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5 Ways To Build A Powerful Personal Brand

5 Ways To Build A Powerful Personal Brand | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

What do you want your brand to say about you?


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Daniel Watson's curator insight, May 2, 2:16 AM

 

The world has changed so much in the last decade or so, and the business world, is not immune from all of the changes that have taken place. Today, if you want to survive in the world at large, and earn an income whilst doing so, you need to build and manage your own brand. This is especially true in this digital age, and this article tells you how to build a powerful business brand, in five easy steps.

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Krapte op de arbeidsmarkt: dit is hét moment voor een carrièreswitch

Krapte op de arbeidsmarkt: dit is hét moment voor een carrièreswitch | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Door de krapte op de arbeidsmarkt is het tegenwoordig makkelijker dan ooit om te switchen van baan. Maar hoe pak je dat precies aan? Dat lees je in dit blog!
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Best Etsy Resume Templates for Sale, $10 and Under

Best Etsy Resume Templates for Sale, $10 and Under | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Does your resume really reflect all that you have to offer?
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Create a Growth Culture, Not a Performance-Obsessed One

Create a Growth Culture, Not a Performance-Obsessed One | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
You need four things to do it.

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Scholingsbeleid moet veranderen om de uitdagingen op de arbeidsmarkt het hoofd te bieden

Scholingsbeleid moet veranderen om de uitdagingen op de arbeidsmarkt het hoofd te bieden | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Nederland investeert te weinig in scholing. Het is daarom zaak om het aanbod en de toegankelijkheid van het onderwijs te verbeteren. Scholingsbeleid zou er met name op gericht moeten zijn om, in samenwerking met de sectoren, het onderwijsaanbod in de regio te versterken. Het zijn bijzondere tijden. Bedrijven schreeuwen bijna even hard om personeel als […]
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Thanks, Robots! Now These Four Non-Tech Job Skills Are In Demand

Thanks, Robots! Now These Four Non-Tech Job Skills Are In Demand | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

Automation isn’t a simple struggle between people and technology, with the two sides competing for jobs. The more we rely on robots, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning, the clearer it’s become just how much we need social scientists and humanities experts–not the reverse.

 

These four skills in particular are all unique to us humans, and will arguably rise in value in the coming years, as more and more companies realize they need the best of both worlds to unleash the potential from both humans and machines.

 

AI and machine learning are extremely useful for solving straightforward, predictable problems and finding patterns no human would ever be able to spot in big data pools. But they’re less helpful in sussing out issues where it’s not a given what the problem actually consists of.

 

Say a patient gradually stops taking her medication, and an algorithm picks up on that fall-off early on. That’s great, but you still need a human being to ask why and contextualize the reasons–with a full understanding of what it means to live with chronic illness. For instance, is the patient simply forgetting to take her medication, or actively choosing not to? Is there an alternative remedy that suits the patient’s priorities and lifestyle?


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 25, 5:45 PM

The more we rely on AI and machine learning, the more work we need social scientists and humanities experts to do.

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Best Tests To Help You Understand Your Strengths And Weaknesses

Best Tests To Help You Understand Your Strengths And Weaknesses | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Knowing what your personality is made up of can allow you to engage and interact with your environment better, making you a more effective and productive leader.

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15 members of Forbes Coaches Council share the best assessment tests they recommend to their clients and why they are important. Here is what they had to say.
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Big Changes Are Coming to Talent Acquisition in 2018. Here's What You Need to Know

Big Changes Are Coming to Talent Acquisition in 2018. Here's What You Need to Know | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

2017 was an exciting year for talent acquisition. We prepared for Generation Z. Leaders realized how critical it is to recruit

female talent. Organizations focused on offering attractive benefits that supported employee development and even infertility.

 

With all that progress, it'd be a shame to take two steps back in 2018. Dive into the new trends before it's too late.

 

This is what you need to concentrate on when hiring in 2018:

1. Focus on adaptability.

If we learned anything in 2017, it's that corporate stability is elusive. One week your company is leading the industry, the next the CEO is facing a series of scandals. If your workforce can't thrive in changing conditions, they won't achieve long-term success.

 

Andreas Pettersson is the chief product officer of the video cloud security company Arcus. The company is currently in the middle of a big hiring push, and they're approaching talent acquisition in a new way.

 

Pettersson pointed out that in the past, organizations looked for employees who adhered to a rigid plan. That is no longer the case.

"For today's most agile teams, a set plan is no longer a feasible or successful strategy for product development," he said. "In 2018, rather than technical skills defining the gold standard recruit, ideal candidates will fit seamlessly into the team, thrive in an empowered environment, and focus on solving the problem at hand."

