Thank You for all the great information and insight into your management techniques. I feel like I'm hearing the "secret magic" that only the good managers know, not being in management myself.
I have just started going through the archives, so I'm sorry if you covered this later on.
I'm starting to use the "Your Resume Stinks" information to recreate my resume from it's current stinky form. I am planning on actively seeking a new job soon and I'm concerned that if my current employer finds out then I will be let go before I have a found a new position. This fear has kept me from seeking a new job for some time now. It was suggested to me that I could add "Please do not contact my current employer" on my resume and this would be acceptable and most places would respect that.
I'm not sure how this fits into the resume outline your described and I would love your comments on this and the potential reactions to it.
I currently have references on my resume and one is my supervisor. I have hoped this would counteract any request to not contact my "Manager". I won't be including them (references) on my new version so I'm not sure how to handle this bit of information. I'm even more concerned when I read post like [url=http://www.manager-tools.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1352]Boss saw resume on Monster[/url] on the forums as I believe that my management may have a similar reaction. One of many reasons I'm looking to move.