There’s a lot written about how you have to be so careful about what you post online because it might hurt you with your current employer or in the job-search process. You can also be too careful. You might chose to have no online identity at all, to be virtually invisible. But being anonymous online can actually hurt you more than it can help you.
Earlier this week, I posted an article about the importance of looking beyond subject matter experts when hiring. If you want new ideas, you can’t keep hiring the same kind of people. For this next post, I’m featuring an article written by my friend and colleague from PGi, Liz McClellan. Liz talks about the importance of looking beyond the pedigree and accessing the candidate’s fit for the company. Big thanks to Liz for her… Read More
Here are some things being said at this very moment in marketing departments all around the globe: We need some new ideas. We have to think out of the box. We have to break the paradigm. What got us here won’t get us where we want to be. Sound familiar? You’ve probably heard someone say something like this. Or maybe you’ve even said it yourself. Seems there’s universal acknowledgement that the current… Read More
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