Writing a Resume With Brief and Broad Experience Statements
Your experience section is just a performance preview. Since a job description gives specific hints as to what a company expects from a candidate, you can know whether your accomplishments meet these expectations.
Example: "Met 100% of goals while leading a new cross-functional team."
Use broad experience statements in the general list if you can only target two or three statements. The best way to form long sentences is to illustrate your achievements by using the same accomplishment and result structure, whether referring to the company's news or changes in its market.
Example: "When we acquired Tony Capitals in 2015, I met 100% of our goals as leader of the new cross-functional team."
Remember, your experience section just previews your performance. To make results relevant, don't forget to target it to the new job position.