It’s summer, and while you may think that it may not be the best time to be job hunting, it’s actually the opposite.
You've been putting your networking skills to use. You've been attending social functions and doing follow ups, but nothing has resulted from your efforts. Maybe the problem is not the way you're networking; maybe you're networking with the wrong people.
How can you possibly reach out to every person in your team and encourage them to give it their best? You can start by getting past the gender differences.
When Yve-Car Momperousse and Stéphane Jean-Baptiste met through mutual friends at the National Haitian Student Alliance Convention, their friendship blossomed into a romantic, business relationship over a mutual passion – Haiti. Dedicated to giving back to the Haitian community through social change, a hair catastrophe that Momperousse experienced in '08 is what unknowingly helped catapult her efforts in not only bringing social change, but also economic growth, to Haiti.
After working in the corporate human resources environment for more than 15 years for three top Fortune 500 companies in their industries (Aerospace, Financial and Chemical respectively), Myra Dorsey knew it was time to launch her own business, one through which she could add something of value to others. So in 2011, in Carroll County, Maryland, she launched La Bodi Massage Inc.
Wall Street analysts may be underestimating the value of Time Warner’s CNN unit, people with close knowledge of its operations said.
Pinterest users have a high rate of customer satisfaction, according to a new survey. Facebook and LinkedIn users? Not so much.
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