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[RED DEMOCRATICA] Revitalize your career with informational interviews


Revitalize your career with informational interviews | David Carr's strength was caring for and about people | How Mitel got 1,600 employees to gab about it online
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February 16, 2015
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Revitalize your career with informational interviews
Rejuvenate your career by examining your strengths and the skills you could improve upon, Susan Murphy writes. It helps to hold informational interviews with leaders in your field to discuss work-related ideas and experiences. "You may find ideas for invigorating work in your current field that you can implement immediately," Murphy points out. Forbes (2/15)
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David Carr's strength was caring for and about people
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The late New York Times staffer David Carr was a preternaturally talented writer, but many who knew him will remember him first and foremost as a mentor, writes James daSilva. For all his flaws, Carr was genuinely curious about people and determined to help those around him achieve their potential. "David Carr was a lot of things. One thing he remains, in the present tense, is a force in the lives of people he touched," daSilva writes. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership (2/16)
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5 tips for managing negative online comments
The Internet gives your customers a voice online, but what can you do when that voice is yelling negative comments? With 5 tips, you can learn how to positively respond and help direct the conversation. Read the article and learn the 5 ways to respond positively.

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How Mitel got 1,600 employees to gab about it online
Business-communications company Mitel went from having 30 employees active on social media in March to having 1,600 employees using Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook to promote the firm in November. The company prepared training materials and "canned tweets" that employees could use to get started, and it empowered workers by telling them to use their best judgment. MIT Sloan Management Review online (2/11)
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Your Next Challenge
How to prime your resume for a career change
Professionals changing careers should craft their resumes to focus on their skills instead of their work histories, Amy Lindgren writes. Include a two- or three-sentence profile of your strengths, and seek to answer the question "What can I offer that is most needed in the new field?" she writes. Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.) (2/15)
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