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    Classroom to Boardroom - Experience on the Resume
by Meredith Daw and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
It's time to take a detailed look at the resume, paying particular attention to the experience section for college students trying to snag that first great job. This section can be a challenge as most college-aged individuals won't have the experience a five-year veteran holds. Meredith Daw, assistant vice president of enrollment and student advancement for the University of Chicago, offers her inside information on what shoul...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Unpaid Internships for School Credit
by James Tarbox and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
Companies love job candidates who have actual real-world experience in their chosen field, so that is where internships can be invaluable. Even if they're unpaid gigs, there are tons of benefits. James Tarbox, executive director of the career services department at San Diego State University, speak with Tim Muma about the value and tangible advantages of internships for college credit. He also clues us into the keys for making...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Becoming a Trusted Advisor to Your Manager
by Matt Carter and Jenna Connour - Dec, 2014
What does it take to become a trusted advisor to your manager? And how can this benefit both your manager and you? In the professional world, a trusted advisor can be a precious resource for a supervisor. To learn more about what defines a trusted advisor, as well as how you can become one for your manager, Jenna Connour speaks with Dr. Matt Carter, Founder and Managing Director of Message House – a communications consultancy...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Hard Truths for College Grads
by Danny Rubin and Tim Muma - Dec, 2014
When making the jump from college into one's career, there are often some misleading thoughts and ideas that are believed to be true. Much like anything else in life, there are also some hard truths that you don't learn about until it's a touch too late. Danny Rubin, creator of the popular career advice blog News to Live By, looks to share these items with college students earlier. Danny gives Tim Muma some important and benef...
 
  Networking Success
by Kalindi Garvin - Dec, 2014
According to a 2012 survey by Right Management, person-to-person networking is the single most effective way to find a new job, with 46% of job seekers identifying networking as the reason they found their most recent job. Research consistently identifies networking as an important job search tool — anywhere from 40-80% of job placements are attributed to networking. Networking can also be a way to identify unadvertise...
 
  How to Be More Productive in 2015
by Lindsey Pollak - Dec, 2014
With the New Year right around the corner, many of you may already be making resolutions to be more productive in 2015. That’s a great first step. But the next step is how to accomplish your plans. For my next Hyatt Place Seamless Travel Series piece, I’m talking about how to be more productive in the New Year so you can achieve your best year yet – both personally and professionally, on the road and off. Here are my top ti...
 
  10 Books on Happiness & Success that Should be on Every Entrepreneur's Reading List
by Melody Wilding - Dec, 2014
As an entrepreneur, you hit emotional obstacles daily, including butting up against self-doubt, rejection, perfectionism, and even loneliness. The truth is, these obstacles can be powerful opportunities for reflection and self-growth to help you become a better founder and leader. Cultivating happiness, therefore, is not only crucial for your mental health, but also essential to being a successful entrepreneur. Take some do...
 
  7 Tips To You Put Your Best Speech Forward in Your Career
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Dec, 2014
Over the years, a number of my coaching clients have expressed a desire to improve their public speaking abilities – especially if they’re being called upon to make presentations at work. For many, speaking in front of a live audience is a daunting proposition. Some clients have admitted to feeling like “a deer in the headlights” when speaking to groups. As someone who gives presentations regularly, I can say, from exper...
 
  Give your customers a break and become a ROCK STAR
by Connie Pheiff - Dec, 2014
If you’re like me, you’re on overload with all the ads, blogs, and post coming at us from the digital world of marketing. I hear coaches saying you need to “blog at least 3 times per day.” “Respond to other blogs at least 25 times per week.” The inter-coastal digital highway feels like sitting in a traffic jam on I-10 in Los Angeles during rush hour. UGH! Stop just sending out BLAH, BLAH, BLAH and limit the number of times...
 
  In Praise of the Walking Meeting
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Dec, 2014
I always appreciate a well-run meeting, and, these days, many of the meetings I attend are not only well run, but well-walked too. I’ve recently become a devotee of walking meetings, and I join an ever-growing contingent dedicated to getting up and out of the office to meet on-the-move. Feet First, a website that promotes walkable communities, traces the walking meeting back to Ancient Greece and Aristotle’s peripatetic...
 
  7 Signs You Party and Network Like a Pro
by Michelle Kerrigan - Dec, 2014
Well—once again, the holiday season is upon us and that means office and networking parties. For some, these can be a drag; for others, it’s their time to shine! Of course, you want to be the latter while having a good time too. Over the last 30+ years, I’ve attended many of these events—as an employee, a senior executive and now as an expert advisor. It’s easy to spot the people who know what they’re doing as well as th...
 
  3 Ways to Break the Ice at Holiday Networking Events
by Lisa Rangel - Dec, 2014
Holiday season is upon us which means you’ll likely be attending a lot of events. Not just your family events, but events at your job and any associations you may be a part of. While advancing your career may not be the point of these events, they do present the perfect opportunity to get a little networking in. Simply put, no one is expecting you to vie for a job at a holiday party like you would at more professional event...
 
  How to Manage Complexity: Shift Your focus to Simplicity
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2014
I’ve learned over the years that my most effective executive coaching leadership clients know the “why” of what they are passionate in achieving. They get excited in my office telling me inspiring stories of their hopes and struggles. They have a growth versus fixed mindset, and are optimistic and forward thinking. They live and work on the edge and flourish. One of my CEO executive coaching clients confided in me, that he...
 
  Interview with Scott Stratten on Customer Service
by Alexandra Levit - Dec, 2014
Good customer service is all about the happy medium, and the right interpersonal skills will help you determine where that is. Along with his partner Alison Kramer, president of UnMarketing Scott Stratten recently hosted a podcast on too-good customer service. Apparently, it is possible to go overboard, and this can leave an impression just as bad as poor service. The discussion got me thinking about the rarely discussed nu...
 
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