Yellow Brick Path Articles
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Misconceptions about Resumes
If you think your resume isn’t getting the job done for you, it might be because you don’t understand resumes.
The World According to Recruiters
Otherwise savvy business people are frequently confused or angered by their experiences with recruiters. In large part, this is because they have not looked closely at the recruiting industry’s basic business and compensation models.
The Grass is Not Always Greener: Corporate Executive or Consultant?
Every time the economy expands or dips, executives who are tired, bored, displaced, or in search of above-market earnings come out of the barn in droves looking for greener pastures. Meanwhile, consultants looking for financial stability have thoughts of going corporate. Consultants are often confident of their abilities to lead organizations. Unfortunately, grazing in the other greener pasture is more complicated than it seems on the surface.
The Board Bio: Getting into the Game
As originally published by the Drexel University Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute. An outline of the world of board members as well as the process of becoming one.
Bios for Prospective Board Members
Excerpted from BE SHARP: “Tell Me About Yourself” in Great Introductions and Professional Bios, Paula Asinof and Mina Brown, 2018
Executive and Board Candidate Bios
Good executive bios are hard to find. Bad ones are everywhere. Bios are found on websites, in marketing brochures, in sales presentations, in public profiles, and in promotional press releases—and sometimes are used for job searches.
What’s Wrong with Resumes of Recent Graduates?
The problem with most new graduate resumes is they try to look like resumes for experienced people
with years of work history. Employers are primarily interested in a graduate’s potential—knowledge,
skills, and leadership capabilities, not many of the part time jobs used to help fund their education.
Job Search Networking/Support Groups
Community Resources – Open to the Public – Religious Affiliation Not Required.
This information is current as of April 2016, Please check the organizations’ websites for the most up-to-date information.
IDPs: Talent Development’s Superglue
Individual development plans (IDPs) bond employees and their organization as they pursue mutual goals. They are useful regardless of the enterprise’s approach and system for talent management.
Impacts of Robots and Jobs
Discussion of the growing use of robots in the workplace as a disrupting force on the economic and job creation. An article by Terry H. Schwadron posted on ConvergenceRI with commentary by editorial staff of ConvergenceRI.
Some Provocative Links
- Monster Superbowl Ad
- Google Glass Interview