Email has become an often unwelcome flood in people's inboxes. Here are some ways to get more of yours read.
Don’t let the “job hopper” label -- and its stigma -- stop you from nailing your next job interview. Here’s what you need to do. The post How to Use Frequent Job Changes to Your Advantage appeared first on Brazen Life.
I’m writing this from 900 feet above sea level on the upcountry slopes of Haleakala on Maui. This week I’ve been fortunate enough to spend time on Maui visiting friends & family and also going to places I have been visiting for many years. Show More Summary
I bought a management book the other day. Very specialized. Highly praised. Far from cheap. Ordered it from Amazon due to its top ratings. The book is painfully bad. Now let me be generous. There are perhaps four or five reasonably good chapters in its 400-plus pages. Show More Summary
(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by Kronos, the global leader in delivering workforce management solutions in the cloud. The Boston Globe named Kronos number one on their annual Top Places to Work list. Congrats to them – very well deserved! Enjoy the post.) My new fascination is wearable technology (aka wearables). Show More Summary
Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be. - Abraham Lincoln
Want to be successful? Here are seven bad habits you must drop immediately if you want to be successful in your job, your business, and your life. The post 7 Bad Habits To Drop If You Want To Be Successful appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
There are three distinct stages of your dream job journey, and knowing them will help you learn how you can get to the next level. Here they are... The post How To Conquer The 3 Stages Of Your Dream Job Journey appeared first on CAREEREALISM.
Guest post by Marina Christopher It doesn’t matter how creatively formatted or well-written a resume and cover letters may be. When it comes to deciding whether a prospective candidate is the right fit or not for a given position, interviews are essential. It is during the interview where candidates can get the best “feel” for [...]Show More Summary
"Justified" is simply one of the best shows on television.
Political Calculations has the video on how to fold a world champion paper airplane.
Part of this afternoon was spent facilitating the discussions of a client team working on a communications and coordination manual. We've been gathering and clarifying a variety of procedures and this was "final draft day." The team has representatives from two departments with multiple disciplines and very different cultures. Show More Summary
Google still says it's committed to putting Glass on consumers' faces, but developers are shifting their focus to making enterprise apps.
Market research company eMarketer predicts that by 2016 India will surpass the US as the second largest Internet user population.
I had a revelation recently. New Years The end of the Annual JobMob Guest Blogging Contest always coincides with the beginning of the fall and Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year. Growing up in Canada, my dad the businessman would also talk about the beginning of the fiscal year. Show More Summary
Before you hit the road with your team, read these tips for how to make your trip a success from start to finish.
Make sure your next milestone meeting results in more than a very large bar tab.
Smartphones and tablets are increasingly encroaching upon the workplace. Perhaps it's time to show them the door.
Many problems can and should be resolved by smart employees without sending issues back up the ladder. Here are 8 specific examples.
A look at how to build an honest reputation and stay real as a startup founder.