Working Out Loud Is A High Signal Approach To Understanding – And Here’s The Data!

Aline Lerner attempted a meaningful investigation about the power (or not) of resumes recently – an excellent read. Resumes suck – and here’s the data, she says, concluding “at the end of the day, the resume is a low-signal document.” … Continue reading Working Out Loud Is A High Signal Approach To Understanding – And Here’s The Data!

2015 Hiring: Your Resume Only Says “Over Here!” It Is Your Online / Social Presence That Allows Me To Say “YES!”

One of the key ideas to WIN in the congested, competitive, crazy modern workplace is creating an AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE – this allows others to create memories (for themselves) about YOU. (This is what personal branding is about, BTW). When my … Continue reading 2015 Hiring: Your Resume Only Says “Over Here!” It Is Your Online / Social Presence That Allows Me To Say “YES!”

A Conversation About “Social”: Technology and People and Working Out Loud #WOLyo!

I am giving a quick ‘n’ dirty keynote at the IABC/BC – CPRS Vancouver joint Christmas shindig this week. As the topic suggests, I decided to work out loud on it on twitter, and collate it all together in a … Continue reading A Conversation About “Social”: Technology and People and Working Out Loud #WOLyo!

Which Side Of The Bed Do You Sleep On? Well, It Depends…#Context

I was writing last week – rather haphazardly, perhaps because of the topic – about context. Everything is context. There is very little that is universally understood. Example: look at the header photo… 364 days of the year, seeing a semi-naked … Continue reading Which Side Of The Bed Do You Sleep On? Well, It Depends…#Context