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  4 Ways to Succeed at a Start-Up
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2011
I recently had the opportunity to meet Sarah Fudin, a young professional working with 2tor, Inc, an education start-up company that partners with elite universities to bring master degree programs online, in particular USC's Masters in Teaching online program. Sarah felt that my readers needed some tips for succeeding in a start-up organization, and here's what she suggested: Be prepared to work hard and expect rewards: Th...
 
  Do You Talk About Yourself Too Much at Work?
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2011
Some people start out just wanting to share quality information, and so others listen to them in order to learn and reap of the benefit of the experience and knowledge. Unfortunately, many of these same people become addicted to the attention paid to them, and they gradually become narcissistic. Their advice becomes less about situations that apply to the audience in general, and more about, well, them. Their conversations...
 
  How To Make Money Off Your Social Media Skills
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2011
Who better to learn from than someone who has been successful at what you're trying to do? That's the case with Alexis Grant, a former writer and editor at US News and World Report who has just launched a thriving social media consultancy. Alexis has written a book, How to Build a Part-Time Social Media Business, and was kind enough to share some of its highlights with us: 1. Recognize the opportunity. Yes, most people ma...
 
  Okay, I Will Write About Women Executives, But I Hate That I Have To
by Suzanne Bates - Nov, 2011
As a woman who writes about leadership, I get invited to talk to a LOT of women's groups. It's fun, A glass of Pinot Grigio, a little conversation about Jimmy Choos, what could be better? I really really really really WANT to be part of the conversation... helping women succeed. Hey, I can still remember being the first woman to anchor a newscast (my first job). I can remember reporting from the Moscone Center when Geraldin...
 
  Why a LinkedIn Profile Is Crucial for C-Level Executives
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2011
LinkedIn has become the go-to site for individuals who want to display all aspects of their professional life in one place. By setting up a profile you can showcase your resume, display your professional websites and blogs, garner recommendations, catch up with former associates, and acquire new networking contacts. There’s currently no better online “catch all” for professionals hoping to gain exposure with recruiters and...
 
  CHERRY-PICKING
by Nan S. Russell - Nov, 2011
Personable and enthusiastic about her work, it took me months to uncover the problem. Calling Cheryl to my office for a quick question, I inquired why the information I needed wasn't in the file. "Oh," responded Cheryl, "I haven't done the filing yet." Thinking she misunderstood what I needed, I explained that what I was looking for was from four months ago. "Yeah, that filing's not done yet," she said matter-of-factly....
 
  How Gen Y navigates time — and life
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2011
I’ve been working with members of the Millennial Generation (those born approximately 1980 to 1995) for about 10 years now, and one of my biggest observations is that they always seem to be busy. High school and college students are shuttling between classes, sports, clubs, jobs and social engagements. Young professionals are working full-time and starting businesses on the side. And, of course, they’re accomplishing all of...
 
  Dream job 101: Ask the tough questions
by Hallie Crawford - Nov, 2011
I was working with Ben, one of my group coaching clients, recently. He’s drafting his career mission statement. This is usually a tough job at first, but once it starts to click it can be inspirational for everyone. Your job search can really take off once you’ve defined this. If you want to begin writing your career mission statement ask yourself these tough, critical questions and think about them. Take time to muse on th...
 
  Too many career ideas? It’s time to piece them together!
by Hallie Crawford - Nov, 2011
This came up in one of my group career coaching calls – One of the participants, Bonnie, was asking about different ways to identify possible career paths that not only would she be interested in, but also qualified for. When most people come to me they have a list of different career ideas that on the surface look completely unrelated. But, once I start working with them and asking them why they have each idea on their lis...
 
  Clash Points at Work – How Are the Generations Different?
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Nov, 2011
My trusty old Toyota Camry overheated the other day. I had the car towed to my mechanic and called Enterprise Car Rental to pick me up. The driver of the pick-up van was pretty friendly so we started to talk. He’s 71 years old and a retired mortician. He works full time for Enterprise. I asked him what it was like working with mostly twenty year olds. He wisely told me that everyone got along pretty well probably due to...
 
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