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The first step in any job search is preparing your resume. Unlike in the past, however, listing all work experience and opening with an objective is out of style. At the moment, recruiters look for resumes with relevant work experience. In the case of management jobs, a resume for a managerial position should list relevant work in the field and should emphasize leadership abilities. Additionally, a resume, especially for management jobs, shouldn't spell out your daily duties. Rather, highlight your achievements, results, and accomplishments.
You can learn how to be a manger from reading good management books but to put that into practice is whole other story. We have learned from experience from running very high profile projects that people handle stress very differently. There is a frequent debate which rages on in the management community about if leaders are born or are they made. This is a separate topic for discussion in another article but this is something that you should keep in the back of your head about your own leadership traits. The fundamentals that we discuss may seem a bit obvious and some which do not. We feel that we have to bring awareness to these topics because we have seen time and time again, managers not living up to their expectations.
Management jobs, however, are not entry_level roles. Although moderate experience can lead to an entry_level or even mid_level job, networking is necessary for finding an advanced position. While your network of contacts may mention any openings at another company, you can use them to get in the door by passing on your resume or you can use them as references.