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In the News

In the News

  • May24 2011
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    Generational Differences in Recognition and Rewards

    Michael O’Brien quoted me in his Human Resource Executive Online piece on rewarding Generation Y employees.

    “Typically, they believe they will be rewarded for results. Not [for] how much time on task or how they do a job but [for] how much they produce.Period.”

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  • May05 2011

    Using the Internet and Social Media to Search for a Job

    Voice of America quoted me on a job seeker advice piece.

    “This really is a talent economy, and we’re stuck with most job seekers presenting themselves in a job title mode. And I don’t think it matches very well.”

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  • Feb11 2011

    Previous jobs on resume can be good conversation starters

    Christopher Nelson of Tribune Media Services posted a story that included some of my thoughts on why including past experiences can be a good idea.

    “The items from the past that make brief appearances on my resume today, like most of us, were deeply formative experiences even if they are not exactly on point for our current work.”

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  • Jan24 2011

    10 Things Your Boss Won’t Tell You

    Kimberly Fusaro of Woman’s Day included a quick thought from me on communicating with your boss.

    “Also, let your boss know what you need to succeed,” urges workplace consultant Steve Langerud, director of professional opportunities at DePauw University, “whether it’s training, time or money.”

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  • Jan20 2011

    Business Coaches Aiding Alumni

    Erin Flynn Jay of The Coaching Commons posted an article that talks about why I do what I do and its importance.

    “These alumni have returned to offer to help a current student with advice, coaching, internships and jobs. A key extension of that (coaching) model is to bring alumni back into the life of the university to coach a current student,” Langerud said. “Those relationships are deep, meaningful, and priceless. When you do the right thing, for the right reason, amazing things happen. We experience this every day with our coaching relationships.”

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