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  Yet Another Reason to Clean Up Your Facebook Profile
by Lindsey Pollak - Jul, 2011
Over the years I’ve written multiple posts about the importance of cleaning up your online image and, specifically, your Facebook profile. When I first wrote about this topic in 2007, I found a study by the Ponemon Institute, a privacy think tank, reporting that 35 percent of hiring managers used Google to do online background checks on job candidates, and 23 percent admitted to looking people up on social networking sites....
 
  Your Digital Dirt May Have Just Gotten Messier
by Barbara Safani - Jul, 2011
I’ve been writing about employers who Google candidates prior to interviewing them or hiring them for some time, but the stakes on using information found online to make a hiring decision just got higher. AOL recently reported that the Federal Trade Commission recently granted background check company Social Intelligence permission to search information from people’s social networking sites as part of routine background che...
 
  Talk about commitment – career coaching in the janitor’s closet!
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2011
During one of my recent career coaching groups, client Brent admitted he had been attending our career coaching calls from some very interesting places at his company. Brent is one of the most committed clients I have ever worked with. I’m constantly impressed with his positive attitude, his willingness to take a look at the tough obstacles in his way, and he is the first one to take action on our homework every week. On t...
 
  Are You a Reactor or a Responder?
by Andy Robinson - Jun, 2011
As a leader, as a human, it's natural and instinctive to REACT to a situation -- allowing our EMOTIONS to drive our immediate behavior. Many times, our initial/immediate reaction is something we regret later or is something we realize could have been handled much better. Great leaders are conscious of their reaction and response to situations. The best leaders substitute reaction with a conscious RESPONSE to a given situ...
 
  Why "Grunt Work" Matters
by Lindsey Pollak - Jun, 2011
I’ve become increasingly distressed over the years by the number of students and recent grads who complain to me that their jobs or internships contain too much “grunt work.” (Interestingly, these complaints have not slowed at all in the bad economy, when one might think any job, including one that requires some “gruntage,” is better than none.) First, let’s define this yucky phrase. According to a (possibly dubious?) entr...
 
  Observe Those You Admire Most
by Andy Robinson - Jun, 2011
Make it a point to observe the people you respect -- those who really seem to "walk" the leadership talk and inspire others. • What EXACTLY do they do that draws their team members to them? • What actions do they take that really seem to uplift others? • What key behaviors stand out? • What is distinctly different or unique about the way they interact with others? Observing is a great way to learn. Look fo...
 
  Positivity at Work
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jun, 2011
I was recently working with one of my San Francisco Bay Area executive coaching clients – the president of a mid-sized company. We discussed how to develop a positive mindset. My executive coaching client and I further discussed creating a culture of positivity can help the company’s sales force seal more deals. I am coaching my client on how company leaders can change the way people think and act to create a more positive...
 
  Helpful Tips to Keep Your Career In Shape
by Hallie Crawford - Jun, 2011
With today’s economy there is no such thing as job security. We can no longer sit back and assume we are getting a paycheck. Here’s how to keep your career in tip top shape: Manage your career. Realize it’s your best asset and be proactive. Set goals for where you want to be in 6 months, 1 year, and 5 years. Create an image of where you want to be. Communicate with peers and supervisor regularly so you know how you’re...
 
  Txting Talk – What do U think?
by Valerie Sokolosky - Jun, 2011
Parents, teachers, and now bosses, fear it. The dreaded omg, the hated lol, and the wrong ur. I read articles recently about teachers’ thoughts on how this new vocabulary is sneaking itself into students’ assignments. From amused to angry, these teachers all recognize that they have to deal with this trend. It got me thinking, in the professional world, what should our response be? Should we recognize that the “times are a’cha...
 
  Climbing Up the Proverbial Corporate Ladder
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Jun, 2011
If your goal is to climb the career ladder, you need to continuously market yourself. Successful marketing is necessary during networking, interviewing, and moving ahead in your career. Never stop selling your skills, abilities, and accomplishments once you land a new job. Keep learning new skills to maintain your marketability. Lifelong learning Moving ahead in your career requires you to continually update and enhance...
 
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