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Tag Archives: social networking
I love being a contrarian. Some might see my contrarian positions as more akin to ignorant, stubborn, or even laughable … but the rebel in me to do things differently, stand out from the crowd, or trail blaze just won’t … Continue reading →
It’s not a competition. And, job seekers, even “future” job seekers … including Senior Finance Executives … need both! What I’ve heard from my clients over the past 45 days, which includes the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, is that … Continue reading →
Does “social” networking negate “professionalism”? I don’t think so. Whatever you wouldn’t do in an offline networking scenario shouldn’t be done online either. Continue reading →
CFOs and social networking. Are they like oil and water? Is there a balance in this Web 2.0 between exposure and risk that’s safe for CFOs? Continue reading →
I was honored to join two of my fellow Career Thought Leaders, Wendy Enelow and Jan Melnik, on a blog radio show hosted by Deborah Shane last week. My area of specialty … reputation management. Of the many interesting questions Deborah … Continue reading →
Yesterday on Twitter I mentioned that I was reading a very interesting book on social networking entitled “33 Million People in the Room” by Juliette Powell. I’m not all the way through the book, but I will be in a … Continue reading →
Did you know such a certification existed? I didn’t …. but I’m not surprised. I’ve been saying for years that social networking is a career management strategy that is not only here, but critical to overall career success. Here are … Continue reading →