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  Newest updates from LinkedIn
by Miriam Salpeter - Mar, 2011
I was delighted to be invited to attend LinkedIn’s latest press conference (via live stream from their headquarters). No question LinkedIn is working hard to compete with other, growing social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter. An interesting point made in the early part of the conference: LinkedIn wants to emphasize itself as a network helpful for job seekers, but not JUST for people looking for jobs. They strive to b...
 
  A Career Tip from the Academy Awards: Milk It!
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2011
I’ve long been a fan of the Academy Awards. Every year around this time I spend who-knows-how-many hours watching the pre-event predictions, the endless red carpet coverage, the three-hours-plus event itself, the nonstop stream of Twitter and Facebook commentary and the days of post-show analysis. This year, perhaps because the show itself was pretty boring, my mind started to wander away from the glamorous gowns and gold s...
 
  Network Like a Pro: Kick Your Social Anxiety to the Curb
by Tai Goodwin - Mar, 2011
Last night I attended an event that recognized the Twin Cities Top 10 Social Media Titans. I was honored to be considered as a nominee with such an impressive list of tweeters and bloggers making an amazing impact through social media. While I enjoy networking and meeting new people, it is not something that always comes easy to me – I am introvert by nature. My desire to be successful as a classroom teacher and stand up tr...
 
  LinkedIn adds new functionality to ‘Company’ search
by Miriam Salpeter - Mar, 2011
LinkedIn’s blog reported yesterday that you can now search “for companies not only by attributes such as location, industry, and size but also by how you are connected. You can filter a set of results to include only those companies where you have a direct connection or broaden your search to include companies in your extended network.” Hopefully, you have already been following companies (read more about following companie...
 
  Meetup Groups – Blab About What You Want to Do
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
We all know that networking is the best way to get a new job. Approximately 70% of the jobs that are secured out there are landed through the hidden job market. There are two important things to remember though: 1) Networking, and conducting informational interviews with people in a field of interest, is also an invaluable way to learn more about different industries you want to explore for your long-term career path. 2)...
 
  Networking: Script it out; just don’t sound like a telemarketer
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
I was talking to my client Kellie recently about her job search. She had a few calls to make to prospective employers to follow up on her interviews. (Yes luckily, I’m finding recruiters are calling people again, and I have several clients out there going on interviews.) Kellie was nervous, she didn’t know what to say to them and didn’t want to choke up or sound unprofessional on the phone or on their voicemail. This is imp...
 
  Job Seeker: How To Unearth Value From Twitter
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Feb, 2011
Attempts to tame the Twitter Wild West abound. Some well-meaning, expert advice is on point while other opinions should be taken with a grain of salt. The splendor of Twitter is the absolute control you have to read or respond to the words flagging you down for attention. Tools like TweetDeck or HootSuite facilitate organizing your followers into ‘lists’ to ensure you can focus in on those conversations most relevant to you...
 
  What Corporate America Can Learn From Physicians: It's All In How You Treat People
by Judith Lindenberger - Feb, 2011
Published in OD/Leadership News, ASTD, May 2006 Recently, the literature in medical economics has caught up with conventional wisdom in terms of medical malpractice lawsuits. What has become apparent is that people are less likely to sue doctors whom they believe have acted in their best interest and who communicate with them clearly and kindly. In plain English, doctors have discovered that good bedside manner is good busi...
 
  4 Essentials for Reaching out to strangers on LinkedIn
by Joshua Waldman - Feb, 2011
Last week, I received an info interview request from a total stranger as a direct message on LinkedIn. And despite my very busy schedule, I decided to take his call. Over the weekend, I asked myself, “Why did I agree”? Let’s take his email apart and put it into 4 essential elements so that you can use them in your own LinkedIn communications. First, here’s the email I got over LinkedIn from J. : Hi Joshua, I notice...
 
  The 5 Tenets of Career Enlightenment
by Joshua Waldman - Feb, 2011
Desperation can make us do strange things. If you’ve ever been laid off, you may recall those first few weeks of shock and disbelief. Then questions arise such as, “how am I going to pay my bills?” or “what’s going to happen to me?” The anxiety sets in. And it’s at this point that you’re the most vulnerable to making a bad career mistake. All of the great stuff you’ve learned about managing your career goes out the wi...
 
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