Influencing People and People Who Influence Recently I had a conversation with a very bright consumer psychologist who told me that in life, there are two kinds of people, 1) Those that influence others, and 2) the people they influence.
Weber Shandwick Digital Supervisor Marcy Massura sits down with SocialChorus' Joe Burton to discuss Influencer Engagement in the SocialChorus lounge at BlogWorld. Content and/or other value provided by our partner, BlogWorld NYC 2012.
There is an oft-quoted statement from the 19th century moralist and historian Lord Acton that says, “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” He was writing to a Bishop Mandell Creighton in the year 1887. The quotation goes on to...
Don’t “bury the lead” in first-stage recruiting; you may lose potential stars. Your company may be limiting its recruiting success by not articulating clearly enough — and early enough — its most compelling attractors for job candidates.
Today is a very good day. Today is a very big day. Today is the day I announce a partnership with Broadbean offering their clients my social media, mobile, and technology insights for the HR and recruitment industries.
"The cold darkness swooped in as I walked up a cobble-stoned road, my boots tap-tapping. A sound echoed behind me. I stopped to listen. Nothing. I started back on my way. Their was an echo behind me once again, this time I turned when I stopped.
Top 2012 SHRM Annual Conference Sessions We’re cutting through the crap and getting to the meat of the matter when it comes to SHRM 2012 Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA next week. We’ve chosen our Top Ten sexiest sessions you really shouldn’t miss.
Sometimes you know your job just isn't right for you. Maybe you're in the wrong field, don't enjoy the work, feel surrounded by untrustworthy coworkers, or have an incompetent boss. Most people would tell you to find something that's a better fit.
This One Time at BrandCamp . . . Last week, I took a few days off and went to camp - People's Report Summer Brand Camp and Conference, in Dallas, TX. Traditionally, summer camps are thought of for children- a woody place with hiking, music,...