Don't - objectives are considered outdated and should not be on your resume.
We all used to include something like this at the top:
"Seeking a district manager position with a highly successful national or international retail chain that offers opportunities for growth and advancement."
These days we use headlines, taglines, and profiles/summaries to explain what we have to offer, rather than what we're looking for. Here are some examples:
TOP-RANKED RETAIL DISTRICT MANAGER
Award-winning retail district manager with a history of driving underperforming markets to top company rankings.
Award-winning retail district manager with 10+ years of multi-unit leadership experience in apparel, accessories, and footwear. Achieved tremendous results in every market - turned around 3 bottom-ranked districts and drove them to top tiers on the overall performance scorecard. Expertise in shrink control (awarded for outstanding shrink results with last 2 companies), talent development (mentored and promoted 5 store managers to district manager), and market expansion (opened 9 new stores in the last 5 years). Won numerous awards for exceptional results and overall performance including "District Manager of the Year" over 38 other candidates in 20XX.
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