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  The Price of “Going Leaderless”—Lessons from the Libyan Rebels
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
It’s a case of follow the leader. That’s how organizations are designed to function. We expect leaders to lead. Some do and some don’t. We know our success is connected to them, either directly or indirectly. The clearer their direction, the more optimistic we feel. Now I’ve worked for or with managers who couldn’t lead themselves out of a paper bag. They would either: - Do what their employees wanted—the avenue...
 
  The Yellow Legal Pad
by Suzanne Bates - Apr, 2011
Some years ago I had a boss who demonstrated how easy it is to get the best ideas from people. I was a television reporter at then-CBS-owned WCAU-TV in Philadelphia. Every morning at 8 am (an ungodly hour for those of us who worked the 11:00 pm news) the entire team of reporters and producers crammed into a standing-room only glass-walled office at the center of the newsroom. My boss started each meeting the same way - by o...
 
  When You Don’t Know, Find Someone Who Does—Like Jack Nadel
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
Success is the prize. Seeking it gets us to make the effort. Sadly, our efforts don’t always deliver the success we’re after. We look around and wonder what we’re doing wrong. Now it’s time talk to someone who’s been through it all. Enter Jack Nadel. At this writing, Nadel is in his late 80s. He spent 65 years in business, primarily in product sales, as founder of Jack Nadel International. After serving as a decor...
 
  10 Career Risks of the Sleep-Deprived. You?
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
Sleep is for wimps. Do some people make you feel that way? Time to refute! We’ve become a tired workforce, exhausted even. We work long hours, stay up late for household chores/family time and/or to socialize with friends. When we lay down to sleep, we often can’t or the quality is poor. Sleep matters. Sometimes we treat sleep like it’s an accessory, not a necessity, to our success. Be...
 
  4 Ways to Make Personal Branding in Your Resume More Personal
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
One important aspect of writing a top-notch resume is ensuring that yours stands out among the many others that sit on a hiring manager’s desk. This isn’t always an easy feat, considering that many of the dozens of applicants competing for the position are likely very talented. But while your competition may be talented, they are not you. In other words, you have unique attributes that make you inherently qualified for this...
 
  5 Ways to Improve Your Cover Letter Introduction
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
Creating a proper introduction is perhaps the most important part of writing a cover letter because it introduces hiring managers to you and helps them decide whether they want to know more about you. There are often a lot of mistakes made when writing cover letter introductions. To help you avoid them, let’s look at what some are and how you can make the changes necessary to improve your cover letter. Avoid Starting with “...
 
  Audits Aim to Stop Employers from Hiring Undocumented Workers
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
The Obama administration has launched a major initiative to hold employers accountable for hiring undocumented workers and illegal immigrants. The primary investigative tool being used to uncover undocumented workers is an audit of the employers' employment records. The Star Tribune is reporting that at least 2000 undocumented workers in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, were fired because of inability to prove thei...
 
  Is a Follow-Up Call Better Than a Follow-Up E-mail?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
Being a part of a technology-driven society that regularly encourages electronic communication, it makes sense that a job seeker would feel justified in handling any part of a job application process in this manner. However, after a job interview, it’s important to note that the rules change a little bit. It Depends When it comes to choosing whether to follow up an interview with a phone call or an e-mail, it may be bes...
 
  Is Your Executive Resume Placing You Among the Top-6 Candidates?
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Apr, 2011
When sifting through executive resumes, many hiring managers decide that they will choose six candidates to interview for a position. Of course, this number fluctuates depending on the circumstances, but for many companies, six is the magic number. So how can you increase your chances of becoming one of the top six candidates—those who are most likely to be called in for an interview? Make No Mistakes on the Resume A...
 
  New Employees Can Mean Trouble | Managing Team Chemistry
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
A filled vacancy starts with optimism. The boss is high on what the new employee can add to the team. Existing employees are relieved they didn’t have to absorb more work. Bosses usually start with an announcement before the person shows up. Employees hear about the new hire’s capabilities and experiences. They often hear high praise for how s/he will strengthen the team. Enough already! New employees mean change....
 
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