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缺了这三大要素你的简历一无是处

发布日期:2017-06-12  2017-06-12日文章 2017年精华 2017年06月精华

推荐:小鱼透视企业家是美国的一个在线社区,美国创业界最睿智、最有影响力的一些大咖会在这里及时回答与创业和职场有关的问题。今天的问题是:招聘者对求职简历最关注哪三点?回答者是电信软件与服务供应商Amdocs的总经理加里米尔斯。
对每位创业者来说,组建合适的团队,平衡好人才的优势与劣势都是一件困难的工作。初创公司生存的头号法则就是,单打独斗必然失败,招募新鲜血液时面试环节很关键。
假如你有意投身一家刚成立的初创公司,以下三点能助你脱颖而出。
表现顽强精神,而且无惧失败
企业家天生有韧劲,就算其他人放弃,他们也会一直坚持追求梦想。但顽强精神既是优势也是劣势,你要显示出不会盲目相信公司的产品天时地利。如果你的设想行不通,就应该当机立断收手。鼓励创新的优秀领导者不会将偶尔放弃当成缺点,所以你可以在简历中大方列出重要的失败实例。只是要确保面对面交流时,多强调从失败案例中吸取了哪些教训。
迅速承认失败并着手下一个项目也是本事,比死守想法冥顽不灵最后酿成巨大损失好得多。另外还得指出,我还喜欢能不断改进想法的应聘候选人,他们能边推进边调整方向。
具有团队精神
创业阶段的公司拼的就是团队合作,要求员工迅速融入工作流程,在扁平化管理的环境中鼓励并维持合作。这时团队合作精神就很关键。你应该表现出愿意与优秀的人才相处,信任他人,不会担心观点不一。没有积极的领导风范和正面的态度很难成功,只盯着自己的一亩三分地也难成大器。你可以在简历中展示处事的灵活性,强调你曾在不同的环境下工作。
早年创业时,我总要处理管理层的争斗,感觉常常要调解很多经理、各种角色、职责和创意的摩擦。后来我发现总是调解不是办法。如今我在Amdocs就向大家公开表明,不会介入经理之间的争端,要求他们彼此配合,共同找到解决方案。
有信心开疆辟壤
能抓住扩大业务规模的应聘者会引起我的兴趣。许多出色的企业家创业之初都小有成绩,可怎样扩大公司,获得商业化的成功并达到一定规模?你的简历应该向我展示你的好创意,并且如何充分利用创意,如何吸引适合的人才和必要的资金,采取措施推动大幅增长,不管是自然发展还是用什么野路子。你应该用案例介绍如何实现一些可以量化的成果,比如开拓了销量或者潜在客户,或是开发了新的合作关系。然后面试时详细解释为何你决定聘请某些人,或者做出某些决策。
另外别忘了,即便你打算跳槽,要竞聘更大的公司,或者你服务的初创公司要被另一个品牌兼并,以上重要技巧也都用得上。就算身在大公司也不要丢掉开拓进取的意识,因为只有不断进取才能孕育创新。(财富中文网)
译者:Pessy
审稿:夏林
The Entrepreneur Insiders network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in America’s startup scene contribute answers to timely questions about entrepreneurship and careers. Today’s answer to the question, “What are the top three things you look for on a resume?” is written by Gary Miles, general manager at Amdocs.
One of the most difficult jobs for any entrepreneur is hiring the right team to properly balance strengths and weaknesses. The first rule of startup life is that if you go at it alone, you’re doomed to fail, making the interview process critical when hiring new talent.
If you’re interested in a new startup opportunity, here are three tips to get you noticed:
Show tenacity, but that you’re not afraid of failure
Entrepreneurs by nature are persistent and will pursue an idea long after others would have given up. However, tenacity can be both a strength and a weaknessyou need to demonstrate that you won’t be blinded by a belief that your offering is in the right place at the right time. If you’re in a situation where your idea isn’t working, you have to allow yourself to quickly put it to rest. A good leader who creates an environment of innovation will not see this as a weakness, so don’t be shy to list key examples on your resume. Just be sure to couple the failed attempts with lessons learned during your in-person discussion.
Failing fast and jumping on the next great idea is a virtue, and much better than holding onto something well into expensive losses. On the same note, I like to see that potential candidates have flexibility to evolve an idea and pivot from where they originally started.
Show you’re a team player
In a startup environment, it’s all about the team and the ability to work in a fluid, less hierarchical environment that encourages and safeguards collaboration. Being a team player is key. Show that you’re willing to surround yourself with the right talent, trust others, and not be intimidated by conflicting ideas. You won’t succeed without positive leadership and attitude, or by getting territorial. You can showcase this flexibility on your resume by highlighting that you’ve worked in different types of work environments.
In my early startup days, I used to struggle more with conflict at the management level. I felt like I was a frequent arbitrator between managers, roles, responsibilities, and creative friction, and I can see now this wasn’t the right approach. Now, in my current role at Amdocs, I make it a public point not to get in between my managers, and make it clear that I expect them to collaborate and find a solution.
Show you can scale with confidence
To pique my interest, I need to see that a candidate can scale their business when the time is right. A lot of good entrepreneurs have some initial accomplishments, but how do you expand your organization into a commercial success and size? Through your resume, show me good ideas you’ve had, how you harnessed them, and how you attracted the right people and capital to make bold growth steps forwardwhether through organic moves or inorganic ones. Use this as an opportunity to demonstrate some quantifiable resultslike increased sales or leads, or new partnerships developedand further expand upon why you made specific hires or decisions during your in-person discussion.
Keep in mind that you can use these key skills at larger companies should you shift careers, or if the startup you’re working for should be absorbed by another brand. There is a lot to be said for keeping entrepreneurial values in a large corporation as a way to foster innovation.

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