Comparing Yourself to Others

Posted & filed under Leadership, Social Media, Workplace Stress.

Comparing yourself to others is a very powerful mental affliction. When we are children, we compare ourselves to others as a way of discovering “who I am,” using others as references. However, as adults, when we compare ourselves to others, it is usually to evaluate ourselves as “worse than” or “better than” or “equal to”… Read more »

Pinterest… for Recruiting? Really?

Posted & filed under Intraplacement, Planning, Social Media, Staffing Tips.

Maybe you’ve read about Pinterest’s amazing stats. 11.7 million unique users by January 2012, making it the fastest site in history to break through the 10 million unique visitor mark. Drove more referral traffic to retailers than LinkedIn, YouTube, and Google+ combined in January 2012. Had a user base of 3.3 million people as of… Read more »

Research Reveals How HR Uses Social Media

Posted & filed under Planning, Social Media, Staffing Tips.

I’m often asked about how human resource pros, recruiters, and talent management people are using or can use social media in the professional and corporate work environment. HR Toolbox recently unveiled a survey that provides some interesting insights into how the HR industry is using social media–and their findings might surprise you. HR pros are… Read more »

How to Use Facebook… And still show your face at work

Posted & filed under Social Media, Workplace Stress.

By now, you probably understand the potential dangers of social media. Indiscriminate use can seriously damage your professional reputation. So when people in your office (especially your boss) want to be your Facebook friend, how do you use Facebook so that you can still show your face at work?Here are several quick tips for managing… Read more »