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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] The differences among mentors, coaches and sponsors


The differences among mentors, coaches and sponsors | 11 ways to display professionalism | Why leaders should erase "um" from their vocabulary
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February 3, 2015
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The differences among mentors, coaches and sponsors
Mentors help focus your growth, coaches optimize your performance and sponsors help raise your visibility, Lorena Knapp writes. "You need to take deliberate action to find these people," she writes. Brazen Careerist/Brazen Life blog (2/2)
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11 ways to display professionalism
To be professional in the workplace means more than being good at your job, Dan McCarthy writes. You also need to be reliable, honest, well-spoken, well-groomed and positive. "Competence is a minimum standard -- the rest of what makes up workplace professionalism is all about behavior," McCarthy writes. About.com (1/28)
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Get It Right: Pricing Strategies That Work
Many entrepreneurs hope for success by offering low prices, while in fact most world-class entrepreneurs succeed by setting higher prices. If you're not exactly sure which pricing strategy will work for your business, these 6 steps can help you set your company's prices for success. Read the exclusive article now.

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Why leaders should erase "um" from their vocabulary
Too many people pepper their speech with meaningless "filler words" such as "um" and "uh," writes Jayne Latz, CEO of Corporate Speech Solutions. Opting instead for "a brief pause will give you a moment to collect your thoughts, allow your listeners to absorb your message, and will sound much more confident and professional," Latz writes. StrategyDriven (1/15)
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U.S. oil workers strike after failed labor negotiations
The United Steelworkers union on Sunday called for about 3,800 workers to strike after it failed to reach a contract agreement with major oil companies. The union wants increased safety measures and pay increases and said it will consider a full strike, which could affect 64% of U.S. refineries. Bloomberg (2/1), Time.com (2/2)
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Your Next Challenge
Fix these problems to increase the odds of landing an interview
If job seekers are putting out resumes but not landing interviews, they may need to review whether they are a good fit for the jobs they're applying for, career coach Lisa Quast suggests. Candidates also should make sure they're tailoring each resume to highlight skills outlined in each job description, she advises. Forbes (2/2)
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The Water Cooler
Blogs but no blackberries? Dictionary reform sparks protest
Close-up of dictionary
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Margaret Atwood and many other authors have written to Oxford University Press over the publisher's decision to eliminate words relating to nature, such as "minnow," "almond" and "blackberry," from its junior dictionaries. The missing words have been displaced by terms such as "blog," "dyslexic" and "database." The New Yorker (tiered subscription model) (1/30)
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