I'm putting together my cv in MT format and am wondering how best to present a significant career diversion I made back in 1993. Specifically: after several successful years at Procter & Gamble I moved to a position with a church, working with teenagers. During the year and a half in this position it became clear to me that I wasn't suited to a long term church career and switched to humanitiarian work which better suits my values, temperament, and skill set.
I'm stymied coming up with bulletted results for the church job as the job was relationship rather than (short term) results based. For sure there have been results in terms of life direction, in particular for a number of kids from difficult backgrounds, but I´m not sure this is something I can present in a resume.
I'd appreciate any insights on how best to present this period: whether to leave out the results section altogether (which looks rather weak), to put in some meager results related to training of volunteers and development of curricula, to add a few lines explaining why I entered this line of work and why I left it (which might appear apologetic) or any thougths you might have.
Thanks in advance,