The LinkedIn status update feature can be a powerful tool to keep you connected with the many far-flung members of your professional network.
Careful when you’re about to hit that Post button….
But beware: it’s easy to make a mistake when it comes to the kind of information you should be sharing through your communities. Read some definite do’s and DON’Tsfrom social media expert Maggie Herbert at LinkedIn.com.
Greater IBM, what would you add to these? Have you got any tips to share?
You’re probably already aware that when you’re interviewing for a job, interviewers are picking up on your body language. Some might even base their hiring decisions on it, whether or not they realize it.
It’s not only about eye contact.
The good news? Nonverbal communication, of course, goes both ways. In an interview, hiring managers are also giving YOU signals that they’re interested — or that they’re losing interest. In this career help from Monster.com, here are some subtle signs that you may be headed for the door, and the words and gestures you can use to turn things in your favor.
As today’s leaders strive to make the best use of technology and communication platforms to conduct business globally, working in global teams is increasingly prevalent. It’s easy to see the upside – as a U.S. team sleeps at night, for example, a global team can be working diligently elsewhere throughout their own normal business hours, maximizing ’round-the-clock productivity. But managing and working with global teams presents many challenges. You must have a strategy that builds:
Awareness of cultural and other diversity
Understanding and collaboration through team building
Communication and listening skills to prevent confusion and conflict
In this article, by Nancy Duarte in the Harvard Business Review, learn how to quickly win over one of the toughest, most pressed-for-time audiences you’ll EVER face as a presenter: senior executives and other decision-makers.Click hereto read.