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Prepare For Your Job Interview Like A Rock Star

Successful musical artists build audience profiles to understand their fanbase and cater their music towards them. Knowing their fan demographic enables them to make better decisions about which social platforms to spend the most time on, how to best communicate with them, where to play more shows, and choose what songs go into an album. When fans feel connected to an artist, they are more likely to market an artist’s music to others, buy their merchandise, and drive concert ticket sales. Continue reading Prepare For Your Job Interview Like A Rock Star

Thinkers360’s Top 50 Global Thought Leaders & Influencers on Entrepreneurship

I am honored to be recognized in Thinkers360’s Top 50 Global Thought Leaders & Influencers on Entrepreneurship and to be among such notable colleagues.

LinkedIn Helps You Account for Employment Gaps

According to LinkedIn, “79% of hiring managers today would hire a candidate with a career gap on their resume.” However, do not interpret that to mean a prospective employer is not going to want to know why.  To give you an edge, LinkedIn has added a new feature that allows its members to address career gaps right on their LinkedIn profile. Here is how: Continue reading LinkedIn Helps You Account for Employment Gaps

Covid-19 Has Redefined the Workplace of the Future

American multinational software company Citrix Systems, Inc. partnered with OnePoll to survey 7,250 employees in 12 countries to determine how their attitudes and expectations on work have changed since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Three findings strikingly illustrate how the workplace we formerly took for granted will be unrecognizable in the future of work. Continue reading Covid-19 Has Redefined the Workplace of the Future

CHALLENGE TO UP & OUT EMPLOYERS

Robotics and AI are rapidly changing the way goods are manufactured today but the typical career is still stuck in 20th century assembly line thinking. Employees take an entry level job, move up the ranks, get promoted, make more money and then are forcibly put out to pasture as part of the up & out employer attitude as to how business works. Up & out is based on the principle that older workers become a liability in their 50s and 60s and that younger employees have more to offer. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Continue reading CHALLENGE TO UP & OUT EMPLOYERS