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Insight into [the organisation] and things to be mindful of was useful. Conversation about leadership and dealing with senior management went well.
Thank you for taking the time to review my CV. Other than internal applications most police officers do not need to complete a CV so somewhat of a challenge when we are looking to move out into “the real world”. I found your feedback honest, constructive and extremely helpful and would recommend it to others.
Thank you very much for your comprehensive and detailed review of my CV which you have managed to return to me within 3 days of submission. Your report has provided me with clear and achievable recommendations which I intend to put into place immediately. Your feedback is honest and constructive, and it is evident that you have given my CV careful consideration before compiling the report. I will also be taking the time to look at your CV evidence builder and template as although ask for a small payment I am sure that they will offer value for money if the free report is a measure of your professionalism.
Peter is an effective listener who allows the individual time to reflect and come to their own conclusions. He is good at offering the individual the opportunity to process their thoughts and ideas in a safe environment.
Many thanks for taking the time and trouble to review my CV. It was a great service and most useful advice which I would certainly encourage others to use. The advice and suggestions you gave me are all entirely accurate and were phrased with a genuine desire to assist and polite constructive comments. I intend to alter my CV this evening in the hope it may attract more job offers as it will be more aligned to the private sector rather than the Police which I have now known for 35 years. Once again many thanks.
First of all may I thank you for your free review of my CV. It was good to get your perspective and I will amend my CV to reflect the relevant and valid points made. It is important to have a regular professional review of the CV to reflect the changes in employer expectations.
I found this book to be an’ easy read’. Whilst offering practical tips it also offers food for thought and the book enables you to dip in and out quickly if you want to recap on certain thoughts. To me this is a work book, an activity book which helped me gain an understanding as to where I am in my quest for ‘change’. Tip; use a pencil. You find that as you progress through the book you might want to change some of your thoughts and ideas.
I’ve read a lot of books on change. I retired in 2012. I spent 2013 making poor decisions and spending money unwisely. Peter’s book came out in 2014. In contrast to those other books, Peter’s is not turgid and I didn’t feel like I was wading through treacle trying to figure out the message. So now I can start again and, with Peter’s tool kit, place a bit more structure around my thought-processes leading to my decision-making and be a little less impulsive. His self-effacing and candid style make the book a pleasure to read.
This is a compact and concise smart guide book. It is easy to pick up and dip into any of the 12 chapters. An easy read and I particularly like the fact that there is lined space to write your thoughts and ideas down. Also as a trainer, it is good to see that the author has thought about learning, this can take place as the reader has the option to write down and review their key learning points at the end of each chapter.
Many thanks for the report and the time you have taken. I will freshen the CV up a little and use more powerful words at the start of sentences. The advice given was helpful, speedy and will help in my future applications.