It's You and the Gatekeeper and the Battle of Wit.
“What is it you’re trying to accomplish?” the dreaded Gatekeeper question came.
1. Real-Time Collaboration is Ripening
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Predicted events for the year 2059:
Question: How does someone who is basically shy extract information from those formidable Gatekeepers?
The nonprofit body that oversees Internet addresses approved Friday the use of Hebrew, Hindi, Korean and other scripts not based on Latin characters in a decision that could make the Web dramatically more inclusive.
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Kohlben Vodden, Marketing4recruiters, gives us the law on succeeding w/Twitter:
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I asked this question over on ERE in the Recruiting Leadership group. I hope you'll comment! Is Social Media really worth all the brou-ha-ha these days?
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Twitter U.S. growth flat since June - expansion coming from abroad.
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Neither introverts nor extroverts are “better” – they are just different. In order to demonstrate personal and professional leadership, understanding self and others is important. Take the time to learn about your co-workers and how they operate.
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What type of impression is your "phone" voice making? Indeed there are two areas you should be aware of when speaking. One is "what' you say, the other the "how" you say it. Studies show that as much as 87% of the listener's opinion of you is based on your voice alone. That leaves only 13% allocated to what we are saying to make a positive impression. With numbers like these it is easy to see why your voice is so important in your career and… Continue
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An interesting LinkedIn question asked: Let's suppose money wasn't an object. I know, I know...it is. But money aside, if you were told you could pick one tool/solution or even a mashup/combo of a couple of sourcing tools available, to help with your efforts to find talented candidates both passive and active, what would you choose and why?
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I asked this question over on Linkedin and the 43 responses were interesting, to say the least. Read them here. Some say you should, some say you definitely shouldn't, and the logic behind some of them is… Continue
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Wikio is an information portal with a news search engine that searches press sites and blogs. How are you using it (if you are)?
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Interesting LinkedIn discussion here. (You must be a member of the "Name Sourcing" on LinkedIn group to read it.) Here's one answwer by Tara Gowland:
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Craig Silverman offers us this over on recruitingblogs:
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"...for many types of searches (news, events, sports, stocks, shopping, etc.), the most recent information is often the most relevant. And it’s hard to beat millions of people Tweetng out their thoughts—the “pulse of the planet,” if you will—for realtime information about every subject imaginable. Google and Bing need access to this stream of data if they want to keep their results fresh and relevant."
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"...when you’re on the train commuting to work..., it’s way easier to use a pulldown menu and a few keywords to look for candidates for that new req. Behind the scene AutoSearch Mobile converts your keywords into Boolean, then searches the web for public resumes and a handful of key business networking sites for matches." ~ John Zappe More… Continue
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I wrote an article about this a coupl'a years back on Fordyce and you can read it here.
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