the 405 club, thought leadership

Becoming relevant in your field

I was asked today how I 'keep up' in terms of staying ahead on trends, thought leadership, emerging technologies, etc.  Staying relevant (or fighting for relevance as I was six months ago when I returned from mat leave) is very time consuming. For the moment, I dedicate 14 hours a week to keeping fresh -… Continue reading Becoming relevant in your field

housing / home building, recruiting 2.0, the 405 club, using social media in job search

New for me: Contributing writer for the 405 club

The 405 club, New York's Official Unemployment Network, is a rapidly growing network and clever blog site started by Garrett Dale and Jose Gonzalez. As you may not know - $405 is the maximium unemployment benefit you can receive in New York State.   So for those who were earning over six figures - its a… Continue reading New for me: Contributing writer for the 405 club

Blogging, Charity / volunteer, How to, recruiting 2.0, small business, social networks, the 405 club, using social media in job search

For 405 club: Dodging the stigma of actively searching for work

yippeee kiyaaa mfff!  Here's my first post to the 405 club. I've been volunteering/consulting in social recruiting lately - a high demand and growing area - playing both sides of the fence between consulting with HR/recruiters & execs and volunteering with the painfully transitioned in Toronto.   I wanted to offer suggestions to those who choose… Continue reading For 405 club: Dodging the stigma of actively searching for work