networking

Networking From Scratch — If My Professional Network Suddenly Disappeared, Here Is How I Would Build It Up Again

– Posted in: networking, Uncategorized

A reader of my recent networking post, Ten People You Need To Have In Your Professional Network, gave me a follow-up challenge: I've been to so many lectures or read articles and they all say the same thing. Rely on your network or use your network to accomplish this or that. What they all overlook [...]

Money Management Is Career Management – 5 Moves You Can Make In Minutes

– Posted in: Blog Talk Radio Show, career management

In this episode, I cover money management because money and career are tightly linked. I share 5 of my favorite tips and strategies, including: • Money education resources, including my personal favorites • How employers vet your money skills in the hiring process and how you can stay on top of this • Why networking [...]

Behind-the-Scenes In MBA Recruiting: Six Recruiters Share What Works In Job Search Today

– Posted in: career coaching, negotiate and close the offer, networking, overall job search skills

In addition to my talk on career change for the 2015 Asian MBA Conference, I contributed a behind-the-scenes look at the MBA recruiting process. I interview five recruiters on what works and what doesn't work in job search today: Recruiters will never give you the “real” reason why you didn’t get selected for an interview [...]

4 Ways To Use Rankings And Lists To Grow Your Business

– Posted in: entrepreneurship, marketing yourself, networking

Rankings and lists can help you grow your business. For example, Payscale, the salary site, recently released a ranking of undergraduate colleges by 20-year ROI. I summarized four interesting findings from the Payscale College ROI report (party schools trump sober schools!) in my latest Forbes post. But fun facts aside, rankings and lists – Fortune [...]