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  Tips to survive email overload – recent study exposes significant impact on productivity
by Joan Lloyd - Apr, 2011
Do you receive too much email? Do you send too much email? Does your email have a negative affect on your productivity? How many hours a day do you spend on email? Those were the questions the IABC (International Association of Business Communicators) asked their members around the globe recently. Any guesses about their responses? Their answers, in a nutshell were: Yes, Yes, Yes, too much. I’ve been hearing simila...
 
  Supervisory Skills to Manage Recent College Grads
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
Millions of recent college graduates enter the workplace yearly. These new college graduates bring new skills, high expectations and anxiety to the workplace. Supervisors who manage recent college graduates also come into these new working relationships with anticipation and anxiety; concerned about the steps involved in professionally developing these new graduates. To help these college graduates develop into the professiona...
 
  Establishing Your Social Media Personality
by Michael Cohn - Apr, 2011
In your professional life, you interact with people online and you interact with people face to face. Have you ever asked yourself if your personality is the same in each case? It is important to establish a consistent online personality. It is important to try to have as consistent a personality as possible when you are interacting online and when you are interacting with people in person. With this in mind, you need to have...
 
  Getting the Most out of Your LinkedIn Profile
by Michael Cohn - Apr, 2011
LinkedIn is one of the best-quality and most effective professional social media networks. It is well worth using, knowing well, and optimizing. Once you have set up your profile with basic (and complete) information, you should explore its other features. Some of the features that you should definitely take advantage of when building your LinkedIn profile are applications, recommendations, Resume Builder and LinkedIn Answer...
 
  Your Online Business Connections — Quality vs Quantity
by Michael Cohn - Apr, 2011
There are two schools of thought when it comes to online connections. One school believes that you should gather as many connections as possible from your various social media channels. The other believes that you should choose your connections carefully. If you have a strong Internet presence, you must get numerous invitations through your social media channels to connect with other people. Many of the people who wish to con...
 
  Working with a career coach through your career transition
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
Working with a career coach or career counselor can be a invaluable investment for your career transition. I can’t tell you how many times I have potential clients contact me and say, “I read these career books but I still don’t know what I want to do”, “I took a career assessment online and it told me I should be a circus clown”, or something they were not interested in at all. I understand how this feels. Some of us feel lik...
 
  Behavioral Interview Quiz - Do you have Executive Aptitude?
by Sharon Cohen - Apr, 2011
• Worried about Behavioral Interviews? • Wonder if you have executive aptitude? • How will a recruiter know that you are the 'one'? Take the Behavioral Interview Quiz. Show you have what it takes to succeed! Recently, I've received a flurry of career coaching requests which all pertain to behavioral interviews and/or executive aptitude. A behavioral interview is intended to access executive aptitude. Even if you don...
 
  Career Advice from Bossypants
by Lindsey Pollak - Apr, 2011
I just finished reading Tina Fey’s new book, Bossypants, and I absolutely loved it. Fey shares a fair amount of career advice in the book, especially for women in male-dominated industries like comedy, and I wanted to share one passage that particularly stood out to me as excellent advice for both women and men. Fey tells the story of Amy Poehler, new to Saturday Night Live at the time, playing around in the SNL writer...
 
  Cultivating Meaningful LinkedIn Connections
by Michael Cohn - Apr, 2011
Anybody who has any professional life at all (or even those who don’t) should have a profile on LinkedIn. It isn’t enough to have a profile. The profile must be complete and it must be working for you effectively. LinkedIn is an extremely effective way to build relationships that will eventually lead to opportunities for you in business. It is also a great way to strengthen your network, keep it strong and get the most out of...
 
  How to Turn an Internship into a Job: A Q&A with Nate Whitson of Intern Match
by Lindsey Pollak - Apr, 2011
This week’s post is a Q&A session with Nate Whitson from Intern Match. As you’ll see, Nate shares some valuable tips and pointers on getting, keeping and making the most of internships. 1. How has the internship world changed over the past 5 to 10 years? The value and importance of internships have changed in many ways over the last 10 years. First, internship experience has evolved from simply a resume booster to esse...
 
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