“5 Tips for Being a Persuasive Communicator While Working Remotely” -Vault

With remote working as the current norm during the novel coronavirus pandemic, the way we communicate with each other has shifted from in-person to voice and video conferencing. See these five tips from Vault on how to be persuasive when …

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COVID19 & Employment Trends – Wall Street Journal

With COVID19 disrupting life for individuals and companies, the Wall Street Journal has compiled data around decisions around hiring, firing, benefits, and pay for idle workers at major firms. Read more on the WSJ website via the link below.

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Virtual Recruiting Best Practices

From Relish Careers:

Virtual recruiting – or the process of finding, applying, and interviewing for jobs through online digital platforms – has been an increasingly valuable supplement to in-person, on-campus recruiting activities over the last several years. But with the ongoing COVID-19 …

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“23 Essential Tips for Working Remotely” -INC

Professionals and students alike have found themselves adjusting to remote working and learning in the past few weeks. Here are some productivity (and sanity) tips for working from home to help you with the transition.

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“What Does the Coronavirus Pandemic Mean for Your Job Search?” – The Muse

The novel coronavirus pandemic has upended how people and businesses operate as everyone adjusts to social distancing measures and a sudden increase in remote work. As everyone looks to settle into their new “normal” routine for the time being, here …

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“Why the Best Career Advice You Can Give Isn’t Advice at All” – INC Article

While there are lots of ideas and tips out there for how you could carry forward in your career, self reflection enables you find a path forward that is tailored for your individual set of circumstances and unique goals. In …

By Kelley Broome
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“Don’t Wait For Confidence: It’s Over Rated” – Forbes Article

They say that change happens at the edge of our comfort zone. Rather than waiting to build up confidence to act, perhaps we need to be learn to move forward even in the face of uncertainty, which this Forbes article …

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About 7 in 10 companies reported talent shortages in 2019 – the highest in years

According to the Manpower Group’s recent report, companies are having a hard time filling their vacant positions due to a lack of available skilled labor – good news for MBA students at the intersection of business and technology. Read more …

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“How Product Management and Innovation Jobs Are Being Revolutionized” – Forbes article

This interesting article from Forbes explores how technology has been an enabler for product management and innovation. Read more via the link below.

How Product Management and Innovation Jobs Are Being Revolutionized – Forbes

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Warren Buffett, the Power of Communication, & How to Hone Your Communication Skills

This article from the Entrepreneur’s Handbook by Medium focuses on the importance of communication skills in your career and beyond. The article even gives you six exercises you can start now to begin improving your communication skills today. Enjoy!

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