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  Resume Rescue: Tame My Resume From Long and Shaggy to Short and Chic
by Barbara Safani - Oct, 2010
When it comes to resumes, longer is rarely better. In today's fast-paced world, hiring managers generally spend less than 15 seconds looking at a resume. They want to be able to see your key differentiators quickly, and they will rarely look past page two to find the information they need. So how do you keep your resume concise without sacrificing clarity or quality? Here are some common resume problems that can result in a do...
 
  A Postmodern Chicken Little Story
by Dr. Linda Burrs - Oct, 2010
Chicken Little was a postmodern chicken. She enjoyed the freedom to express herself with her friends and sister chickens as they clucked about the barnyard. One day, Chicken Little experienced some cognitive dissonance when an object hit her on the head. Having never experienced this phenomenon, her left-brain interpreter kicked in and deduced that the sky must be falling. As she attempted to decide what to do about this impen...
 
  Building Mentoring Programs That Work
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
According to the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), over 75% of executives target mentoring as one of the key factors in their business success. ASTD states that mentoring programs create many rewards for the individuals involved, and for the organization as well. Mentoring programs contribute to employee retention, greater employee satisfaction and morale, increased knowledge, rewarding personal experiences...
 
  Clean Up a Toxic Workplace
by Dr. Linda Burrs - Oct, 2010
Organizations with sound diversity and inclusion strategies frequently experience higher rates of creativity, are able to hire and retain the best and brightest talent and make product development a priority in order to stay competitive. Yet for years — and in some circles today — the word diversity has been associated with controversial, even negatively viewed practices, such as affirmative action, the Equal Employment Op...
 
  Diversity – More Than A Notion
by Dr. Linda Burrs - Oct, 2010
Abstract Oh no, here we go again…not another diversity initiative…not another diversity article…not another diversity program! Sound familiar? What’s wrong with this scenario? The problem is that for far too long, diversity has been the “whipping post” for many issues in organizations that are not necessarily about diversity in and of them selves. Diversity Defined There are over 6 billion people on this planet we...
 
  How Real Women Get Ahead
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
Forget what you heard about ¡§being one of the boys,¡¨ ¡§having it all,¡¨ and ¡§going for the jugular.¡¨ Here is how real women get ahead. Get In Line According to Catalyst¡¦s 2002 Census of Women Corporate Officers and Top Earners, women fill less than ten percent of line positions held by corporate officers and just 5.2% of top earners at Fortune 500 companies are women. Is there a correlation? Absolutely. Half of wome...
 
  How To Write A Job Description
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
Think of a job description as a “snapshot” of a job. The job description needs to communicate clearly and concisely what responsibilities and tasks the job entails and to indicate, as well, the key qualifications of the job – the basic requirements (specific credentials or skills) – and, if possible, the attributes that underlie superior performance. Following is a quick look at the categories that make up a well-written jo...
 
  Human resources consultant lists 10 tips for writing a terrific resume
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
If you are looking for a job, writing a resume is one of the first steps you need to take. The goal of a resume is to get you in the door with prospective employers. And, you have about 30 seconds to grab the reader's attention. As the former Manager of Staffing for a Fortune 500 company, certified career counselor, and board member of several nonprofit organizations, I have reviewed thousands of resumes. Based upon my exper...
 
  Ignoring Sexual Harassment Is Expensive: 5 Tips To Prevent Lawsuits
by Judith Lindenberger - Oct, 2010
In the 1980s, after a $1 million dollar sexual harassment lawsuit against the government, I developed and conducted the first-ever training for federal employees. Fast forward thirty years and the workplace is still rampant with sexual harassment claims and lawsuits. In 2006, the largest sexual harassment lawsuit ever, at $1 billion dollars, was filed. The complaint cites lewd behavior and reduced opportunities for women wh...
 
  Inclusion Gone Viral
by Dr. Linda Burrs - Oct, 2010
Getting the inclusion virus can be a great thing as viruses by their very natures duplicate and spread! Having the inclusion virus go viral is symptomatic of an organization that has learned to value diversity in all of its forms and has created a culture that has learned to leverage its diversities to increase and enhance the organization's performance. In the same way viral marketing is encouraged, viral inclusion needs...
 
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