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Coach’s Corner: Holiday Job Hunting

J.D. “Jim” Fox, Head Coach, Next Act Coaching I’ll bet you’ve heard this advice:  “Never look for a new job over the holidays.   Everyone goes away, and everything shuts down.” That hasn’t been my experience.  I’ve been hired in December more than once. True, some employers are frantic right now trying to enhance their year-end numbers,…

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Landing that Job: Techniques that Work

Martina Sanchez For many people, the thought of job-hunting can be stressful. It can a take a lot of time and effort and on top of your current job, getting rejection after rejection can take its toll on your confidence. Sometimes, even if you do get a job, you find out pretty quickly why the…

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Artificial Intelligence Takes on Talent Acquisition

Amanda Peterson, Enlightened Digital Almost 2 million individuals are preparing to receive bachelor’s degrees in May 2019, meaning a wave of fresh talent is gearing up to take the workforce by storm. With diplomas in hand, an eager generation of prospective employees are beginning their job search and sending resumes to dozens of human resource departments.…

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Paving the Way for Tomorrow’s Workforce

Tiffany Guarnaccia, CEO & Founder, Kite Hill PR & Founder, Communications Week The public relations industry is constantly in a state of reinvention thanks to an ever-evolving media landscape, the rise of new technologies and changes in the values of those in the workforce. In turn, the skills that will be relevant for PR professionals…

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Top 5 Reasons I Use LinkedIn Everyday

I have been a LinkedIn member since 2004 when I had 37 direct connections. Since that time I’ve built up my network to more than 16,000 direct connections, all through organic means. The power of the LinkedIn network has always been apparent to me and has resulted in everything from new jobs to consulting opportunities…

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Writing Skills Need Help: A Practical Guide To Help

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Writing skills are a must for anyone in the job market.  Regardless of your career path, the more you move up, the more you need to write.  Knowing how to structure your thoughts before putting them on paper, transferring them to paper and dealing with sentence and grammar structure are…

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Aging? 8 Mistakes You Are Making In Your Job Search

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Aging in your career? It happens to everyone and it’s not career ending. The biggest mistake  looking for a job when you’ve been in the workforce for a while is not being current. It’s a digital workforce now and you must market yourself accordingly. Here are the mistakes I seen…

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How to Use LinkedIn to Develop Your Personal Brand

By Kate Paine, Personal Brand Strategist Whether you’re a professional, a small business owner, or a job seeker, you need to recognize the importance of your personal brand. Your personal brand is the image you reflect, your story, your values, and your expertise. In essence, your personal brand is your reputation. The realization that “you”…

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6 Major Differences Between B2C and B2B Sales Strategies

Dan Sincavage, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Tenfold One of the most crucial aspects of your work as sales manager is to come up with an on-target sales strategy. Your B2B B2C strategy is a make or break. You may have the best talkers, presenters and deal makers in your team. (Heck, you may have…

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PR Disruption and Growth Opportunities

If you’re studying PR, or you’re working in the industry, the recent study from USC Annenberg should be by your bedside. The report covers the disruption of the PR industry, what’s changing, what talent is needed in the new model of PR, and where the industry is headed.  Here’s the CliffsNotes version: PR Agency Forecast Most PR agency…

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Measurement and Analytics Certificate Program

    This brand-new professional development offering is designed as a live, online series of six modules and will launch on Aug. 15, airing each consecutive Wednesday from 3-4:30 p.m. EDT (Aug. 22, Aug. 29, Sept. 5, Sept. 12 and Sept. 19). All modules will be recorded so that participants can review them after the live airing. After successfully completing and passing a multiple-choice…

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12 Ideas for Maintaining an Invigorating Professional Life in 2018

Stephen Dupont, Vice President of Public Relations and Branded Content, Pocket Hercules  Do you feel stuck in your current job? If so, then here’s a quick list of 12 ideas for 2018 to help you stay invigorated in your professional life.  Update your LinkedIn profile and résumé. According to a recent Gallup study, 51 percent of currently employed adults in the United States say they are searching…

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Bad Boss? 6 Signs To Look For During The Interview

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Have a bad boss? They can made your work life miserable. Bad bosses can be miserable to deal with or they can simply have personalities that don’t work with yours. It is essential to find out what your future boss is really like. One way to do this is to…

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UAE Give Qatari Media Some Latitude

Edward Ed Schnik, CFO, Yorkville Advisors After months of standoff and tense ‘negotiations,’ the UAE has eased certain restrictions on Qatari media. CNN is reporting channels owned by BeIN Media (a Qatari provider) were back on the air, no longer being blocked by telecom services in the UAE. While no official reason for the shift in policy was given,…

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Measurement & Analytics – A Hot PR Skill

The TEKsystems report on the Top Digital Skills CMOs are looking for in 2018  has analytics top of the list. While measurement has long been a vital part of marketing, it hasn’t always been part of the required PR resume. That’s changing. In a recent post PR News stated: “Data analytics and insights will be more…

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Working With Your Team

Bill Jones, Senior Executive, Davenport Laroche Recently these ideas have been shared for leaders to think about and try. What do you think of them and how they might work for your organization? At Davenport Laroche, we use a lot of different things, including: More Independent Thinkers Psychology Professor Art Markman at UT Austin says that…

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Office Rules For 2018: How To Behave and What To Wear

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Office etiquette can be exasperating.  With more relaxed working environments and telecommuting, some rules are being written while some are staying the same.  The old adage about watching what was done is harder since we are not all together in one office anymore.  Technologies are changing daily and our workforce is…

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