#Balance is my #OneWord2013 (also known as #MyOneWord.) I enjoy being many things to many people, but this year I want to remind myself to instill balance in each day. 'Me Time' goes a long way to reenergize and re-inspire. As I brainstormed ways to accomp
Last semester I was interested in whether hiring managers were using Klout scores in their hiring decisions. This post, originally published on the iSchool’s InfoSpace blog, is what I came up with.
Editor’s note: Some professors are using Klo
Strategy is a tricky thing.
Being strategic requires planning. It requires discipline. It requires flexibility. It requires us to ask questions before getting started and, in some cases, saying no. (audible gasp)
No matter your area of focus or expertise
I had the good fortune to attend a watch party for the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit a few weeks ago. I’ve always enjoyed learning about leadership, especially because it often seems that the business world has such a jacked up view of what l
As many of you know, Syracuse University is a school that is “smart” at social media. Kate Brodock, executive director of digital and social media at Syracuse University directs a student team that manages SU’s social media presence and t
The 42 lessons life taught me!
By Regina Brett, 90 years old (Cleveland, Ohio)
1. Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good.
2. When in doubt, just take the next small step.
3. Life is too short – enjoy it..
4. Your job won’t take care of yo