Good Friday to you! Here's this week's collection of links:
- Top 10 Innovation Trends by 100 Innovators--Among the trends listed here are changes in educational models, the shift toward the creative economy and its influence on work, and the implication of patient networks and digital recordkeeping on healthcare. Could make for some interesting discussion at a WIB meeting.
- How to Identify Your Transferable Skills (And Why They're So Important)--This post has some interesting ideas on how to organize and think about your transferable skills.
- How to Write an Excellent Resume if You Have Little or No Experience--some of this is pretty basic, but still some good info.
- 10 Ways to Use Social Media in Your Job Hunt--some excellent tips here.
- How to Stop Being a Victim of Your Own Life--from the Harvard Business Review, this is really an article about how to better manage your time. It has some good ideas here, especially about how to use your calendar to drive your agenda.
- How to Avoid Impossible Assignments--Also from the HBR, this article talks about one of the causes of burnout--"performance punishment"--and what to do about it.
- 7 Tips for Hiring Great Employees--Can be shared with businesses or used to help prepare job seekers for interviews. Or both.
- 3 Ways to Leverage LinkedIn Updates for Job Search--LinkedIn updates are like the status updates on Facebook. This article suggests some possible ways to use it to be more noticeable to your professional network.