 

This will be true for all industries, not just tech. Assemble a team that can keep up with the changing business environment. Look for candidates who have a wide range of experiences.

 

Check out LinkedIn and reach out to candidates who have successfully transitioned from one industry to another. This is one sign that they are adaptable.

2. Know your ABCs: AI, blockchain, and chatbots.

We've been talking about artificial intelligence for years. But we're just starting to see useful applications when it comes to hiring. Newer software saves hiring managers countless hours by pre-screening candidates.

 

Brian Christman is the vice president of people at the digital freight marketplace Transfix. He also has over a decade of experience helping companies like Etsy and SiriusXM scale.

 

"By leveraging big data and machine learning, recruiters are able to cast wider nets," said Christman. "They become more efficient in building high-quality pipelines, and ultimately can better predict the skills and attributes of prospective candidates that will have the highest probability of success."

 

Find an AI tool that will grow with your company. For example, Mosaictrack uses technology similar to IB's Watson to read through resumes like a human. Over time, it becomes more attuned to the skills and cultural factors you need. This leaves hiring managers more time to develop relationships with top talent.

 

Blockchain technology is another tool that will be gaining momentum this year. It was developed for exchanging bitcoin, but now there are wider applications.

 

Blockchain allows for a faster interaction with information by two or more parties. Everyone has the most up-to-date information, no matter how many people are using it.

 

Imagine how that could simplify team hiring. Instead of scrolling through an endless chain of messages to see what each person thought of a candidate, use blockchain technology. This will assure that each individual can easily add their own opinions and see those of everyone else.

 

Finally, chatbots are beginning to make a big impact. The technology saves hiring managers from wasting time on candidates who are a bad fit.

 

Put a chatbot on your company career page. Then potential candidates can interact with it and ask questions. Bringing things full circle, the chatbot can then deliver that communication to AI software. If there are signs that this is a strong candidate, you can make direct contact with them.

3. Make recruitment and marketing BFFs.

Google for Jobs, which debuted in 2017, will impact how organizations craft job listings in the coming year.

 

"Now recruiters have to think about how they are marketing their openings, which keywords you use, the schema behind how you set it up and ultimately what specific personas they want to attract," said Teri Calderon, executive vice president of human resources at technician staffing firm Field Nation.

 

Chances are your hiring team has no idea how to optimize a job posting so it will appear on the first page of Google. Offer training that explains to them why this is important. Provide a list of researched keywords that your ideal candidates will be searching for. This will ensure that the best talent applies with your company first.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, January 21, 5:01 PM

From chatbots to marketing skills, 2018 has some new talent acquisition curveballs you need to be ready to hit out of the park.

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Short and sweet article on the changes coming for Talent Acquisition teams - this can obviously be extended to all recruitment businesses (RPO's, agencies etc). Enjoy and have a great week ahead. 

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Dit zijn dé 5 trends in het cv voor het komende jaar - Werf&

Dit zijn dé 5 trends in het cv voor het komende jaar - Werf& | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

Het cv is al vaak doodverklaard, maar nog steeds van belang in werving en selectie. Dit zijn dé 5 belangrijkste trends in het uitgeschreven levensoverzicht. 

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De 8 meest toekomstbestendige banen van Nederland | HR Praktijk

De 8 meest toekomstbestendige banen van Nederland | HR Praktijk | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
De komende decennia zullen veel werkzaamheden die nu nog door mensen worden uitgevoerd, worden geautomatiseerd. Dat heeft grote impact op de beroepsbevolking en de gevraagde functies. Dit zijn de acht meest toekomstbestendige banen van Nederland. Goed nieuws: HR staat er ook tussen!
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Ga niet naar kantoor als je een slechte dag hebt (dit is waarom)

Ga niet naar kantoor als je een slechte dag hebt (dit is waarom) | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
De Braziliaanse ondernemer en bestsellerauteur Ricardo Semler trekt zich niets aan van hoe het hoort. Hij pleit voor radicale wijsheid: intuïtie in plaats van kennis en vrijheid in plaats van regels. De drie belangrijkste inzichten van Semler op een rij.
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33 Smart Habits That Will Train Other People to Treat You With Respect

33 Smart Habits That Will Train Other People to Treat You With Respect | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

What do people want out of work? More than money, more than benefits, much more than job security, a recent survey says, they want to be treated with respect.

 

If that sounds like you, how can you increase the respect you get each day at work? It turns out that there are specific habits you can cultivate that allow you to train the people you work with to treat you respectfully each day.

 

Here are 33 of these proven habits that can help, if you're willing to stick with them. Implement a few, take inspiration from the others, and you'll likely see dividends quickly.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, December 7, 2017 5:17 PM

Most of these are small, subtle changes in behavior, but they can have a big impact on how much other people respect you.

