Mariah Carey recently revealed that working on American Idol was the
“worst experience.” If you recall, American Idol hired Carey to serve as
one of the talent show’s judges for Season 12. And she was paid a
pretty penny. So Carey’s recently dishing of her former boss begs the
question, “Is there any case when you should talk bad about an old job?”
TNJ.com asked a round table of experts for their opinion.
Rosalind McLymont, author, executive editor of The Network Journal, CEO
and publisher of AfricaStrictlyBusiness.com, this week received a
Certificate of Excellence from the Global Alliance of Mayors and Leaders
from Africa and of African Descent in Accra, Ghana. McLymont was in
Accra as a delegate to the 4th World Summit of Mayors and Leaders of
Africa and of African Descent from June 1-3.
If you’re anything like me, scheduling a simple meeting with a colleague can easily stretch out into a messy, multistep process: After the opening gambit (“Hey editor: We really should catch up in person!”) can come days of back and forth as you and your meeting partner propose and reject dates and times.