The 4 Promises of Effective Leaders
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jul, 2016
What makes a leader stand out as remarkably effective? Everyone expects great things from leaders—probably more than is humanly possible. But leaders must deliver only four interdependent promises to drive business results. Failure to complete a single promise will likely lead to disappointing outcomes. Consultants Robert J. Anderson and William A. Adams delineate these promises in Mastering Leadership: An Integrated Fr...
 
  What's the Right Speed for IT?
by Alexandra Levit - Jul, 2016
Two distinct speeds are all the rage, but can you box your operations in? And should you? One of the most intriguing sections of Deloitte’s new Tech Trends 2016: Innovating in the Digital Era report discussed the right speed for IT. Moving beyond the current, hyped-up two speed approach, the report highlighted speed-related considerations CIOs must take into account: business process-related, architectural, and organization...
 
  Citizen Development Luminaries Share Insights at Empower 2016
by Alexandra Levit - Jul, 2016
As IT loosens its reins, trust, communication, and thoughtful planning are paramount. Observations about Citizen Development and business-IT alignment with QuickBase, Inc. CEO, Allison Mnookin, and Gartner VP and Research Director, Mark Driver. Digital transformation is officially on everyone’s radar. According to an upcoming QuickBase survey, 45 percent of CXOs say it’s a top priority this year. “This is a time of increase...
 
  The Top 7 Secret Confessions From The C-Suite About Talent Development
by Kathy Caprino - Jul, 2016
Talent development today is a highly complex, multi-faceted field that is changing at the speed of light, with new and emerging technology innovations and tools, research and approaches rapidly shifting how we lead, develop and measure performance of our teams and our talent. To learn more about these complexities, and what C-Suite leaders are most concerned about regarding talent development today, along with proactive sol...
 
  Using the Right Keywords in Your Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jul, 2016
You have to love keywords. OK, you don’t have to LOVE them but you do have to know how to use them, because if you have the right keywords, employers will find you on LinkedIn, and their algorithms will find you when you submit a resume. If you are not using the right keywords, no one is going to find you. And that’s not good. So, how do you know which keywords to use on your resume? Which ones will get you noticed, and whi...
 
  Optimizing Your Resume For ATS
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Jun, 2016
If you are submitting your resume online, then you need to know about ATS. It is an abbreviation for Applicant Tracking Software, and it is a catch-all term for programs that allow employers to upload your resume that you have created in Word or plain text, and then deliver it to a database that searches it for keywords. Large corporations often use ATS to weed out suitable resumes and identify the candidates that they want to...
 
  3 Advantages of Hiring a Bilingual Candidate
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jun, 2016
3 Advantages of Hiring a Bilingual Candidate I’m pleased to share this guest blog from Vanessa Fardi, Team Leader US/CA/LATAM at NEUVOO. Having bilingual employees in the workforce can only bring benefits to the company. Studies have shown that bilingual people are good at multitasking and have excellent communication skills. Any company looking to expand or to have global reach should consider bilingual employees on the...
 
  Job Search: Clear Out The Clutter
by Georgia Adamson - Jun, 2016
If you can’t get your car in the garage because the space is filled with “stuff” or if you don’t dare open the guestroom door because things might fall on you, you know what clutter is! You have space you can’t use because you’ve filled it with things you never or almost never use. Now translate that image into job searching. Okay, so I know that could be a bit of a mental stretch, but bear with me a little longer. Job S...
 
  How Project Managers can Stop Wasting Millions
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2016
The Project Management Institute’s 2016 study shows that organizations around the world waste an average of $122 million for every $1 billion spent on projects as a result of poor project management practices. Poor project management practices are costing us big time, says the Project Management Institute’s (PMI) 2016 Pulse of the Profession®: The High Cost of Low Performance study. Wasting $122 million for every $1 billion...
 
  Presence: 4 Ways To Take Control Of Your Leadership Brand
by Sara Canaday - Jun, 2016
Have you ever noticed that almost all the coaching advice (solicited and unsolicited!) you receive is about how to deal with other people, workplace situations or a variety of outside factors that you don’t have direct control over? While this counsel is necessary and helpful, you may be looking for something that you have dominion over that impacts YOUR life and career. The one thing you have minute-by-minute control over is...
 
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