The Daily Recruiter

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Team With Rock Stars

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“By Jennifer V. Miller of  SmartBrief”

“Rock star” employees. The words connote talented professionals, at the peak of their skills, ethically and effortlessly bringing in results with minimal drama. The brightest of these stars are adept team players, as well.

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INSPIRE COURAGE

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“By Dan Rockwell, of Leadership Freak”

Any bully can kick someone in the pants. It takes real leadership to inspire. If you encouraged a team member once a week, you’d do it about 50 times a year. (Allowing for 2 weeks vacation.) 

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Get Attention by Bragging

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“By DRJIM,  of  The Accidental Communicator”

As a speaker, we have an obligation when we are starting our speech to find a way to use the importance of public speaking to capture our audience’s attention. What we need to do is to convince them that what we are about to tell them is actually important enough for them to spend the time listening to us. We need to realize that we are competing against their mobile phones, random thoughts, and whispering to the person who is sitting next to them. One way to build a connection to your audience as you start a speech is to brag. Oh, but you don’t want to be a jerk about how you go about doing this.

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Skype Interview

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By Rachel Morgan Cautero, of Daily Worth”

You did it! You finally scored an interview for your dream job. The only thing? The interview isn’t in person. It’s via Skype or some other video-conferencing platform.

Don’t worry! This is totally normal. Employers are increasingly turning to video interviews when searching for the perfect candidates, since it cuts down on cost, encourages consistency, and even allows potential employers to replay or share the interview with others in the organization.

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IBM

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” By Ben Paynter, of  Fast Company”

Currently, only about 10% of cancer patients in sub-Sahara Africa receive chemotherapy treatment. More than a half million people are diagnosed with cancer in the region annually, while nearly the same number die from it each year, too. Without intervention, that toll is expected to double by 2030, partly because as people are otherwise living longer, thanks to better malaria and HIV treatments and prevention. But chemotherapy and related drugs are both expensive and tricky to use because there are so many types and stages of the disease.

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Effective Communication

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“By Markus Van Alphen, of Lead Change”  

Imagine a world in which you wouldn’t experience any emotion whatsoever. What would your life look like? Drab? No, it wouldn’t be drab, as that’s an emotion. Nor boring, peaceful or any other state of mind which implies an emotion is being experienced. This means, therefore, that emotions are necessary for you to be able to experience anything at all. It goes a step further: Emotions are adaptive, they increase your chances for survival. Take fear, for example. If you didn’t ever get scared, you wouldn’t be aware of danger and would do silly things, like not jumping out the way when a car comes barreling down the road towards you. Emotions tell you what is important, what needs your attention and what action is required. Only when something is important enough does it capture your attention, this all thanks to the emotion that brings it to the forefront for you. And you only learn something when it is important enough to be able to react appropriately to such a given situation. In other words, emotion not only tells you what is important, it also is the motor for your learning. Emotions are primary. Emotions motivate.

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When Goals Matter

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By Steve Keating, of SteveKeating”

So, I’m on the tee box of a fairly long par four hole on a world renowned golf course. I hit a perfect drive, long by my standards and my ball rolls to a spot in the middle of the fairway. It leaves me with an easy shot to the green except that the green is well above me at the top of a sizable incline. I can’t actually see the putting surface but my golf map shows me the size and shape of the green so I decide to go at the middle of the green. I figure that’s my best chance at a par on this challenging hole. 

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Great Leaders

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By Joel Garfinkle, of SmartBrief”

From small shops to giant corporations, we know that great leaders everywhere are on top of any number of important facts and figures, deadlines and other business information. They have the knowledge, the expertise and the drive to succeed — often in very different ways. The best leaders, however, all share a common trait: they prioritize relationships.

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Score a great Salary

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“By Emily Moore, of Daily Worth”

Finding your first full-time job is a heck of a lot of work — after all of the research you do, applications you fill out, and interviews you prep for, it can be tempting to rush through an acceptance once you’ve been offered a position.

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Nothing great in the world has been accomplished without passion.

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel,

philosopher

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