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[RED DEMOCRATICA] How to optimize your LinkedIn profile


Behaviors that sabotage career growth | How good managers can become great leaders | How to optimize your LinkedIn profile
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December 3, 2014
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Getting Ahead
Behaviors that sabotage career growth
Workers who complain too much, do a poor job communicating or never think for themselves are likely to be passed over for promotions even if they do other things well, experts say. "A team member who contributes undue stress among surrounding employees -- even if that person is great at their job -- may not be worth the additional expense of a raise," says Mary Ellen Slayter of Monster.com. Fast Company online (12/2)
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How good managers can become great leaders
A skilled manager doesn't necessarily make a successful leader, writes CBAC CEO Andrew Cravenho. Leaders master the arts of communicating a vision, setting priorities, giving feedback and spotting early signs of disloyalty among employees. "Very few managers come to their positions with great leadership skills. These skills must be learned," Cravenho writes. ThoughtLeaders blog (12/1)
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How Much Do You Really Need to Make? The Answer May Shock You
Rather than focus on what you can afford to pull out of the business to cover your living expenses, you need to focus on how much you need to earn at your business in order to afford the lifestyle you want to have. This is where the Personal Earnings Goal, or PEG, comes into play. Learn how to calculate your PEG and find out how much you really need to make.

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How to optimize your LinkedIn profile
Your LinkedIn profile should include a headline that describes your personal brand and a summary of 40 words or more, writes Randy Woods, who shares insights from a recent event in Seattle. Profiles that list educational credentials and comprehensive work histories are far more likely to be viewed than are shorter profiles, he writes. The Seattle Times/Work Life blog (12/2)
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The ROI of Privacy with TRUSTe Solutions
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The Landscape
Survey: Employees lack awareness of whistleblower policies
Nearly half of employees at multinational companies don't know if their employers have whistleblower policies, according to a survey by law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. This lack of awareness means companies lose the opportunity to discover wrongdoing before investigators intervene and mitigate penalties when companies are targeted. Bloomberg (11/30)
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Your Next Challenge
Avoid these resume cliches
Don't include buzzwords such as "hardworking" and "team player" on your resume or use cliche statements such as "references available upon request," writes Arnie Fertig. "Like with mission statements, when writing cover letters and resumes or interviewing for a new position, it's too easy to eagerly conform to what you think others want to hear," he writes. U.S. News World Report/On Careers blog (12/2)
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Balancing Yourself
Burnout killing productivity? Try these tips
Schedule a weekly dinner date or happy hour or explore a new hobby to combat workplace burnout, experts suggest. Also, consider enlisting the help of friends and family to brainstorm ideas about reducing burnout. New York Post (12/1)
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The Water Cooler
Companies are cutting back on holiday parties, survey indicates
Eighty-eight percent of companies plan to throw holiday parties this year, according to a survey by the recruiting firm Battalia Winston. Last year 96% of companies hosted holiday parties, while 91% of companies threw parties in 2012. Crain's New York Business (11/26)
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