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  • Published on MarketingProfs

    Published on MarketingProfs

    I’m honored to have another article published on MarketingProfs! I was a slideshare skeptic for a long time, but once I finally changed up my mindset about using it, I had great success. See tips on strategy, execution, and real-world examples in m…
    - 56 days ago, 22 Jan 18, 12:49pm -
  • Join Me on MarketingProfs!

    Join Me on MarketingProfs!

    I’ll be presenting a MarketingProfs Teach Me How Seminar on adding livestream video the to the marketing mix! Check it out live at 9am PST / 12pm EST on Thursday, 10/19, or watch the on-demand recording.
    - 19 Oct 17, 12:22am -
  • Join Me at Seattle Interactive!

    Join Me at Seattle Interactive!

    I’m thrilled to be speaking at the Seattle Interactive Conference, October 18-19. If you’re planning to attend, I’d love to see you at my session, “How to Add Live-Streaming to Your Marketing Mix.”
    - 24 Sep 16, 10:27pm -
  • Featured on MarketingProfs

    Featured on MarketingProfs

    I’m excited to get back into writing after a rather long absence (building a career is hard work!), and I’m so excited that my first article of the year is on MarketingProfs. I love Ann Handley and the MarketingProfs team, and after a lively disc…
    - 4 May 16, 11:09am -
  • Featured on TIME

    Featured on TIME

    I’m excited to have an article on the TIME website today! My Daily Muse article, “3 Questions to Ask When You Don’t Know What to Do” is on TIME today, under the “Business” section.
    - 16 Oct 14, 12:31pm -
  • Contributing to the Daily Muse

    Contributing to the Daily Muse

    I have an article on the Daily Muse today, “3 Questions to Ask When You Don’t Know What to Do with Your Life“. I’ve posted many times at The Daily Muse, and you can check out my other articles here. The Daily Muse is a site that caters to pro…
    - 9 Oct 14, 12:20pm -
  • Featured on Forbes

    Featured on Forbes

    I’m excited to have another article posted on Forbes! My Daily Muse article, “5 Signs it’s Time to Fire Your Problem Employee” is on ForbesWoman today, under the “Leadership” section. You can view my other articles on Forbes here, here,…
    - 12 Aug 13, 4:03pm -
  • Contributing to the Daily Muse

    Contributing to the Daily Muse

    I have an article on the Daily Muse today, “5 Signs it’s Time to Fire Your Problem Employee“. Unfortunately I’ve had some experience in this area, but I decided to take what I learned from the situation and help out some readers! I’ve poste…
    - 8 Aug 13, 11:52am -
  • Contributing to the Daily Muse

    Contributing to the Daily Muse

    I’ve got an article on the Daily Muse today, “How to Manage Your Team Through Change or Crisis“. I’ve posted many times at The Daily Muse, and you can check out my other articles here. The Daily Muse is a site that caters to professional wome…
    - 11 Jun 13, 12:48pm -
  • The Emperor’s New Clothes

    The Emperor’s New Clothes

    I had the opportunity to attend Pop-Up Magazine’s, “The Song Reader Issue” earlier this week. The premise of the event is a bunch of stories told in unique ways, and that the night happens live, and only once. The show organizers don’t record…
    - 22 May 13, 4:30pm -

Fortune: Ask Annie

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    New York Times: Jobs

      San Francisco Chronicle: Get to Work

      • Are you going around in circles with job search?
        I had a good discussion a couple of days ago with a friend who mentioned how many times he heard job seekers describe their interests as being open to anything as long as it was a job.   I have heard the same responses, it’s a common theme in job…
        - 39 days ago, 8 Feb 18, 3:57pm -
      • How to discuss money during the interview

        How to discuss money during the interview

        One of the challenging aspects to the interview process is talking about compensation and how to address the topic without losing the employer’s interest. Often the difference between a good offer and a dream offer is your skills in discussing comp…
        - 46 days ago, 1 Feb 18, 4:29pm -
      • Struggling with climbing the career ladder
        Career progression involves more than just doing a good job, it’s a blend of building relationships, making contributions, solving problems and growing your skills.  I received a question from a reader who was concern about his job becoming stale,…
        - 53 days ago, 25 Jan 18, 5:37pm -
      • Why people dislike writing their resumes 

        Why people dislike writing their resumes 

        Writing your resume under pressure rather than keeping it updated can take a good career exercise and turn it into a stressful event. People often describe a love-hate relationship with their resume, loving the way it helps them generate attention fr…
        - 60 days ago, 18 Jan 18, 4:54pm -
      • Do you make these simple mistakes in interviewing?

