier women’s networking organization. She has chaired several committees and co-established the Speed Networking event. Additionally, Lhea served as a board member of the Long Island Women’s Business Council for several years and was a former board member of the US Women’s Chamber of Commerce, where she contributed to the launch of the first Diversity Awards on Long Island in 2004.
Lhea has co-chaired and sat on the Women of Distinction committee for the March of Dimes, for over seven years, helping to improve the mortality rate of babies and expectant mothers. From 2004-2006 Lhea wrote a monthly a column for liwomen.com, spotlighting a Long Island businesswoman who makes a difference. In 2010, Lhea was honored with the President’s Award and Achievers Award by the Long Island Center for Business and Professional Women. She received citations from Governor Andrew Cuomo and Councilwoman Dorothy Goosby for humanitarian efforts and volunteerism. From 2009 to the 14 Lhea was an active member of Rotary, an international organization that served humanity locally, as well as internationally. She was secretary of the West Hempstead Rotary Club and remain involved in RYLA, a youth leadership arm of Rotary on Long Island.
Last but not least, Lhea was a single-parent for more than twenty years, and the proud mother of three sons… and grandmother to seven grandchildren. Additionally, she remarried and has two grown step-children. Being a single parent since her sons were one, three and five, she was determined to raise educated, kind young men who possess a strong work ethic, integrity, and a humanitarian heart. She considers them her biggest success! www.success-resumes.com or www.822jobs.com