Tag Archives: web 2.0

The Executive Job Search Challenge

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

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Google, HR, and Getting Hired

Earlier this week I tweeted this statistic from an article on ERE.net … “According to a study conducted by Microsoft earlier this year, 70% of surveyed HR professionals in U.S. (41% in the UK) have rejected a candidate based on … Continue reading

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What Are You Contributing to the Conversation?

Nothing? Noise? Value?  There’s a global conversation happening and you can either choose to be a part of it or refuse to engage. If the choice is to not participate, you do so at your own peril … because the … Continue reading

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Growth Strategies … Business & Career

Sometimes the whole “managing a career” process just seems confusing, baffling, and maybe even unnecessary to CFOs. Today, more than ever, it is definitely necessary, and it does not need to be confusing or baffling.  Run your career like you … Continue reading

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Lies, Resumes, & Linked In

Fistful of Talent had a blog post last week entitled “LinkedIn Profiles – More Accurate than Resumes … Sad but True.” This quote came from Reid Hoffman, founder of Linked In, in a presentation made at the first Social Recruiting … 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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Win Visibility and Positioning in 2010

One of my readers asked for some tips on winning visibility and positioning in anticipation of a recovering 2010. Josie, this post was written with you in mind. If you read my post from last week, The Competition is Heating … Continue reading

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Passive Candidates vs. Unemployed Candidates

An op ed piece on ERE.net by Jeremy Eskenazi entitled “Where the Truth Lies: The Need for Balance Between Active and Passive Recruiting” … naturally … caught my attention. I say “naturally” because I am always interested in the hiring … Continue reading

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CFO Asked to Resign

So says the headline. Which begs the question, “does this CFO have a potential branding and/or credibility challenge”? If you Google his name, the only post that is conclusively “this” CFO is the one that leads with the headline: “Broward’s CFO … Continue reading

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C-Tweeting for CFOs

I love the micro-blogging platform of Twitter.  While my CFOs have been slow to adopt this technology, those of you who do will be seen as much more cutting-edge. Whether your tweets are external with other thought leaders, customers or … Continue reading

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