I have a question about resume accomplishments. I'm familiar with the Career Tools recommended format for writing accomplishments (i.e. result-verb-method).
As a manager, I'm often responsible for activities that are performed by my team. I provide leadership, but don't actually do the tasks that produce the results. How should I write accomplishments in such cases? I don't want to write the accomplishment as if I did the work, but I want to take an appropriate degree of credit given that I contributed by doing things like making a business case for the activity, providing resources, prioritizing it above other possible activities, getting support of other managers, etc.
Using the result-verb-method approach, I find myself using verbs like "...by leading effort to...", or "...by leading initiative..." In the the accomplishments sound wordy and passive.