Tag Archives: Twitter

Linked In, Facebook, and Finance Executives

Are there any synergies created for CFOs and other Finance Executives by using both Linked In and Facebook? I’ve actually blogged about this several times in the past, but the question was raised again … so I’m happy to respond … Continue reading

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K.I.S. for CFO Branding

When most of us think about Albert Einstein, we think about a man who was so incredibly intelligent that the average person could not hold a conversation with him, right? Well, apparently that’s not the case. He actually embraced the … Continue reading

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Unplugged

How, or even whether, finance executives “unplug” while on vacation has been a hot topic this summer.  In June, CFO.com reported survey results from Robert Half Management Resources … More than two-thirds, 69%, said they typically check in with work … Continue reading

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20 is the New 2

During a coaching call this morning, my CFO client was bemoaning the fact that it is becoming increasingly difficult for him to deliver his message. He said he targets 2 minutes as the time to deliver his responses to interview … Continue reading

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CFOs, Social Media, and Email

Remember when … –The Post Office was actually relevant because all correspondence came through your mailbox? –IBM Selectric typewriters and “White Out” transformed office environments? –30-second jingles heard on TV were “the” advertising medium? And then … –Mail was first … Continue reading

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Executives, Careers, & Social Networking

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

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Why did you leave your last job?

A finance executive recently contacted me for some coaching on how to answer the inevitable interview question regarding why he left his last job. He struggled to put those unpleasant details and experience into an answer that was both positive … Continue reading

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There is a Difference!

Most Connected vs. Well Connected Have you noticed these types of monikers attached to members on Linked In, Facebook, and Twitter? The “most connected” statement always makes me think Rolodex. Is it really possible to have a relationship with 16,000+ … Continue reading

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Is Your Career Like a Leaky Faucet?

One of my Twitter CFO friends, Scott McPherson, blogged about the leaky faucet concept in businesses. It just so happened that I read this on the same morning a plumber was heading my way to fix an annoying leak in … Continue reading

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The Sequel … Are CFOs Missing the Social Networking Boat?

If you identified with yesterday’s post and recognize that you are a CFO who is missing the social media boat, here are a few thoughts for your consideration.  There’s an interesting article on Digiday entitled “Forever Jung: What Makes Social … Continue reading

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