        Do you make these simple mistakes in interviewing?

        Many times, job candidates think an interview is for “getting a job” and while that would be a great outcome the goal is really to have a meaningful discussion where the interviewer understands the value you would bring to the organization. Yet w…
        - 67 days ago, 11 Jan 18, 4:25pm -
      • Learn the five ways to get a better job in 2018
        Now is the time to get ready for finding a better job, the one you’ve been dreaming about last year. Putting the past behind and moving forward with a fresh plan of action can be just what you need to land a better job. Naturally, the goal is not t…
        - 74 days ago, 4 Jan 18, 4:24pm -
      • Create good fortune for 2018

        Create good fortune for 2018

        Some think of luck as being at the right place at the right time and there is an element of truth to that. But according to psychologist Richard Wiseman, who has been studying luck for decades, “in business and in life, luck isn’t something that…
        - 81 days ago, 28 Dec 17, 3:27pm -
      • Pay attention to career wandering
        This is a great time of year to give yourself a career checkup to sit down and take stock of all your accomplishments made during the year; areas where you excelled and areas needing attention. In a recent conversation with a manager, a career commen…
        - 87 days ago, 22 Dec 17, 10:46am -
      • Successfully manage holiday networking challenges

        Successfully manage holiday networking challenges

        About this time every year, those who dread searching for a new job will undoubtedly share one common thought of “waiting” until the Holidays are over to job search. The notion of looking for a job amid family gatherings can add an extra layer to…
        - 95 days ago, 14 Dec 17, 3:20pm -
      • Keep your office party professional
        Celebrating the holidays are in full swing this time of year with lunches and gatherings, all giving you the opportunity to catch up with co-workers outside an office environment. The informal atmosphere of being away from work often creates a tone o…
        - 8 Dec 17, 10:32am -

      SUCCESS: Life Balance

      Emergency Comeback
      Emergency Comeback
      Emergency Comeback
      Emergency Comeback

      The Guardian: Work & Careers

      • newHow to make better decisions
        Given the number of decisions adults make every day, you might presume we’re good at it. But we’re not. Here’s how to improveIt is estimated that an adult makes about 35,000 remotely conscious decisions each day. Some of these are inconsequenti…
        - 9 hours ago, 19 Mar 18, 7:59am -
      • newAdapt or die: a new breed of trade union can save the fossils of old | John Harris
        Fast, loud and agile unions working at the frontiers of precarious employment are setting the pace for the futureThere is a group of organisations in this country whose most senior roles are almost exclusively the preserve of middle-aged white men. T…
        - 15 hours ago, 19 Mar 18, 2:00am -
      • newCancer Research bans unpaid internships to preserve public's trust
        Charity tackles ‘complex issue’ by paying national living wage to those looking for a career pathCancer Research UK is to ban unpaid internships in a move understood to be the first by a big charity as it attempts to improve the diversity of its…
        - 21 hours ago, 18 Mar 18, 8:01pm -
      • ‘People with ADHD can be incredibly valuable at work’
        Lack of awareness of the behavioural disorder has meant many people found it difficult to hold down jobs. But proper diagnosis and support are allowing more employees to make the most of their talents‘As an employee, I wasn’t very good because I…
        - 1 day ago, 18 Mar 18, 12:00pm -
      • The great British chef shortage: why eating out is under threat
        We are in a golden age for dining out – but now there aren’t enough trained chefs and waiters to go round – and Brexit is not going to helpIt was, says chef patron Alexis Gauthier, “not the last resort”, but almost. Last September, he neede…
        - 1 day ago, 18 Mar 18, 7:30am -
      • We fear robots at work, but robotic jobs for humans are awful too | Gaby Hinsliff
        It’s not just the crummy jobs. Even in workplaces where judgment used to count, people are treated like machinesImagine being allowed to take as much paid holiday from work as you liked. All the time in the world, or at least as much as your guilty…
        - 3 days ago, 17 Mar 18, 2:00am -
      • Debt relief and dignity required | Letters
        Debt advisers discuss the plight of low-income households. Alan Budge thinks a dignity index would benefit societyJubilee Debt Campaign and the Centre for Responsible Credit have called for the government, the Bank of England and the Financial Conduc…
        - 3 days ago, 16 Mar 18, 12:36pm -
      • Is your university degree barely worth the paper it’s written on? Discuss | Sonia Sodha
        We’re constantly told university education is a good thing. But with tuition fees so high, it’s time its true value was measuredIn the past few decades we’ve seen a huge growth in undergraduate numbers. Back in 1945, a tiny 2% of the population…
        - 4 days ago, 16 Mar 18, 1:59am -
      • Matt manages a team of people - he's never spoken to any of them
        Only 16% of people with autism are in full-time employment, but updated recruitment styles are enabling neurodiverse candidates to fulfil their ambitionsWhen Ryan Mattock, co-founder of startup CommissionCrowd, needed to recruit a web developer three…
        - 4 days ago, 15 Mar 18, 6:05am -
      • If we truly cared about poor people, low-wage Britain wouldn’t exist | James Bloodworth
        After six months spent in low-paid work, I think the biggest problem is the public mindset that allows exploitation to occurIn early 2016 I set out to spend six months working in low-paid jobs around the country. At that time, there was a great deal…
        - 5 days ago, 15 Mar 18, 2:00am -

