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  • Using Social Media to Engage Employees and Share Your Company Values with the World
    by Steve Farber - October 3, 2018
    72 percent say social media is meaningful in business. Here’s my four-point plan to use it to engage employees and show the world what your company values. We’re well past the time when social media is optional. You already know that and are probably looking to improve your reach and influence . . . and you’re right. Training magazine’s 2018 survey of more than 500 learning and development profession...
  • Creating an Agile Process: What Does it Take?
    by Alexandra Levit - October 2, 2018
    Many organizations pride themselves on having predictable policies and procedures that drive performance and growth. However, given the rate of change in today's business world, sometimes being inflexible can be a problem rather than a solution. Having an agile process can help. Agile processes are plans that involve advance planning and organization but also allow you to quickly change course if needed. To learn how bu...
  • The Average Person Wastes 50 Minutes a Day in the Car. Here's How to Reclaim That Time.
    by Steve Farber - October 2, 2018
    It’s understandable that a lot of people complain about their commutes to and from work, appointments, or client meetings. I don’t. It’s not that I like being cut off in traffic or sitting at stoplights; it’s just that I have learned to see the time I spend driving as an opportunity. A recent AAA survey says the average American adult drives 17,600 minutes—that’s almost 300 hours—ev...
  • Capable vs Competitive
    by Sherri Edwards - October 1, 2018
    A strong job market with low levels of unemployment would appear to be good news, but it can also be misleading. There may be many available jobs, but that doesn’t mean a person lacking key qualifications or relevant experience will easily secure a role in a new field or discipline. It will take more than an employer’s desperation to prompt them to hire an “unproven” resource. There is a huge differe...
  • Unemployed? Count These Blessings
    by Carole Kanchier - October 1, 2018
    Are you unemployed? Has your partner been laid off? Do stories about layoffs worry you? Don’t despair. Unemployment can be a blessing in disguise. Regardless of age or occupation, people who have positive attitudes, work hard, and take time to reevaluate goals usually come out ahead. They become stronger, wiser, more confident and fully employed. Weathering unemployment 1. Understand basic psychological pri...
  • 10 Ways to Stay Motivated in a Long Job Search
    by Thea Kelley - September 28, 2018
    At some point, many of us find ourselves in a job search that’s taking longer than we expected. It might be due to our age, a gap in employment, a change in our industry – or simply that the luck of “happening to know someone” that got us into a past job isn’t turning up right now. And since employers want to hire motivated people, problems with job search motivation can create a vicious cycle....
  • 3 Shifts To Free Yourself From Perfectionism
    by Melody Wilding - September 27, 2018
    In the real world there are no gold stars for effort or report cards to gauge your progress. Yet a common mistake is treating work like school. As CEO and author, Sallie Krawcheck points out: Let’s not confuse what made us successful in school for what can make us successful in our careers. While an honor roll mindset can translate into a drive to succeed that lands you deals and accolades, it can easily le...
  • Keeping LinkedIn Relevant
    by Mary Jeanne Vincent - September 26, 2018
    Congratulations! You finally made the time to create a professional LinkedIn profile and it looks pretty darn good, if you do say so yourself. Here are some do’s and don’ts for keeping it relevant. Regularly add to your contacts. A robust network is your ticket to ongoing success. When you meet new business associates, clients or colleagues add them to your network — the sooner, the better. When you head b...
  • Navigating the Informational Interview
    by Paul Freiberger - September 26, 2018
    Not every interview in your job search is a job interview. Consider the informational interview. An informational interview is a chance to meet briefly with someone in your field and talk about that person’s company, her career, and the industry as a whole. It’s as simple as that. It’s also a crucial facet of a best practice job search. Unlike a job interview, the informational interview lacks a predete...
  • 6 Things to Research About a Company Before An Interview
    by Lisa Rangel - September 25, 2018
    Researching the company you're interviewing with is a must, and almost all job candidates do it to some degree. However, many candidates don't research thoroughly enough or research the right things. So, below are the most important things to research about a company before an interview, which will ensure that you're as informed as you can be and that you stand out from other applicants. 1. Research the company&...