How to Write a Cover Letter that the HR Manager wants to Read!
You can have a great resume but unless you can sell it to the HR Manager, you won't make it to the job interview!
THE ELEVATOR PITCH
It's true! The cover letter acts as your elevator pitch. If the pitch is weak, the HR manager won't be interested in the rest of your story.
The cover letter is the first frontier where you and the HR manager make contact. It communicates the essence of you to the company. It is imperative that it is on point and meaningful for them to consider spending their valuable time deep diving into your resume.
AN OPPORTUNITY TO JUMP OFF THE PAGE
With cover letters, you do not have a lot of time to communicate what you need to. It needs to be to the point, informative, and above all, engaging for the HR manager. Doing so is an art, and mastering this art is what this course is all about.
This course is your opportunity to learn how to make a strong, everlasting impression.
This course will cover the following principles (among many others):
- Nailing the formatting
- Using the right tonality
- Communicating Value
- Cover letter personalization
- Crafting the perfect opening line
- Highlighting the right things
- Showcasing skills relevantly
If you want feedback on your cover letter... do the full course 'Job Ready' that will also cover:
- Personal branding
- Cover Letter
- Interview Skills
- and more
- The Job Ready course covers the cost of a HR Consultant reviewing your cover letter and resume.
Or you can pay for a private consultation for a resume review - cost is $200+GST