21st century recruiting

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Frustrations: The “Future” of Recruiting and Lagging Education Practices

I love startups. I have attended two Startup Weekends, I have attended/volunteered at local Women 2.0 Founder Fridays, I have made myself knowledgable about the current industry and trends in the startup world. That being said, one of the trends in the Startup world is (in an effort to shake up the perceived status quo) …

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The Effects of Lazy Content Syndrome

In this digital age, I have been noticing a couple of trends that are frustrating. As an avid Twitter user, I know what it is like to try and compress a compelling concept into a 140-character tweet when dealing with branding or marketing, generating interest. But one of the upshots of our micro-messaging culture is …

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The Accidental Expert

I find that a lot of professionals don’t necessarily guide every facet of their careers. Often, when a generalist becomes a specialist or we take on a specific project, we by default become “experts” while learning and implementing our expertise on the project. Why do I say this? Well, in the course of my career, …

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