Tuesday, October 25, 2016

[RED DEMOCRATICA] How industry networking events can make you more efficient


How to adjust when a peer is promoted | Don't assume you're doing all the work | How industry networking events can make you more efficient
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October 25, 2016
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Getting Ahead
How to adjust when a peer is promoted
Having a peer become your new boss can be risky because coworkers might not easily accept the role change or the new boss could misuse their power, says Stanford University professor Robert Sutton. To mitigate these risks, prepare for the change accordingly and think about what you can do to help make the transition a smooth one.
Harvard Business Review online (tiered subscription model) (10/24) 
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Don't assume you're doing all the work
The brain's tendency to focus on your own efforts more than those of other people can make you believe you're doing more at work than your colleagues are, writes Art Markman. It's important to consciously acknowledge the efforts of your coworkers to maintain good working relationships and an atmosphere of collaboration.
Fast Company online (10/24) 
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Making the Connection
How industry networking events can make you more efficient
It may seem difficult to carve out the time to attend a big industry conference, but you can often fit a month's worth of normal networking within a single weekend at such events, writes Amanda Pressner Kreuser. To get the most out of your next major event, research good meeting spots, contact those you would like to connect with and choose which conference activities will be most important to you.
Inc. online (free registration) (10/24) 
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The Landscape
EEOC releases strategic enforcement plan
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission plans to focus on "issues related to complex employment relationships and structures in the 21st century workplace" over the next four years, since roughly 30% of adults of working age in the US are engaged in freelance or "gig" work to some degree. The agency will also address data analytics and "backlash" discrimination against Muslims and people of Middle Eastern descent.
SHRM Online (10/24) 
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Your Next Challenge
What to leave off of your resume
Sheiresa Ngo outlines seven items to leave off your updated resume, including details about your hobbies and jobs that have no relevance to the position. "Remember that the resume that got you your current job isn't necessarily going to help you get your next job," she writes.
Cheat Sheet (10/24) 
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Balancing Yourself
How to ensure you don't get overstressed
You can reduce the negative effects of stress on your health and quality of life by scheduling your downtime in advance, planning events with those you care about and putting your well-being first, writes Elisha Lowe. "As a career professional or entrepreneur, when operating on zero downtime, your work grind can actually kill you," Lowe writes.
Black Enterprise (10/24) 
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The Water Cooler
The science behind autumn colors
The science behind autumn colors
Shenandoah National Park in 2015 (Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images)
Each autumn, Americans can witness leaves turn a variety of vibrant colors before falling to the ground. At heart, the process is a chemical reaction triggered by a diminishing amount of daylight, as these articles explore.
The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) (tiered subscription model) (10/21),  North Platte Telegraph (Neb.) (10/23) 
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