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4 Lies about social media | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog 4 Lies about social media Posted to: Job Hunt | Networking | Promoting Yourself October 21st, 2009 And almost everyone knows that social media is a great way to build your network. But many of you are making lots of social media mistakes. I know because so many people tell me that social media is a waste of their time.

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Friday Five: Tech, HR Tech and a Good Night’s Sleep


I’m not much for market watching, myself, so I’ve gathered a handful of links on the related story that’s more interesting to me: diversity in tech. Nearly half of respondents to Percival’s study said that they thought it was more likely for a man to get promoted than a woman, and “women in leadership roles reported being held back by male-dominated work environments at more than twice the rate of women in mid-level positions or below.”

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5 Post-Election Steps for Every Business


President Elect Trump’s transition team and potential cabinet are packed with social conservatives and anti-globalists (to say nothing about his campaign promises), so fears of isolationism, punitive security policies, loss of healthcare, deportation and a turn from progressive values are well founded. That’s why your diversity initiative is so important right now. If You Value Diversity, Say it Loudly Today and Every Day.

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Honing Your Core Entrepreneurial Skills: Business Acumen

Water Cooler Wisdom

According to the Career Advisory Board’s 2013 Job Preparedness Indicator study , business acumen is one of the most desired but rare leadership in today’s economy.    Leaders with strong business acumen can absorb information from a diverse array of sources, imagine future scenarios, and use their good judgment to make sensible decisions.

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Networking: That Miracle Word

Career Realism

Others pair young juniors with executives to teach them how to use social media tools.). For example, I have a career advisor who helps me establish and meet my goals; a producer who advices me on media issues; a lawyer, a literary agent, an agent for my media career, and so on. Daisy Auger-Domínguez, Vice President Organizational and Workforce Diversity at Disney ABC Television Group.

my mom is my HR manager and it’s not good, I walked in on my boss crying, and more

Ask a Manager

Billy was likely getting this information from social media and mutual friends, not my computer, but I was wary about giving him access to any personal files, emails, etc., Not only did she deny my request, she has continued to employ Billy’s company the last five years and invites Billy to mandatory office social events, like anniversary and summer parties. Is it okay to care about diversity in company website photos? It’s five answers to five questions.

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What makes a blog successful? | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

So I decided to sell equity in my blog and spin off a company. A year ago, when I started blogging (thanks, btw) I wanted to set myself apart from fellow graduates as having a POV on social media as it pertains to PR. You motivated me to get moving on social networking, jump in and learn to swim. Is this your first time here? About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog What makes a blog successful?

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