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    Management Decisions - Marketing for a Pro Sports Franchise: Milwaukee Brewers
by Caitlin Moyer and Tim Muma - Nov, 2015
If you love sports and have an interest in marketing, this could be the perfect career for you. Professional sports franchises are always looking to increase brand awareness, advertise effectively, and sell their "product," though some aspects are rather different than with traditional companies. Caitlin Moyer, director of new media for the Milwaukee Brewers, gives Tim Muma all the details behind strong marketing in sports. Sh...
    Moving Up the Ladder - Harnessing Time
by David Horsager and Tim Muma - Nov, 2015
Technology and the speed of business have many pros, but they can also work against all of us when it comes to productivity, efficiency and handling our business on a daily basis. David Horsager, business strategist and bestselling author, elaborates on the key points from his new book, "The Daily Edge: Simple Strategies to Increase Efficiency and Make an Impact Every Day." David offers practical insight that can help us overc...
    Moving Up the Ladder - Future Strong: Leading Tomorrow's Workforce
by Bill Jensen and Tim Muma - Nov, 2015
Whether we're making choices for ourselves or for an organization, they will have an immeasurable impact on the eventual outcome. Organizational expert Bill Jensen looks into the various aspects of effective leadership and career success in his new book, "Future Strong: How to Work Unleashed, Lead Boldly, and Live Life Your Way." Bill explains to Tim Muma how radical transformations in the workforce mean companies and individu...
    Moving Up the Ladder - Influential Leadership and Its Effective Implementation
by Carol Vallone Mitchell and Tim Muma - Oct, 2015
The look and sound of leadership has been evolving for some time, and many subscribe to the idea of "influential leadership" as a more effective tactic in today's work environment. Carol Vallone Mitchell is the co-founder of Talent Strategy Partners and author of "Breaking Through 'Bitch' - How Women Can Shatter Stereotypes and Lead Fearlessly." She talks with Tim Muma about the role influential leadership plays in today's wor...
  2016 Cover Letter Tips
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Nov, 2015
In May Microsoft published an interesting study detailing research on the changes in our attention spans over the last several years. From 2000 to 2013 our attention spans dropped from 12 seconds to a mere eight seconds. We now have an attention span one second shorter than that of a goldfish. Let that sink in for a minute … Which makes me wonder … What effect does dwindling attention span have on our job searches—and our cove...
  Holiday Season Job Hunting
by Carole Kanchier - Nov, 2015
Tis the Season for Parties -- and Job Hunting! Does hiring come to a halt as the holidays approach? Is the Holiday Season a good time to find a new job? Office parties, professional get-togethers, and year-end meetings abound during the Holiday Season. While it may be tempting to put your search on hold, that could put you at a disadvantage. When organizations have a need, they hire regardless of the time of year. A...
  That problem in your background? It isn't as bad as you think
by Louise Fletcher - Nov, 2015
I’m taking on online sketching class at the moment. I’ve always loved painting and drawing, and I’m finding this a particularly rewarding way to work. But I’ve noticed a lot of the students are very uncomfortable sharing their work. They’ll preface each post with caveats like ‘this isn’t very good’ or ‘I don’t like this one at all.’ Usually, the drawing is excellent – full of life and personality and character – but all they s...
  Best gifts for job seekers
by Miriam Salpeter - Nov, 2015
Is someone on your holiday gift list looking for a job? Whether your friend or family member is a new college graduate, an unhappy careerist who covets a new job or an unemployed baby boomer, there are many great gifts that will be perfect for someone who is wishing for a new position in the new year. What are the best gifts for job seekers? Start with these ideas and share your own in the comments. A gift certificate fo...
  Don't Say These 4 Things in a Performance Review
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
If, like many managers, you’re gearing up for year-end performance reviews (and perhaps dreading them!), you’re probably thinking a lot about what to say. But what not to say is just as important. Here are four common traps to avoid. 1. Don’t say “I haven’t had much time to prepare for this.” Managers notoriously dread writing performance reviews and tend to put them off. But if you think about it, that sends a pretty terri...
  How to Know If Someone's Really Suited to Working Remotely
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
Whether you’re considering a staff member’s request to work remotely (some or all of the time) or you need to hire a new team member who will work off-site, it’s key to know how to tell if someone is well suited for remote work or not. Many people assume they’ll thrive working remotely but then encounter problems with motivation and productivity. And managers are sometimes too quick to assume that if teleworking works for the...
  IT Leaders: 5 Reasons to Encourage Citizen Development
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2015
IT leaders who “teach employees to fish” may be feeding the business for a lifetime. Many IT leaders and even CIOs today are missing an opportunity. Their teams spend all day catering to business needs when in fact the business managers can and should be empowered to solve problems themselves. There is an old saying that goes: “Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day, but teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lif...
  Transform Your Executive Resume Into an Interview Magnet
by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas - Nov, 2015
A career-altering executive resume is not engineered by just narrating your employment history—but by way of persuasive storytelling and strategic road-mapping! I realize you’ve probably heard this before and I bet you wondered how you can convert your executive resume into a six-figure, job-interview magnet. Well, there are several strategies but we don’t have time for a workshop right now; therefore, allow me to help you...
  Yes, you can find a job during the holidays
by Miriam Salpeter - Nov, 2015
“No one gets a job around the holidays. It’s a good time to take a break and relax until things ramp up in the new year.” Are you hearing this advice, or convincing yourself it’s true? If so, you could be missing out on an amazing career or job opportunity. In fact, the holiday season can be the best time to look for a job. It is a big mistake to take a break now. Finish the year strong! Here are eight reasons to ramp up yo...
  Etiquette Update: The New Rules for Thank-You Notes
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2015
People often ask me if thank-you notes are still important. My answer is an unequivocal, absolute, unqualified, deeply passionate YES. I’m astonished at how many people fail to send a thank-you note after a formal job interview, which has been the rule forever. And I bet I’m not alone when I say that nothing impresses me more than a quick, authentic thank-you note after any situation where a person has been helped in any wa...
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