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  Can HR Impact the Bottom Line?
by Mary G. White - Nov, 2015
While HR has traditionally been viewed as an expense, taking a more strategic perspective requires viewing HR as an investment, which it rightfully is. Strategic HR – meaning that HR activities are tied to business strategy – can definitely have an impact on the bottom line. They key to demonstrating impact lies with quantifying results. Quantifying Bottom Line Results In Strategic Business Partner: A Critical Role for H...
  Do You Know The Most Important Question An Interviewer Will Ask?
by Louise Garver - Nov, 2015
Executives have been on many interviews throughout their career and any number of interview questions may come to mind as the most important. But, the universal all-encompassing question that can make or break an interview is (or a variation): “Why should we hire you?” Before you dismiss this as a so-so question, consider the scenario: the hiring manager is looking at the top three executives to fill the job. All things...
  Does Your Company Need an Employee Newsletter?
by Mary G. White - Nov, 2015
Are you wondering if your company needs an employee newsletter? While having an internal newsletter isn’t necessarily a must, there are a number of key benefits that can make them worthwhile. 4 Key Benefits of Employee Newsletters Four key benefits of employee newsletters include: 1. Consistent Message Delivery When you have an employee newsletter, you have a formal communication channel that is available to all em...
  How to look into the reader’s eye when writing your resume
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Nov, 2015
Does Your Resume Make a Human Connection? In a recent blog, In Search of Excellence co-author Tom Peters shared his flash of inspiration when he realized he had gotten into the skin of his audience and developed a “true personal relationship.” When relating a recent presentation to a group of hardware store folks, Peters said, “If I’m really looking you in the eye and there are 1,000 people in the room, when I’m looking...
  How To Write A CFO Resume That Reflects Your Leadership Brand
by Laura Smith-Proulx - Nov, 2015
Pursuing your next step up the career ladder as CFO or Controller? Your CFO resume must connect the dots from tactical details, such as financial reporting or systems, to strategic advisor and CEO partner. By showing examples of strategic decision-making and forecasting, IT oversight, performance recommendations, and Board influence, your CFO resume will position you to compete against other contenders for a C-suite role...
  Need new energy? Clear some clutter!
by Beverly Jones - Nov, 2015
A little bit of tidying can bring you a big boost Are you feeling stuck, bored or besieged? A good strategy for getting out of the doldrums can be to attack the clutter that is clogging up your desk, your office, your home or your life. You have a clutter problem if you don’t have enough room to get your work done; if your things always look muddled; if you can’t quickly find what you need; or if you have too much pap...
  Resume Questions and Answers
by Robin Schlinger - Nov, 2015
Q. I’m really confused. I keep hearing about applicant tracking systems that electronically pick out keywords from your resume and discard your resume if the keywords are not there. Then I hear about hiring managers spending 10 seconds reading the first third of a resume. So should the first third of my resume be a list of all the possible keywords that could get me a job? A. A short list of your key areas of expertise is f...
  Steal-Worthy Networking Ideas
by Lindsey Pollak - Nov, 2015
It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Most of us have heard this career advice, but it is true that who you know can help propel your career. Whether it’s someone you meet at an industry event, an informational interview or a new friend at the juice bar, being a savvy networker can pay dividends for your career. Keep reading for great advice on networking for millennials – or professionals at any stage of their career....
  The 3 Toughest Conversations Managers Need To Have
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
Here are three of the toughest conversations that you might need to have in your career … and the secrets to handling them well. 1. Delivering a poor performance evaluation. Delivering negative feedback can be hard in any circumstance; when you’re doing it in the context of an overall poor assessment of a person’s work, it’s even tougher. A poor performance evaluation isn’t just saying “you need to improve your client manag...
  The 4 Most Difficult Conversations You'll Have In Your Career
by Alison Green - Nov, 2015
One of the most stressful parts of work life is figuring out how to say something tough, unpleasant or awkward to a colleague. Most of us aren't fond of difficult conversations in any setting, but doing it at work can be doubly challenging, because we fear for our professional reputations and relationships. Here are four of the most difficult conversations you may need to have in your career and the secrets to making them g...
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