      U.S. News: On Careers

      WSJ: Careers

      • Do Free Business-School Courses Have a Payoff?
        Schools like Wharton and Harvard Business School have attracted thousands of people to free or low-cost online versions of courses taken by full-time M.B.A. students. But the career benefits for learners remain unclear.
        - 6 Sep 17, 8:11am -
      • Americans Are Happier at Work, but Expect a Lot Less
        For the first time since 2005, more than half of U.S. workers say they’re satisfied with their jobs. But data also suggest Americans have changing views of what makes a job good, after a decade of bruising job cuts, minimal raises and lean staffing…
        - 5 Sep 17, 11:29am -
      • When It's OK to Be a Workaholic
        For those who love what they do, being a workaholic isn’t all that unhealthy, new research suggests.
        - 5 Sep 17, 10:50am -
      • The Trick to Resisting Temptation
        Dan Ariely answers readers’ questions on personal policies, distracted driving and office overconfidence.
        - 30 Aug 17, 11:29am -
      • Workers Save More for Retirement When Employers Tell Them to: Study
        In an experiment involving older public employees in North Carolina, older workers—typically the most inflexible—were more likely to reassess their savings strategies or increase contributions in response to ‘nudges.’
        - 29 Aug 17, 6:10pm -
      • Unlimited Vacation Time Is a Lot of Work
        Experts say unlimited vacation time isn’t a perfect solution to an overworked workforce. Employees can become more hesitant to take time off when they’re allowed to do it any time—and for as long as they desire.
        - 29 Aug 17, 4:45pm -
      • Generals Bring Battlefield Expertise to the Business World
        Employers are turning to generals for help on numerous fronts, from corporate governance to grappling with cyberwarfare.
        - 29 Aug 17, 11:54am -
      • New Uber CEO's First Job: Manage the Board
        Dara Khosrowshahi, the longtime head of Expedia who has been tapped to take over at Uber, would have to work with a board riven by animosity and legal disputes that is still looking for a new chairman.
        - 29 Aug 17, 10:23am -
      • Office Spaces Focusing More on Communal Areas
        Businesses are beginning to design offices spaces that are increasing the amount of square footage per employee when shared work settings are taken into account.
        - 28 Aug 17, 6:41pm -
      • Silicon Valley Scandals Open Dialogue Between Men and Women
        Some female startup founders speak up about behavior they say they encounter in the male-dominated venture capital industry, as a string of scandals prompt some in the industry to confront cases of impropriety and re-examine practices.
        - 25 Aug 17, 6:43am -
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