Wednesday, April 8, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Here's how to love your job


Here's how to love your job | To win people over, show you care about their views | Why you need a generic job title on LinkedIn
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Here's how to love your job
Learn to accept your work-related failures and look to take on assignments in which you can showcase your strengths, writes Jennifer Winter, sharing tips on how to love your job. Also, don't let a bad day cause long-term anguish. (4/7)
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To win people over, show you care about their views
Having the facts on your side isn't enough when you're trying to convince or persuade people, writes Mark Goulston. To win people over, you need to show that you understand where they're coming from, and that you're interested in their perspective. "Ironically, the key to gaining 'buy-in' and then moving people through the rest of the cycle is not what you tell them, but what you get them to tell you," Goulston writes. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership (4/6)
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Making the Connection
Why you need a generic job title on LinkedIn
When describing yourself on LinkedIn, use generic phrases such as "product manager" and "project manager," suggests career coach Susan Davis-Ali. Doing so makes it more likely that a recruiter will see your profile during keyword searches. USA Today (4/7)
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The Landscape
IRS hopes to bolster its workforce with millennials
The IRS is making a push to hire millennials as it prepares for 40% of its workforce to be eligible to retire in 2019. "Essentially, the IRS is facing its own version of the baby bust," IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said last week. The IRS will need to revamp its image and offer flexible work schedules to attract younger workers, analysts say. Bloomberg (4/6)
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Your Next Challenge
Land the job with these interview tips
Solicit information and tips from people who work at the company where you're interviewing, have thoughtful questions prepared for your interviewer and practice your interview responses, Vicky Oliver writes. Also, try to schedule your interview for a morning in the middle of the week, she suggests. The Globe and Mail (Toronto) (tiered subscription model) (4/6)
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Balancing Yourself
Use the buddy system to tackle stress
Find a colleague with whom you can discuss your stress levels each week, John Brandon writes. "It works because half of your battle is just keeping those stressful thoughts bundled up inside your head," he writes. Inc. online (free registration) (4/6)
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The Water Cooler
What's that sound?
The world is full of strange noises, and some inexplicable sounds have become famous in their own right over the years. Among the weirdest cited in this roundup: the "Bloop," heard around the world in 1997; the "Hum," heard intermittently by a subset of the population; and the "52-Hertz Whale," thought to be the song of a whale singing at a much higher pitch than its fellow cetaceans. (4/6)
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