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#Respect? Treat others with respect.

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Introvert Or Extrovert, Successful Entrepreneurs Share These 5 Traits

Introvert Or Extrovert, Successful Entrepreneurs Share These 5 Traits | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

While clear-cut introverts and extroverts may be few and far between–with most people falling somewhere on the “ambiversion” spectrum–there is such a thing as an “entrepreneurial personality,” broadly speaking. That doesn’t mean all successful entrepreneurs are the same, of course. But for all the personality traits they don’t have in common, there are a few core characteristics successful founders share–and some of those traits are more obvious than others.

 

After all, whenever you read about or personally encounter a successful entrepreneur, you’re observing only the surface of where they are in the present moment. These are some of the more decisive internal qualities that drive founders’ success, no matter which qualities they outwardly project.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, November 14, 2017 4:57 PM

No matter how their personalities appear to others, entrepreneurs all possess a few key, inner characteristics.

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The better you’re able to communicate with others and form strong connections, the better you’ll navigate stressful, emotionally trying experiences.

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Let your integrity be the understanding that moves your progress along
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How to Approach the Job Search

How to Approach the Job Search | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
At times, I am amazed at people in transition who approach the job search the way we used to in the past. Looking for a job nowadays puts job seeker

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Why You Should Hire Emotionally Intelligent Employees

Why You Should Hire Emotionally Intelligent Employees | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

Perhaps you've heard the saying, "hire hard, manage easy." This implies that having a well thought-out hiring strategy can lead to on-boarding employees that best fit your company culture. This saying certainly holds true in today's age, where having a cohesive culture has become essential for a strong business.

 

Making a good hiring decision starts by creating a highly detailed and specific job description designed to flesh out the best applicants.


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Specific skills and experiences are only part of the hiring puzzle.

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There isn't a facet or aspect of any business were emotional intelligence isn't a positive contributor and factor in success. The ROI on EQ is well documented.

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The Key to Better Conversations

The Key to Better Conversations | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Our social lives are heavily influenced by the nature of the conversations we hold. New communications research shows how to make your conversations work for you.
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13 tekenen dat ze je een baan gaan aanbieden

13 tekenen dat ze je een baan gaan aanbieden | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Niets is zeker, maar in de 'wachttijd' kan je de puzzel al best aardig leggen.
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Facebook zet aanval op LinkedIn door, en rolt Facebook Jobs uit naar 40+ landen

Facebook zet aanval op LinkedIn door, en rolt Facebook Jobs uit naar 40+ landen | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Of Nederland erbij zit is nog even afwachten, maar de plannen van Facebook om de recruitmentmarkt te penetreren zijn in elk geval wel serieus, nu Facebook Jobs wordt uitgerold naar meer dan 40 landen. België zit er volgens persbureau Belga zeker bij, naast onder meer Frankrijk, het Verenigd Koninkrijk, Spanje, Italië, Duitsland, Argentinië en Brazilië. …
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15 Favorite Interview Questions to Completely Disarm Job Candidates (in a Really Good Way)

15 Favorite Interview Questions to Completely Disarm Job Candidates (in a Really Good Way) | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

Maybe your favorite interview question is one of the most common interview questions. Maybe it's one of the most common behavioral interview questions. Or maybe you have a less conventional interview question you like to ask, like those asked by these company founders and CEOs.

 

What is your favorite interview question? To find out, we asked the Inc. community on LinkedIn to provide their favorites, as well as their reasons why. Below are some of the responses; go here and here to see them all.

 

1. "What is the hardest thing you've ever done?"

 

The answer can be personal or professional. What the candidate accomplished isn't as important as how -- and why. What were the hurdles? What were the roadblocks? Did the candidate seek help? Does the candidate credit the people who helped?

 

The answer also can provide insight into how the candidate defines "hard," and how their perspective align with the challenges your business faces.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, February 25, 5:53 PM

We asked readers for their favorite interview questions -- and we weren't disappointed.

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A few people have however grumbled that blaze flash website header design does not work. They say that the glimmer film takes too long to load, thus the vast majority will end up anxious and leave. To be honest, this is consistent with some degree. However, in all actuality, there are approaches to maintain a strategic distance from this. For example, rather than influencing the entire motion picture to stack at one time, the creator could separate it into parts.

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‘De banen zoals we die nu kennen, gaan verdwijnen’

‘De banen zoals we die nu kennen, gaan verdwijnen’ | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Viktor Mayer-Schönberger: Google en Amazon maken oude bedrijven overbodig en veranderen de aard van banen en werk, waarschuwt de Oxford-hoogleraar. Met grote gevolgen. „We moeten goed zorgen voor de verliezers van dit soort industriële revoluties, anders ontstaan er enorme crises”.
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The Real Future of Work

The Real Future of Work | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
Forget automation. The workplace is already cracking up in profound ways, and Washington is sorely behind on dealing with it.

