Age of Connectedness - Collaboration is Your New Career Safety Net
by Dee McCrorey - Jan, 2010
In the new world of work collaboration is now more important to your career than ever before. How you learn to manage three key areas: People, Technology & Tools, and Decision-Making will differentiate you in business. Leveraging all three will not only keep you ahead of the curve at work, but will help you remain competitive in the ever-shifting marketplace. Collaboration and People If the "Great Recession" has taugh...
Thou Shall Not Slander
by Alexandra Levit - Jan, 2010
In the last few months, I have spotted no fewer than three examples of one person in our social networking community slandering another person in our social networking community. I use the word slander, although technically it's more like libel because the articles are written by bloggers who are read by thousands. I am not going to tell you who they are because A) I will not stoop to their level and B) that would send even...
Rules of Intimacy for Social Media
by Joshua Waldman - Jan, 2010
Social media can be a real time sink. There is no doubt. And with out a strategy, the danger of spending hours online and getting nothing accomplished is very real. So in response to this apparent need of saving people time online, 'Social Media Aggregation' services were invented. These services allow you to simply post your update once, and 40 of your social media sites get the update simultaneously. Seems like a good...
Learn About Networking, From Your Dog: Six New Networking Ideas for 2010!
by Sharon Cohen - Jan, 2010
Chester, my brown, Bearded Collie is the "networker" in the middle, with his mouth open. Chester, is the best networker I know! He is well-groomed, even tempered, playful, likes to share, friendly and confident. One time, a Barber-shop quartet even stopped to serenade him! People will remember your dog and dog’s name, even if they can’t remember your name! My dog Chester, even pointed me in the right direction, for my...
No Magic Bullet for Sales
by Barbara Giamanco - Jan, 2010
2009 will be a year remembered for many things. Most of them non too positive. Financial meltdowns, rampant greed, thousands put out of work. Fear, negativity, anger and often complete disrespect for other human beings showed up everywhere. For entrepreneurs, it proved tough just trying to make it through, while at the same time companies beat them down on price and strung out the process of paying their bills to boot. Sales o...
New Year, New Career: The
by Ford R. Myers - Jan, 2010
Do you hope to get your career on track in 2010, with more power and momentum than ever before? Even though we’re in a very challenging recession and a very bad job market, do you want to “buck the trend” and create breakthrough results? Are you prepared to create the focused and productive career that you know you are capable of having – one that will give you great satisfaction and financial reward? More than 75% of adult...
Top Three Ways to Find a Job in 2010
by Kevin Donlin - Dec, 2009
As 2009 draws to a close, most job seekers can only say, “Good riddance.” According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average job search as of November 2009 took 28.5 weeks -- more than 7 months. That’s the longest since record keeping began in 1948. But there is good news: People are still finding jobs, often faster than average. How are they doing it? From what I can see, talking to and counseling hundreds...
The Twitter Experiment
by Stephanie Thomas, Ph.D. - Dec, 2009
Experiments rarely tell us what we expect. That's the dirty secret of science. - Kevin Dunbar, Director of the Laboratory For Complex Thinking and Reasonsing, University of Toronto, Scarborough I began using Twitter in late September of this year, largely as an experiment. There were two primary motivators for the experiment. First, my partners and I were curious about using social media for business development purposes....
Trust Your Strategy, Not LinkedIn
by Joshua Waldman - Dec, 2009
LinkedIn is a very powerful SUV. I get in it for a road-trip. I turn it on, take it to the car wash. Then I realized that I have no idea where I want to go. The maps in the back seat pile up and spill over, leaving me in limbo. Where do I go now? Relying on technology to make our career decisions is probably the biggest fallacy any job seeker could make. In the 1970s, British economist E.F.Schumacher wrote that the...
Five Ways to Beat the Ugly Networking Stigma
by Kris Parfitt - Dec, 2009
“My intention is to meet five people at this function who I really connect with and that two of them eventually become clients.” My friend was impressed while somewhat doubtful of my declaration. My actual success that night was that I met ten people with whom I connected, but I didn’t find the opening to give all of them my business card. It’s not that I’m shy – by nature I’m quite the extrovert. But I have a stigma about ne...
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