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Tim Windhof

Tim Windhof is an experienced Career Strategist, who loves helping people to take their careers to the next level. Tim is a certified resume writer (CPRW), Career Coach and certified Human Resources Professional. He operates his company, Windhof Communications LLC, out of the Greater Columbus Area in central Ohio.

4 Telling Traits Of A Maverick Candidate

Maverick candidates are like Sir Richard Branson and Steve Jobs. How do you spot a maverick and is it a good idea to have one on your team?

Does Your Resume Get Along With Your Personal Brand?

Personal branding? Does this “personal brand thingy” apply to your situation? Find out if your resume gets along with your personal brand.

#1 Risk Of Asking Everyone You Know For Resume Input

There's a lot of bad advice out there on resumes from people who THINK they are experts. Here's the #1 risk to asking everyone you know for resume input.

Top 3 Character Traits To Look For In Your Next Hire

When you're hiring new employees, you need to consider lots of factors. Character is one. Here are three character traits to look for in your next hire.

#1 Bold Tactic For Taking Control Of Job Interviews

Sick of being asked those generic interview questions that don't showcase your value? Take control of your job interviews with this bold tactic!

Does Resume Length Matter With ATS?

A frequently discussed resume question is the influence of Applicant Tracking Systems (“ATS”) on the appropriate length of a resume. Does it matter?

Why You Shouldn’t Write A ‘One-Size-Fits-All’ Resume

You know keywords are important in resumes because of the ATS. But don't over do it. Here's why you shouldn't write a "one-size-fits-all" resume.

Follow-Through: The Most Underestimated Career Ingredient

There's a very old-school skill that is very, very basic, yet so neglected, these days: Follow-through! Here's why it's an essential career ingredient.

How To Write A Real Deal Thank You Letter

A unique thank you letter or email can reinforce the strong impression you already made. Although it's not required, I consider it a "must" for job seekers.

#1 Solution For Nasty Employment Gaps On Your Resume

Wouldn't it be nice to have a flawless resume? Too good to be true if you have employment gaps in your professional vitae, right? Not necessarily.