Example: Accomplished goals, meeting or exceeding standards for all performance areas.
Example: Achieved production standards above company average.
Example: Advanced company’s mission for developing innovative software solutions for home and business use.
Example: Ascended quickly through the ranks, from junior account executive to division manager in less than six years.
Example: Attained designation as certified widget maker.
Example: Augmented skills through self-study and annual attendance of professional conferences.
Example: Awarded “Employee of the Year” for contributions to morale and productivity.
Example: Balanced college, work, and family responsibilities while completing degree.
Example: Began new program that affected productivity and was subsequently implemented in other branches.
Example: Benefited from company-sponsored training.
Example: Branded by management as trainee with “great potential.”
Example: Brought creative new vision to position.
Example: Caught on quickly, completing six-week training program in less than four weeks.
Example: Challenged with new assignment that required notable analytical and problem-solving skills.
Example: Cited for exemplary performance.
Example: Collaborated with interdepartmental team of accounting, engineering, operations, sales, and distribution.
Example: Committed time, talents, and resources to community and industry associations.
Example: Communicated regularly with home office, department leaders, vendors, and customers.
Example: Completed tasks within time and budget constraints.
Example: Conserved limited operating funds for startup company.
Example: Contributed to company’s mission of providing affordable staffing solutions.
Example: Cooperated with members from all six departments to accomplish special projects.
Example: Created new programs and systems to meet demands.
Example: Elected by peers as department representative for new task force.
Example: Exceeded performance criteria, earning top marks on recent evaluation.
Example: Facilitated change environment during reengineering process.
Example: Finished tasks in a timely manner to meet critical deadlines.
Example: Functioned efficiently in a self-directed position.
Example: Furthered the department’s goals for customer service.
Example: Graduated with solid general management skills from prestigious training program.
Example: Improved productivity ratings by 12 percent.
Example: Increased billable hours by 15 percent.
Example: Initiated systems that eliminated variances in inventory data.
Example: Led team that designed operationally sound infrastructure to support aggressive growth phase.
Example: Mastered new concepts quickly, qualifying for promotion to next level six weeks ahead of schedule.
Example: Named “Employee of the Year,” an honor voted on by both management and employees.
Example: Nominated “Teacher of the Year,” one of five in a district with 200 teachers.
Example: Offered assistance on special projects.
Example: Optimized use of time and resources.
Example: Organized work to meet project benchmarks.
Example: Overhauled position, transforming it from a process-only function to information-based service with significant customer interaction.
Example: Participated on multidisciplinary task force that planned new technology upgrade.
Example: Partnered with customers, helping them attain their goals for retail sales.
Example: Performed the following management-support functions: represented chief executive before various employee groups, task forces, and community organizations; orchestrated internal administrative affairs; supervised nine-member office staff; and coordinated executive’s site visitation for 70 district locations.
Example: Processed sales orders for international customers.
Example: Progressed with company’s growth, beginning as secretary for startup operation and advancing to administrative manager for a six-branch district.
Example: Promoted through a variety of operations and customer-service positions.
Example: Proposed new vision for customer service—assembled materials that responded to issues and simultaneously promoted new products or future purchases.
Example: Read as many as 15 industry journals, business newspapers, and financial magazines monthly.
Example: Selected for prestigious training team charged with updating skills of company’s sales force nationwide.
Example: Sent to specialized training in Frankfurt, Germany.
Example: Sharpened skills through hands-on college course work and simulation exercises.
Example: Solved problem of speeding expedited shipments without increasing costs.
Example: Started new employee-appreciation program.
Example: Stimulated discussion among accounting and shipping department leaders to resolve recurring problems.
Example: Streamlined department work flow through implementation of local area network and integrated software.
Example: Strengthened reputation of customer-service department by providing timely, accurate responses and post-sale follow-up to customers.
Example: Succeeded in turning around operation’s tendency to miss important client deadlines.
Example: Surpassed annual quota requirement in just nine months.
Example: Tackled projects that had been abandoned for more than a year.
Example: Thrived in fast-paced, technology-driven business environment.
Example: Upgraded quality of marketing materials through computer-aided design skills.
Example: Volunteered in the community as representative of company.
Example: Won confidence of managers, resulting in early promotion to senior administrative technician.
Example: Worked in tandem with engineering team to understand the product-development cycle.