I began the 25Reasons Project On December 6, 2010 as a way to showcase my experience with social media through consistent, daily blog posts. In this series of wrap up posts I will discuss the results of the project as well as what I learned. Here is a preview of the analytics I will be […]
It’s New Years Eve! As we countdown to 2011’s fireworks and merriment, I’d like to reflect on the past year by discussing what I will be leaving behind, changes I will make, and suggestions for changes we can all make. It’s time to move on from the past ten years. Here’s to MMXI!
Every Wednesday at 9pm ET #GenYChat’ers meet on Twitter to discuss topics that help bridge the perceived generational gap. The goal of #GenYChat is to learn from each other by exchanging ideas across all ages. Being the week of New Year’s Eve, this week’s chat took a turn towards introspection. The goal was to see […]
In addition to the question on preferred management style, a common interview question is how do you manage stress or pressure? As we move towards more transparency, employers are naturally cautious of their employees’ participation on social sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Knowing that the Library of Congress is keeping records of all public […]
Did you know Microsoft Word has an elevator pitch template?! I’ll be using it to formalize mine. An elevator pitch is the communication of your value to someone. It is called an elevator pitch because it is short – short enough to get through in an elevator ride. If you’re out in the dating world, […]
Prevalent in most interviews is a question about management style. My dream manager has done the work I’m doing and understands what it’s like to be in a new, challenging role. Patience, leadership, and a willingness to answer questions and hear my ideas are hallmarks of a great management style. In watching episodes of Undercover […]