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    Volunteering At - National Multiple Sclerosis Society
by Jocelyn Cheng and Tim Muma - Mar, 2014
Multiple sclerosis (MS), an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system, interrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and the rest of the body. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society exists to make sure MS doesn't stop people from moving. Jocelyn D. Cheng is the Senior Manager of Volunteer Development at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society-Greater Illinois Chapter, and...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - One Word That Signals Fear in Your Career
by Marcia Reynolds and Tim Muma - Mar, 2014
You may speak and write thousands of words a day, yet there's one that may scream you're afraid when it comes to a career move. Marcia Reynolds, a master certified career coach, tells Tim Muma which word this is and why it can have such an impact. She also explains how people can avoid using it, and more importantly, how to be fearless when it comes to your career. Moving Up the Ladder gives employees and employers fresh pe...
 
    Technically Speaking - Growth in Your LinkedIn Group
by Andrew J. Coate and Tim Muma - Mar, 2014
LinkedIn is often seen as a hub for job seekers to connect with potential employers and for current employees to network within their industries. While that is true, businesses can utilize LinkedIn as well, creating and growing a group to interact with professionals, customers and clients. Andrew J. Coate, Community and Content Manager for Kapost, joins Tim Muma to give listeners some tips on increasing the size and value of y...
 
    Technically Speaking - Newsjacking
by Stacey Miller and Tim Muma - Feb, 2014
The world of social media and instant connectivity has created a tremendous opportunity for businesses to interact with their customers and clients quickly with relevant materials. Stacey Miller, Senior Social Media Community Manager for Vocus, talks to Tim Muma about the importance and effectiveness of newsjacking, also known as real-time marketing. Stacey shares examples of excellent utilization of newsjacking, as well as so...
 
  Earning Your Marketing Stripes: It’s All About Relationships
by Brian Muys - Mar, 2014
In too many organizations, marketing and public relations are often considered more tactical functions that simply support larger business initiatives. In some instances, higher-cost promotional channels can all too easily be relegated to a secondary, discretionary role, especially during periods of economic uncertainty. First, this means that any given marketing program, however ambitious, must be directly aligned with or...
 
  Career & Job Search Networking Made Easy: 14 Excuses NOT to Network And How To Get Over Them
by Michelle Dumas - Feb, 2014
If you do not yet see the value of career and job search networking, this article is not for you. If you do not like job search networking, that is poor excuse for avoiding the key to your future career success. Developing, strengthening, and sustaining professional network relationships is at the center of your growth – or not. You are not the only one. You are not the only one who does not like “working” people you me...
 
  Executive Job Interviews & Networking: Improve Yours
by Cheryl Lynch Simpson - Jan, 2014
If you haven’t been on an executive-level job interview in awhile you may want to consider evaluating your performance during your first few forays to uncover needed improvements. And if you’re conducting a series of networking discussions, this same approach will help you to bolster your performance and your results. I’ve listed a series of self-coaching questions here for your consideration. My suggestion would be to...
 
  Networking, Networking, Networking … Did We Mention Networking?
by Teena Rose - Jan, 2014
We are a social people and the continual and complex exchange of managers dipping into the talent pool to pluck candidates and candidates offering up their talent and services is, at its heart, a social transaction. It makes sense, therefore, that the hiring manager will act socially and be more likely to choose someone he or she knows, or even someone he or she has briefly met, over some name on a sheet of paper. Similarly,...
 
  Technology and Networking
by Kalindi Garvin - Jan, 2014
Today we’re going to talk about how technology like social media can enhance your networking. We’ve also included a few sample networking scripts to help you reach out to the networking contacts you identified in our last post. Hopefully these scripts will make it easier to take the first step in connecting with others. Technology and Networking Social media can also be effective for helping you achieve your net...
 
  Staying Marketable Through Networking
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Dec, 2013
Being and staying marketable is important for every careerist today. What are your career goals and what steps can you take to get a job, keep a job, or move up? One of the most important keys to success for careerists today is to build and maintain your network. It's vital for job seekers, folks that want to advance, and even those who want to keep your job. It's easy for job seekers to sit behind your computer all day...
 
  3 Realistic Networking Tips!
by Kimberly Schneiderman - Nov, 2013
Networking is sometimes a four-letter word that makes people visualize painful situations in which they are supposed to be captivating and engaging when they really feel like crawling under a rock. It doesn't have to be like that! Follow the three strategies presented in today’s newsletter and it will be just a bit easier for you. Plus, as we head in to the holidays, you will likely have several opportunities to have con...
 
  How to make me really, really want to help you (awesome networking tip)
by Jason Alba - Nov, 2013
This is something I’ve blogged about and talked about quite a bit, but yesterday I got an email that reminded me of how powerful this technique is. And when I say technique, I’m saying this is something that awesome networkers do, whether they are introverts or extroverts, whether they are power connectors or have neglected their networking for a long time. In other words, you can do this right now, today (probably)....
 
  Are You an Introvert Who Needs to Be More Social?
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2013
Over at the Fast Track blog, we received the following question: My manager knows that I want to become a manager myself at some point, and is working on mentoring me in the skills I’ll need. One piece of feedback he’s given me is that I need to become more comfortable in semi-social situations (networking lunches or event dinners, and the like). I’m not a terribly social person by nature, so I tend to feel a bit shy and o...
 
  5 Steps to Keep Your Network From Getting Stale
by Louise Garver - Nov, 2013
Building and maintaining a successful executive network should be a top priority whether you are involved in a current job search or not. Don’t store away contacts that you meet and reach out only when you are in the midst of job search. You need to create an action plan to cultivate those contact relationships. First and foremost, get organized. You know those bits of paper with information about a contact person that you...
 
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