If you want to succeed in your job interview (and who doesn’t?), it’s good to understand the perspective of the interviewer. What is he or she expecting from the candidate? … Continue reading
LinkedIn now has its own blog. It promises to be “a sounding board for all things LinkedIn.” See it here.
More leaders could use a dose of self-awareness, like Reeko (the skunk) in Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild: “I always thought they didn’t want me around because I … Continue reading
In her book Keeping the Faith (reviewed previously in this blog), Ana Mollindo Mims begins with what amounts to a personal manifesto. She says, in part “I believe in destiny.” … Continue reading
My reading list has historically been second-hand, meaning that I tend to build my list based on recommendations from others. Rarely do I snoop around the shelves and tables of … Continue reading
Google CEO Eric Schmidt confirmed at the Web 2.0 Expo yesterday that Google will soon release a slideshow application for Google Apps. The slideshow application is viewed as the “missing … Continue reading
Thanks to YourHRGuy for drawing my attention to this article in Forbes Magazine. It offers three rules for older (40 plus) job seekers: Rule #1: Job seekers over 40 need … Continue reading
Thanks to the Be Excellent blog for pointing me to this article in Entrepreneur Magazine. In the article, Robert Kiyosaki stresses that businesses need to hire people with a passion … Continue reading