Paula Hartman Cohen included my comments in a piece about personality types in the workplace for AchieveSolutions.net.
“Introverts at work are often quite articulate and thoughtful public speakers when given the correct situation and preparation,” says Steve Langerud, director of career development for DePauw University. “We are socialized to see leadership and success as extroverted, aggressive, and male when, in fact, most of us are not all three and we succeed just fine.”
Tom Starner of Human Resource Executive Online asked for guidance on how companies should tackle the issure of cyber shopping during work hours.
“Be clear about expectations. If you don’t want employeesto be on the Internet, say so, but it is critical to be equitable in enforcement.”
AllBusiness.com published my advice on how to set up a service project.
Choose a point person to coordinate with local agencies. Clear communication about expectations and logistics is critical.”
The Bottom Line on MSNBC.com quoted my the pros and cons of including a photo in an online profile.
On the plus side, people remember pictures, he said, noting that the image becomes “part of your brand.” On the other hand, you could be disqualified because of a photo, he added.
Kerri Hatt of Advance for Medical Laboratory Professionals published my comments on cover letters.
“The cover letter provides a forum to demonstrate professional skills that place the candidate within the context of the employer…”