13 Holiday Networking Tips You Should Know

We recently asked our leading executives to share their best tips for team goal setting and business planning. Here are their responses… John Schembari, Senior Education Executive Have the team review performance data. What does the data say? Why is this important? What should we do next? To help in this analysis, the team can

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4 Simple Ways To Speed Up Your Job Search

Later in this post, I’ll be discussing these questions with Ed Lucio, a New Zealand data science expert for Spark (telecom provider) and former lead data scientist for ASB Bank. We’ll be giving our POV on these questions as well as highlighting a few data analytics use cases that can be driven by these tools

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Job, Career, Or Calling: Which One Do You Need?

Understanding Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) Bigstock BCP involves defining any risks affecting the company’s operations, making it an essential part of the organization’s risk management plans. Risks may include natural disasters—fire, flood, or weather-related events—cyber-attacks, and Centers for Disease Control events (COVID-19). Once the risks are identified, the plan should also include the following: Determining

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Top 100 Most Powerful Resume Words

In today’s job market, your resume is the most important document you have to get your job application in the hands of the hiring manager. If you can’t get your resume past the ATS, it doesn’t matter how much experience or how good your cover letter is. That’s why you need to be strategic and

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Why A Job Posting Feels Like A Scam (When It’s Not)

We recently asked our successful leaders what they think is the technology every executive should know how to use right now. Here are their responses… Michael Willis, Sports Business Operations Executive In finance/accounting, the Microsoft Office Timeline is a handy tool for what I do. It is easy to understand how multiple possibilities for creating

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Why Failure Is Important For Success

We recently asked our successful leaders what they think is the technology every executive should know how to use right now. Here are their responses… Michael Willis, Sports Business Operations Executive In finance/accounting, the Microsoft Office Timeline is a handy tool for what I do. It is easy to understand how multiple possibilities for creating

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