Teach - to instruct or present.
taught, teaching, teaches
noun form: teachings, teacher
Teach is a resume writing power word that indicates a candidate’s experience with:
- communicating ideas or principles
- conveying information
- instructing others in certain practices
- guiding or mentoring others
How to use:
Use teach to indicate skills or knowledge areas in which you are an expert.
Use teach to highlight communication skills.
Use teach to indicate your leadership or mentoring roles.
Resume Writing Examples
Examples that Show Communication Skills
Taught multiple seminars on Search Engine Optimization to diverse audiences with varying levels of technical expertise.
Conclusion: This candidate can convey difficult and technical concepts to a lay audience.
Often taught new employees the company principles and practices and was promoted because of an increase in employee retention as a direct result.
Conclusion: This candidate can communicate information for positive results.
Examples that Demonstrate Competence
Taught many seminars on all aspects of the sales cycle and branding strategies that lead to an increase in sales of the program.
Conclusion: This candidate seems to be an expert in this area and would be a competent marketing executive.
Taught others how to use the Pro-Mark fulfillment and order system.
Conclusion: The candidate knows the Pro-Mark system well enough to teach others how to use the system.
Examples that Show Leadership Skills
Hired to teach team members how to recognize and isolate problems on their own before they become crises.
Conclusion: This candidate shows leadership by empowering his team members to spot and solve problems.
Volunteered to teach employees how to handle customers and orders and was awarded Employee of the Year.
Conclusion: This candidate is a mentor and coach who does not just manage, but leads.
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