(1 Vote)

Take ownership of your learning. The “Teach ME” days are over.  You are in charge of your own learning.  Don’t put your learning in the hands of anyone else.  You are responsible for learning from everything and everyone.  

Don’t wait for them to tell you in a class.  Learning is like Leadership, it can be learned, but cannot be taught.

(1 Vote)

Unlearn to learn. To make room for new learning, you have to unlearn first.

(1 Vote)

Agencies and HR Departments partnering, through social media, to promote job vacancies and to develop a network of “passive” candidates for both agencies and companies alike.

(1 Vote)

Great professionals need agents the same way that sports figures, actors and artists need them.

Professionals who are really good at what they do are highly sought and they need someone to manage their commitments, jobs and projects. The role of the headhunter will flip.  

(1 Vote)

I am my own brand. What differentiates you from the rest?

What makes you different from the pack in a competitive and changing environment? If you don’t know what makes you different and you don’t communicate your message, then how can you expect others to know?

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Google, Google+, Linkedin, Twitter, and Pinterest will be your business card and your CV.

(1 Vote)

Social is not only a question of “social media”.  Community and environment also matter. What do you do for them? What do you do besides work?  You want companies to do something to make the world a better place.  

(1 Vote)

If we define the Game Generation as that which grew up playing video games, it is estimated that this generation is more than 90 million people strong—ONLY in the United States! Their brains are wired differently.

(2 votes)

The UN estimates that in 2050, 22% of the world’s population will be over 60.  

The over-60s will be working side by side with colleagues who may be up to 50 years younger than they are…

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