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5 ways to ooze confidence—and professionalism—on the job

5 ways to ooze confidence—and professionalism—on the job | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
The co-founder of career site Levo, Caroline Ghosn, dishes on everything from from how to send the right email to tips on how to feel confident at work.
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LinkedIn’s 2017 U.S. Emerging Jobs Report

LinkedIn’s 2017 U.S. Emerging Jobs Report | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it
The job market in the U.S. is brimming right now with fresh and exciting opportunities for professionals in a range of emerging roles. New types of jobs means new potential for workers at all levels, especially for those looking to change careers. Overall, job growth in the next decade is expected to outstrip growth during the previous decade, creating 11.5 million jobs by 2026, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Even further, it’s estimated that 65% of children entering primary school today will ultimately hold jobs that don’t yet exist. To help find those up-and-coming roles and to better understand what skills are needed to succeed, we analyzed LinkedIn data from the last five years, as well as some survey data, to identify which jobs and skills are on the rise, what they’re replacing, and what these trends indicate about the jobs market in the years to come. Here’s what we found: Tech is king: Jobs with the top growth potential are tech-focused, with demand coming from tech and non-tech companies alike. Machine learning engineer, data scientist, and big data engineers rank among the top emerging jobs -- with companies in a wide range of industries seeking those skills. Soft skills matter: Not all of the emerging tech jobs require technical skills. Sales development representative, customer success manager, and brand partner rank among the top emerging jobs at companies where a technical background is not a necessity. Traditional soft skills like communication and management underpin all of these emerging jobs. Jobs with high mobility on the rise: Several top emerging jobs reflect broader societal trends, such as wellness, flexibility and location mobility. More people are getting healthy which could explain why barre instructor featured among our emerging jobs. Not quite as surprising, licensed realtors ranked highly as the post-Great Recession recovery of the real estate market rolls forward. Just in the past year, the number of licensed realtors has surged 40 percent. These type of roles tend to be more widely distributed across U.S. regions. Low supply of talent for top jobs: Data scientist roles have grown over 650 percent since 2012, but currently 35,000 people in the US have data science skills, while hundreds of companies are hiring for those roles - even those you may not expect in sectors like retail and finance - supply of candidates for these roles cannot keep up with demand. Future-proofing skills is critical: Some of these emerging skills didn’t even exist five years ago, and many professionals are not confident their current skill set will be relevant within the next 1-2 years. Read on to see how skills and experience might play into the jobs of tomorrow, and the paths to get there.
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How Your Coworkers Make Assumptions About You Based On Body Language

How Your Coworkers Make Assumptions About You Based On Body Language | Werk (zoeken) in een snel veranderende wereld | Scoop.it

Though your coworkers and manager might not understand tiny shifts in your behavior instantly, you’re giving away many invites into your psyche, simply via your body language.

 

According to professional corporate trainer, business consultant, and entrepreneur Denise M. Dudley, PhD, all people communicate using seven channels: facial expressions, eye contact, posture, hand gestures, voice tone, voice loudness, and verbal content. While she explains that many professionals are picky with their word choices, very few practice or give a second thought to the other six venues.

 

This is a big loss, considering many studies indicate difficulty pairing sentences with sentiments. “Our bodies are actually revealing more about our messages than our voices ever do,” Dudley told Ladders. “When we’re delivering a message–any message, good or bad, large or small, how we look as we’re delivering the message is . . . probably more important than our words, if we intend to be understood.”


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, December 7, 2017 5:13 PM

Your mannerisms might matter more than you think.

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What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages | McKinsey & Company

The technology-driven world in which we live is a world filled with promise but also challenges. Cars that drive themselves, machines that read X-rays, and algorithms that respond to customer-service inquiries are all manifestations of powerful new forms of automation. Yet even as these technologies increase productivity and improve our lives, their use will substitute for some work activities humans currently perform—a development that has sparked much public concern.

Building on our January 2017 report on automation, McKinsey Global Institute’s latest report, Jobs lost, jobs gained: Workforce transitions in a time of automation (PDF–5MB), assesses the number and types of jobs that might be created under different scenarios through 2030 and compares that to the jobs that could be lost to automation.

The results reveal a rich mosaic of potential shifts in occupations in the years ahead, with important implications for workforce skills and wages. Our key finding is that while there may be enough work to maintain full employment to 2030 under most scenarios, the transitions will be very challenging—matching or even exceeding the scale of shifts out of agriculture and manufacturing we have seen in the past.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 1, 2017 4:25 AM

Future workforce implications - looks like a new industrial shift is afoot!