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  • Social Media and Your Personal Brand
    on Jan 14, 2010
    I recently spoke on the topic of personal branding and social media for a session of Leadership America. If you don't know about that program, I encourage you to visit the web site (http://www.leadershipamerica.com/) and explore the program.After the...
  • A lesson from Garrett Gilbert and the Texas Longhorns
    on Jan 8, 2010
    I happen to be a Longhorn mom. My daughter Megan graduated from the University of Texas and I was glued to the set last night when they went down in defeat to Alabama.The drama of the loss began to unfold in the first quarter—but this post isn’t...
  • Please Don't Skip Step 6
    on Dec 8, 2009 in Hiring Practices
    Whether you are hiring an entry level accounting clerk or a CEO, there is a step that is too vital to neglect. The reference check. It is “Step 6” in my workshop “The 7 Must-do Steps in the Hiring Process” and the step that I find many co...
  • Make Note of These Posts
    on Aug 3, 2009
    I recently read posts on two different Blogs (both are great to follow if you aren't already doing so Your Sabbatical and Great Leadership by Dan). The first post from Dan's site is about a new study by Deloitte that indicates that companies are ex...
  • Interviewing Tip--Be More Like Barbara Walters
    on Jul 8, 2009
    There are many books out about the "perfect interview" questions, but I think you will improve your skills in this area if you simply try to be more like Barbara Walters. Her interviews are conversations. She gets people to open up, to reveal the...
  • Follow-up on Sabbaticals
    on May 12, 2009
    There are more and more articles, posts, etc. on Sabbaticals.  Check out this article from the NY TImes (thanks Elizabeth for sharing this in your LinkedIn Group--yourSabbatical).http://www.linkedin.com/redirect?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftinyurl%2Ecom%2Fdfme...
  • The One Resume Tip You Need
    on Mar 17, 2009 in career advice
    I am always asked about what resume format is best, how long a resume should be, how much work history should be included.  In short, it seems that most of the time when I am asked about resumes, it is all about format, but I think that is the least...
  • Elizabeth Pagano and Your SabbaticalI recently had lunch in Atlanta with Elizabeth Pagano (www.yoursabbatical.com) co-founder along with her mother Barbara Pagano, of Your Sabbatical. These two ladies know a thing or two about sabbaticals having undertaken a life changing one themselve...
  • A Leadership Approach: Write it Forward.
    on Feb 15, 2009 in Leadership
    The movie “Pay it Forward” stuck with me for many reasons, including the fact that it was applicable to so many areas of life----including career.  Reflecting on that, it occurs to me that it can be applied to pre-scripting your resume. I typic...
  • Lessons from Coach Pat Summitt
    on Jan 28, 2009 in Generations in the Workplace
    I am a very big fan of college basketball AND a very big fan of the younger generation that has recently entered the workplace.  For those of you who are not fans of college basketball, let me tell you a little bit about Pat Summit. Her stats since...
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