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  • 3 Tips for Leaders Who Engage on Social Media
    by Marshall Goldsmith - May 2, 2018
    Some relationships are permanent; examples can include our families, life partners, close friends, and professional colleagues. These are lifelong bonds we form with some people. Other relationships are transient. Transient relationships with friends, acquaintances, coworkers and colleagues can be highly enriching or quickly forgotten and last for a few days or a few years, either way, they are temporary. Today we have a...
  • 5 Easy Ways To Makeover Your Sales Resume Now
    by Michelle Dumas - April 13, 2018
    If you want your sales resume to make the final cut to land you an interview for your dream sales job–whether that is an inside or outside sales or as a hunter or farmer sales representative–it is time to let go of outdated rules. Time for a Sales Resume Makeover Making over your sales resume using updated resume writing best practices will improve your job search results. It will ensure you get past the comp...
  • 13 Qualities to Look for in Your Next Business Speaker
    by Steve Farber - April 12, 2018
    Every business leader I know is looking for the same thing: An edge. They all want that elusive something that will get their team and their organization ahead of — or keep them ahead of — their competition. And one place many look for it is by investing in the wisdom of an outsider — the professional business speaker. Yeah, that’s me. But I’m one of many, some good and some, well … cave...
  • Quester Traits
    by Carole Kanchier - April 2, 2018
    Today we see the beginnings of a ground-shaking new wave of developments, with artificial intelligence as the primary driver but also genomics, blockchain, 3D printing, nanotechnology, virtual reality, and more discoveries gaining recognition. How can we manage our way through these upheavals to create the best possible opportunities and outcomes? We can strengthen Quester traits. Questers are described in the award winn...
  • Anyone Can Be a Recruiter, Right?
    by Kris Dunn - September 12, 2017
    It's a profession with limited barriers to entry and literally a million agency/corporate positions available. It's a profession where the hardest workers and the most entrepreneurial usually get the best results. It's a profession looked at with disdain by many candidates who are sick of hearing from members of said profession. SO - Anyone can be a recruiter, right? I bring this up for the following re...
  • Sell Me This Pen!
    by Debra Wheatman - September 8, 2017
    Gimmicks—video resumes, sending cookies to your interviewer, etc.—will not get you hired. But what about those situations in which the candidate is subjected to gimmicks, and is asked to perform parlor tricks for the interviewer? Yet another symptom of the lack of interview training on the part of managers, these types of questions are highly effective—at screening out top talent. My client Jeff has 20 yea...
  • If You Try To Server Everyone In Your Business, You'll Serve No One Well
    by Kathy Caprino - September 5, 2017
    In my work as a trainer for new coaches, we focus on helping them refine their niche, and play bigger and stronger within that niche. I’m passionate about this because it took me far too many years (and a lot of wasted money and opportunities) to finally brave up and put a stake in the ground as to what I was keenly passionate to do as a coach. Why did it take forever? Because I was deeply afraid that the more narrow and...
  • 6 Right Ways to Use Job Boards... and One Wrong Way
    by Lisa Rangel - August 11, 2017
    I am a huge advocate of networking with new contacts and existing connections to land your next job. Studies from CareerXRoads, JobVite and SHRM and others show networking to be the most effective way to get hired. However, that does not mean a job seeker should ignore job boards in conducting their job search. There is a right way – actually I’ve listed six right ways, and one wrong way to use job boards,...
  • Where Truck Drivers Will Lose Their Jobs In the Next 25 Years
    by Kris Dunn - August 2, 2017
    There are 1.8 million truck drivers in the U.S., making it one of the largest occupations in the country. There are tens of thousands of truck drivers in most major metropolitan areas. Also, not really represented in the chart above - most rural areas that lost light manufacturing or textile mills at the end of the last century transitioned a bunch of male workers from manufacturing to driving trucks, because it was the o...
  • Pursue Your Goals With Passion
    by Steve Farber - July 19, 2017
    The summit of Denali (formerly known as Mount McKinley) is 20,310 feet above sea level, and Werner Berger was 200 feet from the peak. Just another 20 minutes of climbing and he would cross the tallest mountain in North America off his list. The weather, however, had turned nasty. And rather than risk getting caught in a whiteout, Berger’s group turned back. “Everybody was so disappointed for me and wondered how...