Why everyone needs an ImpactResume®
Traditional resumes show what you know and have done.
MyEffect's ImpactResumes® celebrate who you are and what you CAN do–providing a more complete picture of an individual's motivations, competencies and career potential.
WHY? Because traditional education and past career experience isn't enough for people to thrive in the future of work.
Knowledge doesn't translate to competence
80% of employee turnover is due to bad hiring decisions.
In-house training is expensive and not scalable
It's costing employers billions to up-skill their current workforce.
Formal education and tuition isn't accessible to all
People can't expect to pay for formal training for every new job.
There is another way but...
Self-directed activities–whereby individuals take the initiative for what occurs such as in volunteering, entrepreneurship and experiential learning–provide a cost-effective way for employers to upskill their workforce.
While these activities foster the life long learning skills necessary for people to prepare for the future of jobs, they typically go unrecognized because it is too difficult for organizations to monitor and evaluate them at scale.
MyEffect solves this problem by capturing trusted data on the outcomes of self-directed activities to provide organizations proof of achievements.
Skills are expiring more rapidly than ever before, and we are entering an era where emotional intelligence, soft skills and transferrable experience is crucial. ImpactResumes® provide the transparency employers require to recognize experience people gain outside of traditional classroom settings.
Celebrates who individuals are, what they care about and the meaningful impact they want to create in world.
Demonstrates competencies and personal growth with a live-updated snapshot of an individual's soft and hard skills development.
Showcases an individual's leadership impact across key social outcomes such as number of people helped, mentorship time, volunteer hours and more.
All activities authenticated so organizations can objectively evaluate the value of an individual's experience and independent accomplishments.