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Social Recruiting With Facebook Graph Search [INFOGRAPHIC] With the launch of Facebook’s highly anticipated search feature, the way we can find people online has been completely transformed. And when it comes to social recruiting, Facebook Graph Search allows for an entirely new view of both passive and active candidates. Facebook Graph Search is taking traditional content search by storm by allowing users [...] March 11, 2013 • Continue Reading
Start-Up Passion In So Good They Can’t Ignore You , I argue that “follow your passion” is bad advice.
It has been almost impossible to go online or pick up a newspaper in the last couple of weeks without reading about Sheryl Sandberg’s tips on ” leaning in”. covered in Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Dorothy Dalton hopes that the discussions ignited by Sandberg, which has attracted a veritable host of born again feminists, produces results not just celebrity branded hot air. We need more than talking in “circles” Read more » Dorothy Dalton decided to practise what she coaches and get out of the office! She set up a networking lunch with Inge Geerdens, Belgian entrepreneur, Founder of CV Warehouse and LinkedIn Thought Leader.
The Savvy Intern by YouTern | High-quality, mentor-based internships at the World's Coolest Companies!Twenty-something Perspective: 5 Keys to Building a Personal Network No doubt: the Internet and social media has fundamentally changed the way we communicate and network. On the other hand, networking has become almost too casual online. For example, anyone can “endorse” your skills on LinkedIn. I love networking online because I can talk to people I may not have ever had a chance to in real life. However, I still understand that I need to build a relationship before I ask anything from them.
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March Madness Lost Productivity Argument is Dead Posted by: Cali Ressler on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 12:00:00 am For as long as this blog has existed, there has been one story each year that we have always counted on. Each spring, reporters and employers rehash arguments about this ... WordPress Focuses on Results Not 'Pretense'
Have you ever had a boss that clearly had his (or her, of course) act together? He seemed to have all the answers, could grasp the core issue of a problem and resolve it on the fly, and understood every aspect of the business from everyone’s perspective – employees, vendors, customers, even prospects. This all made him the focal point of everyone’s attention. Everything emanated from him, and everything that was sought but not found could be asked of him.