Since recruiters review resumes quickly at first, often giving it just a few seconds before making a decision on whether to proceed, save, or discard, your resume has to be easy to digest.
Therefore, don't use what I like to call "business-speak" statements like this that force the reader to go over it twice just to understand what you're saying: "...exceptional track record of developing strategic initiatives and fostering a culture of execution through outstanding interpersonal communication skills and an established reputation for excellence in partnership development."
If you wouldn't talk that way face-to-face, don't write it. It's a mouthful and adds very little value.
Remember, recruiters are impressed by big achievements, not big words.
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