How to Get a Job Without a Resume

This webinar was originally presented for the Georgetown University Alumni Association in 2011.

Everyone hates resumes. Even recruiters, especially recruiters, because they get so many, and most of them are terrible or irrelevant. How can they expect you to reduce your brilliance, yes BRILLIANCE, to two pages of paper? It’s impossible. Does Donald Trump have a resume? Oprah? Michael Jordan? Why not? They are known for their actions! In this webinar, you will learn how to get your next job by demonstrating your unique talents in ways that get positive attention and feel good, rather than sitting in your basement on your PC furiously stuffing your resume with keywords and action verbs. 

David Kaiser (B’90), PhD, delivers increased productivity, higher employee engagement and reduced conflict and turnover, for bottom-line results. His clients become masters of time management, persuasive communicators, and compelling, visionary leaders. Their new capabilities and confidence have a powerful, positive effect upon their organizations. He has been coaching and facilitating transformational growth since 2004. He is the founder of Dark Matter Consulting, certified by the International Coach Federation, a Board Member of the Chicago Coaching Federation, a volunteer with the Career Transition Center of Chicago, and active in the ManKind Project. Dave has coached over 210 clients to overcome obstacles and achieve extraordinary results. Although Dave holds a PhD from the University of Chicago, he is first and foremost a Hoya, having earned his BS in Finance and International Management at Georgetown University.

Presented to Georgetown University: Alumni Career Services, February 23, 2012

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Dave is trained at the Coaches Training Institute and certified by the International Coaching Federation. He has worked with dozens of clients to achieve remarkable results, including revenue growth, clearer strategic direction, enhanced leadership, and promotions to positions of greater responsibility. You can learn more about him at or follow him at @DarkMatterCon, or GooglePlus.

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