I always organize my resumes this way: objective, work experience, education, skills. I’d include all of these, except education, in this resume.
Macbeth’s unbridled ambition is the most established answer to the question, “What is Macbeth’s fatal flaw?” However, ambition is not necessarily a flaw. In fact, ambition is one of the most desired traits in any workplace. This resume you are working on should highlight Macbeth’s drive to be at the top of whatever place he will be applying. Your objective should state something to explain how Macbeth will work as hard as possible to rise in the ranks of this fictional company
In the work experience section, I‘d highlight Macbeth's rapid rise to power: War hero to Thane of Cawdor to king. Leave out the part about King Duncan being murdered under his own roof. You only want to highlight Macbeth’s positives.
In the skills section, you must highlight Macbeth’s ability to lead. He led Duncan’s army to victory and gained many loyal friends and colleagues in the process. These are definitely skills that apply to the workplace.