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Many of us feel like we’re dead in the water at work if for some reason email, text, job boards, spreadsheets, and Facebook aren't available. A wise talent advisor, however, recognizes that there are plenty of opportunities to add value and increase ROI with no technology required.
Being a talent advisor isn't a passive role. As we head into 2015, I’d like to encourage you to be a curious observer of HR technology -- and here's why.
Here are four things you need to focus on now to make the most impact for your career and your company and become a trusted talent advisor in 2015.
Executive presence is ageless. Talent advisors of all generations can be bold, confident and courageous leaders who can mobilize the masses. Here are three ideas to help you start earning respect as a leader.
Today, success has a lot to do with self-promotion. There's a fine line, however, between showcasing your talent and showing off. Fortunately, there's a better way to promote yourself at work (without being obnoxious).
“I just knew I wanted to make a difference somehow, but I couldn’t identify exactly how,” says Amazon.com recruiter Jessica Salo, of her decision to apply to the Hadassah Leadership Fellows Program (HLF). The HLF is a two-year fellowship program designed to inspire and cultivate future leaders who want to affect change on global scale. Now in her second year of the program, Salo says has discovered a passion for “finding areas in my life where I can directly influence change.”
As of right now, Jessica is influencing change in her role at Amazon.
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