Elizabeth Openshaw

Elizabeth Openshaw is an Elite CV Consultant of 10 years based in Brighton, UK, with an English degree and an addiction to Wordle! She is a former Journalist of 17 years with the claim to fame that she interviewed three times Grand Slam winner and former World No.1 tennis player, Andy Murray, when he was just 14 years old. You can connect with her at Elizabeth Openshaw | LinkedIn.

Define your differentiation strategy to get ahead in business

Conflict resolution strategies explained - and how to apply them

Emergent strategy explained - and how it can boost your business prospects

Channel your divergent thinking to solve problems

Defining and improving on your adaptability skills

What are problem solving skills and how can you improve them?

How intrapersonal skills can shape you

Leader vs manager - what's the difference?

How your cognitive ability can make an impact on your job search

CV vs application form - what's the difference?

How to write a Civil Engineer CV (with example)

How to manage stress at work

How to phrase “please find attached my CV”

How many types of CV are there?

How to use LinkedIn to complement your CV

Should I include “references available upon request” in my CV?

How to write first class honours on a CV

How to show promotion on a CV

How to write a CV for a 16-year-old (with examples)

How to brush up your medical CV

An academic Curriculum Vitae: how to write it

Is proximity bias affecting your chance of promotion?

How to get a job with a criminal record

How to update your CV - even if you're not job hunting!

Why a traditional CV is still relevant in today's disrupted recruitment sector

Then and now: How have CVs changed over the years?

CV tips for job hoppers

How to write a cover letter that has maximum impact - plus examples!

What is a chronological CV?

The Queen's CV - Celebrating our Monarch in her Jubilee Year

Should I go back to my old job?

How to list publications on a CV (with example)

How to write a journalist CV (with example)

How to use LinkedIn to build your network of contacts

National Careers Week: How to make this work for you