Brand Story in a Social Media World
by Walter Akana - Jun, 2011
At the invitation of Sarah Behunek, Director of Alumni Relations, I had the privilege of doing a video shoot, with Tonya Riggs Clement, for the University of Colorado Leeds Business School. In case you don't know who she is, Tonya is one of the Everest Peace Climbers. In fact, she’s the twentieth American woman to scale Everest, and the fifth of just nine American women to have reached the top via the treacherous North Rid...
It's All in the Follow Up: What to Do After a Networking Meeting
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Jun, 2011
After a networking meeting, it's important to follow up with a thank you letter. Start out by thanking the individual with whom you met. State the specific advice and leads you were given. Say you will keep in touch and do keep in touch! Add the individual to your contact management system. Follow up with your network every month with an update on your search, pass along an article or other piece of information the indivi...
Networking: Anywhere, Anytime
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Jun, 2011
I'm always touting the importance of networking and try to practice what I preach. I've been flying across the country presenting worshops and try to strike up a conversation with whomever is sitting next to me on the airplane. Of course, I try to gauge whether or not they're open to talking. If they whip out their book and don't exchange pleasantries, I leave them alone. On a recent trip to Lansing, Michigan, I sat next to a ...
Are you strategic or authentic?
by Christine Hassler - Jun, 2011
“Good communication does not mean that you have to speak in perfectly formed sentences and paragraphs. It isn’t about slickness. Simple and clear go a long way.” -John Kotter Is your communication clear or calculated? A theme in many of my sessions this week with clients was a desire to talk about a conversation they were anticipating having and get advice on what to say. After they told me the story behind the a...
How to Be Strategic in Your People Operations
by Emily Chardac - Jun, 2011
I think it’s human nature to make assumptions on employees, candidates, and the general public based on your cultural background, religious practices, moral upbringings, and past life experiences. By no means is this a personality default, but something to be aware of. The challenge with getting in the habit of doing so is putting you at risk of not being able to think outside the box. It’s easy to hire someone who is exactly ...
Want Better Results? Have Better Conversations
by Elizabeth Freedman - Jun, 2011
What would it mean to your business if¡. Sales professionals had better conversations with prospects? Leaders had better conversations with clients? Managers had better conversations with their teams? Employees had better conversations with each other? It isn¡¯t any secret that it makes bottom-line sense to have great conversationalists within your organization. Did you know: ¡Ì Organizations who rate high on...
by Emily Chardac - May, 2011
Are you a job seeker looking for the next opportunity that will propel you into professional success? You have a well written cover letter, flawless resume, and have been applying online via the job boards. Frustrated, you haven’t seen measurable results in your efforts. A few phone screens here and there, but nothing substantial leading you to a job offer. Or maybe you’re perfectly happy in your current job and don’t anticipa...
Invaluable Resources for Job Search Success
by Heather Mundell - May, 2011
Embarking on a job search is a lot like heading out on a backpacking trip. Sure, you could show up at the trailhead with only a liter of water, a granola bar and an indomitable spirit. But come the afternoon, after the biting flies have found you and your granola bar is a distant memory, your energy starts to flag. By nightfall, as the cold sets in and you realize you're lost, you know it's time to turn back. Just like a ba...
MAKE THAT NET-WORK
by Wendy Adams - May, 2011
The old adage of its not what you know, but who you know will never go out of style. We see it daily represented in almost anything publically displayed in the media. Now that media is currently most strongly held in the hands of the people, there is no shortage of proof that power is grown by the more people you know; the greater the access you have to these people and by the diversity of people you know. We are expanding ...
Getting Started on LinkedIn: Advice for Recent Grads
by Lindsey Pollak - May, 2011
In honor of LinkedIn’s IPO on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday, I thought it would be a good time to share some reminders about why the site is valuable to young professionals and how to use it effectively. As the largest and most vibrant professional social network in the world (100 million members in over 200 countries and counting), LinkedIn provides a wealth of opportunities for personal branding, networking and fi...
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