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We Continue to Miss the Texting Opportunity In HR...

HR’s never been accused of being on the bleeding edge, and any type of social media or communications usually finds HR pros trailing the pack. Take social media as an example. Lots of potholes. Full of traps. No wonder you...

SOS: Your Colleague is Making You Look Like A Loser

It’s a universal experience. You and a same-aged colleague with a similar background and education start out at identical places in your careers. It’s probably on the bottom rung. You know the same people, do the same things. And then...

The changing resume (Infographic)

The resume is constantly evolving. Here are some of the ways that resumes are changing from Davitt Corporate Partners:

Has Job Hopping Become a Habit? Ask These Questions Before You Leap

Are you ready for a new job, or are you just bored? Use these exercises to find out whether all your job hopping is justified. The post Has Job Hopping Become a Habit? Ask These Questions Before You Leap appeared first on Brazen Lif...

Clear Writing Becomes Part of Your Personal Brand

Clear writing comes from clear thinking. Whether writing an email, a proposal, an article, here’s a simple 4-step test to ask yourself. It’s a must after each completed document before you hit “send.” It is equally important after each...Show More Summary

Respect Email Expectations

I’ve read a few good posts recently about the need for schedule management. So naturally, I feel compelled to toss in my two-cents. The first one that crossed my desk was from the Harvard Business Review titled “Your Late Night Emails are Hurting Your Team”. Show More Summary

We invite your contributions to a second book on People Artistry

We want your help with the next book on People Artistry at Work We need your help. As part of the project, I am creating portraits of People Artists in one week. I am requesting 11 minutes of your time this week to either interview you by phone or have you respond to the 5 questions below […]

Character Assassination Won't Get You To Your Destination

In the past few days I've heard people criticising all 7 of the UK leaders that appeared on a televised political debate on ITV last week. This morning 3 other political figures in the UK, Gordon Brown, Thatcher and Alex Salmon were similarly attacked in the various newspapers and on social media. Show More Summary

Interviewing Strategies That Convert to Job Offers

Regardless of level, education, field, industry, experience or age, the overwhelming majority of American job seekers are apprehensive about interviewing. It’s part of a human being’s DNA to want acceptance from others. Nobody likes to be rejected or judged, though it’s a necessary part of interviewing. Show More Summary

Carve Out Social Times to Connect at Work

#79 Carve Out Social Times Schedule regular social time for people to connect. Genentech has weekly Friday afternoon social times where they serve drinks and snacks. We know a manager who orders pizza and salad for his team every other Friday. Show More Summary

Can Money Buy Happiness? It Depends

It’s well known that people who win the lottery aren’t necessarily happy, in fact many fall into depression when friends and family threaten them or try to control their life. Big winnings can come with big costs as greed of others hurts...Show More Summary

Ask and You Shall Receive

American society places a lot of value in the lone maverick, scraping and scrapping his way to the top. But in reality, no one reaches success without the help of others. Unfortunately, many people don’t ask for help, either because they’re afraid they’ll be perceived as weak or unknowledgable or because they fear rejection. Show More Summary

Lazy: A Manifesto

“Tim Kreider’s writing is heartbreaking, brutal and hilarious—usually at the same time. He can do in a few pages what I need several hours of screen time and tens of millions to accomplish. And he does it better. Come to think of it, I’d rather not do a blurb. I am beginning to feel bad […]

15 Reasons Your Employees Should (or Shouldn’t) Rep Your Brand on Social Media

Do you expect employees to help support your company brand on social media? Why or why not? The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. Show More Summary

10 Tips For Your Nursing Job Search

Here are 10 tips to help nurses maximize their results with job boards and 2 other tools so they can spend more time engaged with other job search tactics. The post 10 Tips For Your Nursing Job Search appeared first on BluePipes Blo...

Online course: Best practices for leveraging INTJ strengths (and how to be a likable INTJ )

This course includes four days of live video sessions and additional email-based course materials. The course meets May 11 – 14 8pm – 9pm EST. You can watch the video on demand if you can’t make the live session. The price is $195, but if you sign up in the next five days, the cost...

Stuff the Capitalist (aka KD) Likes: Big Failures, As Illustrated by the WWE...

Who am I? Who cares? Good questions. It's my site, so I'm going dig in once in a awhile by telling you more about who I am - via a "Stuff I Like" series. Nothing too serious, just exploring the...

How to Convince Your Parents That Working for Yourself Is a Good Idea

Family not wild about your decision to begin working for yourself? They’ll come around if you follow these seven steps. The post How to Convince Your Parents That Working for Yourself Is a Good Idea appeared first on Brazen Life.

Social Selling Strategies for Personal Brands

When it comes to making sales, we often don’t consider using social media. While this is a marketing tool used mainly for building relationships and visibility, there are several ways to attract loyal buyers to your niche. Social media marketing by itself is not enough to attract buyers to your brand’s products or services. Show More Summary

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