Difficult Conversations and Conflict

Jobseekers can often bring raw emotions like fear, apprehension, and grief into interviews for Recruiters to sift through and find direction. Coaching candidates and clients cultivates everything from trust to annoyance and anger. Waiting for interview feedback is a time of anticipation, self-doubt, and optimism. Being a part of offering someone a job and helping them achieve their professional goals is a time of joy for all parties. Conversely being a part of letting people go or downsizing can be a time of disappointment and sadness.

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Social Media: The best answer to your job search

Social media has definitely arrived to stay. It is not a fad anymore. We spend uncountable hours on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and others. Social media has become part of our daily lives, and I have to admit I am a social media junkie myself. If you are in the job market, the time you spend snooping the life of your friends, acquaintances, coworkers, and getting up to speed with the latest and greatest celebrity pictures can be spent productively when it comes to your job search.

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Internet Voyeurism: How Does it Affect You?

The world eagerly watched the opening ceremonies and the sporting events unfold during this summer’s Olympic Games in London. Social media users in Britain said of the opening ceremonies: “proud”, “amazed”, and “impressed”. All of these words were used to capture the essence of this event. I ask myself, “What effect does social media have on the everyday person and in their lives?”

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