Should you charge friends for advice?
Originally posted on Fortune March 18, 2013
Phone versus Email: Courtesy, Crass Interruption, or Dying Art?
By Alyssa Goldman
In case you hadn’t noticed, phone calls are a last resort for Millennials in the workplace. For Gen-Ys, phones are outdated—considered an interruption versus a convenience. Alexander Graham Bell be damned.
If You Were a Stock, Would You Bet on Yourself?
My husband, Eric, is an armchair entrepreneur. He has ideated, seeded, started, funded, built, grown, and sold dozens of companies — 10 times over — all in his head.
Confession of a Networking Pro
On a nondescript evening this fall, I walked into a 50th floor conference room hosting a networking-event-disguised-as-a-cocktail-party for Today’s Chicago Woman “100 Women to Watch List,” of which I happened to be one. And instead of being excited and ready to mingle, I found myself filled with dr…
Call, Text or Drop-by? What’s an Employee to do?
Ever notice that some people want to talk things through on the phone, others drop by your cube to chat and still others prefer a quick text? Some bosses want you to ping them throughout the day with questions, others simply want to hear from you one time, at the end of the day with all your questions and/or updates.
Maximizing Millennials Infographic: The Who, How, and Why of Managing Gen Y
Here’s another great infographic from MBA@UNC (in partnership with The Young Entrepreneur Council). Gen Y readers, share this with your organization’s leaders and HR professionals and help them get in synch with your idealistic, diverse, digitally-enabled, highly social, ambitious ways!
Baby, It’s Hot Outside – Look Professional While Staying Cool
Guest Post by Kristyn Schiavone
Find Your Next Gig: Tips for Freelancers & Contractors
Originally posted on LinkedIn June 5, 2012