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    Technically Speaking - Commercial Drone Usage
by Ernest Earon and Tim Muma - Nov, 2014
Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) appear poised to make a huge impact for commercial businesses in the near future; however, nearly all drone usage is still illegal as experts try to fight through legislation. Ernest Earon joins Tim Muma to talk about commercial drones, the positive components of UAVs for businesses, and what guidelines he sees being laid out. Ernest is the founder and president of PrecisionHawk, an org...
 
    Community Concepts - Charles Schwab Forward March Program for Veterans
by Ryan Kosowsky and Tim Muma - Nov, 2014
Many companies focus hiring efforts on diversity, and Charles Schwab is no different as the organization directs time and energy into hiring veterans. The company has been recognized for its success with the Forward March program to bring on the brave men and women as valuable employees. Ryan Kosowsky, managing director of talent acquisition and the strategic lead of the Forward March initiative, joins Tim Muma to explain the...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Networking Terms and Tips
by Patti DeNucci and Tim Muma - Nov, 2014
If you’re not aware, effective networking is critical as a professional. Whether you’re looking for a job or seeking out partners and clients, it plays a huge role in your success. Patti DeNucci, an author, speaker and chief connector, brings LJNRadio her experienced perspective on networking and the opportunities it creates. Patti also gives Tim Muma practical tips to be an effective communicator as she addresses the common t...
 
    Management Decisions - How to Identify Culture Fit
by Rachelle Falls and Cady Chesney - Nov, 2014
Hiring for culture fit can be hard, as every company has its own unique culture. Knowing how to identify if a candidate will be a good culture fit can be tricky, in its own right. Rachelle Falls, CEO and Chief Strategist at Sun Strategies, and the blogger behind The Corporate HR Girl, joins the show today to dive into how to identify culture fit during an interview. On Management Decisions (formerly Executive Decisions) we...
 
  Build Your Team & Boost Productivity
by Beverly Jones - Nov, 2014
Celebrations can enhance your workplace culture and help team members become more productive. Sharing appreciation for success and good fortune can support the well-being of individuals, foster a sense of community and promote the health of your whole organization. Creating a celebration can be a wonderful way to acknowledge achievements and encourage people to do even better. Positive reinforcement is a powerful motivator...
 
  10 Ways to Sharpen Your Focus: The #1 Key to Success
by Michelle Kerrigan - Nov, 2014
The first thing you need to know is this: Discomfort and the desire for something better drives change. It’s why you and your company go in new directions: to relieve pain of poor sales, poor performance, poor salary, poor leadership, poor anything. It’s why we look forward to a new year: To address the discomfort of the old one by exploring new and better ways of doing things. I’ve been in the business world for a long...
 
  Agility is Key to Interview Success
by Mary Jeanne Vincent - Nov, 2014
Fresh off the agility field after back-to-back weekends of competition, here are five lessons that are equally relevant on the field and during the interview. 1. Pre-plan your approach. Prior to each agility event, handlers are given the opportunity to walk the course and determine their approach to each obstacle. This is a chance to identify potential stumbling blocks and play up you and your dog’s strengths. Experienced...
 
  Can Do, Will Do and Fit: What the Interviewer Looks For
by Mary Jeanne Vincent - Nov, 2014
An interview is a conversation between two or more people. The purpose is to discuss the scope, requirements and qualifications necessary for a specific job. All parties should come to the table prepared to ask questions and offer relevant information. There are three kinds of information that the hiring manager or interview team is seeking: Can you do the job? Will you do the job? And, do you fit? And, if the truth be tol...
 
  The Secret To Changing Your Career? Change Your Fear
by Christie Mims - Nov, 2014
Have you ever thought about trying something new with your career, or making a switch in your current job and then immediately said to yourself: “Oh – but I could never do that.” The reasons you have are many: Your mortgage (or rent) payment. The economy. You are worried about your kids. This isn’t a good time. Your current job is not too bad, so why rock the boat? You think these thoughts to yourself quickly and the...
 
  Want to Get Noticed at Work? Three Things Women Could Be
by Christie Mims - Nov, 2014
Sometimes you wonder: “Why did he get promoted?” “What was it about me that seems to blend into the background?” “Why could I be doing differently?” “Why am I stuck?” and... “Why do I sometimes feel like I’m missing something?” We have all felt that way at some point, whether as a lowly intern or a senior principal. The big secret that we sometimes forget to share is that no matter where you are in your career, th...
 
  5 Tips for Career Relocation
by Heather Krasna - Nov, 2014
Perhaps you want to be closer to your aging parents. Or perhaps you want to move to a city that is a hub of an industry that offers more opportunity for career growth. Maybe you just need more sunshine, more mountains, or less traffic. Whatever your motivation, job seekers who hope to relocate can encounter special challenges. Many companies won’t even consider candidates who are relocating. They worry you will need to...
 
  Beating Resume Robots
by Heather Krasna - Nov, 2014
For years now, many companies have been using applicant tracking systems (“ATS’s”) to manage the volume of resumes that are submitted for jobs. As a job seeker, it’s hard to know which companies use an ATS, though in some cases it’s obvious—when you click the “apply” button, you are taken to a site like Silkroad, Taleo, iCIMS, JobVite, or Bullhorn (to name a few). Certain employers almost always use an ATS, while others, inclu...
 
  How to Politely Nudge Recruiters
by Heather Krasna - Nov, 2014
You’ve applied for the job; you’ve had an interview; or you’ve just reached out to a new networking connection at your favorite company. Now it’s a waiting game, right? Wrong. Done right, good follow-up can get your resume a second look in searches, bring in more job leads, or even land you the job. To follow up without being annoying, always emphasize your interest in the company, be appreciative of others’...
 
  Sell Me This Pen: How to Win the Sales Job Interview
by Paul Freiberger - Nov, 2014
In sales interviews, everything can hinge on the answer to one question. Nail that one, and the job is yours. Make a mess of it, and your other answers, no matter how brilliant, may not save the day. While you may not have to answer the question today or tomorrow, there’s every chance you’ll hear it soon. You’d better be ready for it when it comes. Here’s the scene: The interview is in progress, and the interviewer reaches...
 
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