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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! Social med…... read more »
The Big Enough Company
My dear friends Adelaide Lancaster & Amy Abrams recently published their new book: The Big Enough Company: Creating a Business that Works for You.  They are the founders of In Good Company, a shared workplace community in NYC and they’ve interviewed hundreds of women entrepreneurs to talk about how to... read more »
5 Steps to Career Reinvention Revealed
  What was the most surprising thing for you about Career Transition: Make the Shift? As I looked back on my work history, jobs and experiences, I saw a clear pattern of evolving skills, values, professionalism and market and business trends. I saw how we all evolve and change, even if... read more »
Summer Intern Boot Camp!
Ace Your 10-Week On-the-Job Interview Congratulations, you’ve got the job! (For the summer at least…) Now it’s time to show your stuff. Your goals are to learn as much as possible, contribute and add value to your organization, make meaningful connections with colleagues, and get a full-time offer (if you&…... read more »
Why I Won’t Read Your Cover Letter
I did a guest post today for a good friend of mine Rich Matteo at Corn on the Job.  CornOnTheJob is a great resource for people looking for jobs, with tons of great content and advice.   You can follow Rich at @cornonthejob or visit his blog.  I’m sure you’ll... read more »
Schedule a Meeting the Right Way
Originally posted on Harvard Business Review March 17, 2011 In the days of Mad Men, there were clear delineations between administrative and professional roles. Secretaries, as they were then called, existed expressly to type memos, fetch coffee, serve lunch and schedule meetings. Today, the once-clear lines betwe…... read more »
How to Recover from a Personal WikiLeaks
Hillary Clinton recently wrapped up her Middle East apology tour in an effort to repair diplomatic relations with the Arab world. Months after WikiLeaks rogue founder Julian Assangeleaked hundreds of thousands of classified cables, some of which disparaged Arab leaders and diplomats, the State Department is stil…... read more »
Hello Handsome!!
News Flash:  Great on the Job: What to Say, How to Say It, The Secrets of Getting Ahead is available on amazon for pre-order now!  Consider it the best $15 you’ll spend to move ahead in your career.  250 pages of tactical, practical advice– action strategies and example language you... read more »