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What Does It Mean to be a Global Marketer? (And other complicated questions)

I had listened to Jeff Julian’s interview with Jason  A. Miller earlier this month and I remember getting extremely twitchy and jumping up and down because it is such a gosh darn, interesting topic.   1,111 more words

Customer Focus

LinkedIn New User Interface – Is It for You?

Doesn’t matter it’s here for some and will be for all of us and there’s nothing you can do about it. My advice is it is what it is, get used to it and learn all you can as quickly as you can on how to navigate LinkedIn’s new User Interface. 987 more words

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Addressing the Security Skills Gap

Addressing the Security Skills Gap was published by me on LinkedIn in January 2017.  It was born out of discussions I’d seen online about whether there was a shortage of appropriately skilled people or not: I believe there is. 20 more words

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Learn To Live Without LinkedIn And Attend More Events In 2017

Don’t you just love New Year’s and the fresh, clean slate that it brings you? January means new beginnings and a full 365 days of continual self-improvement, right? 800 more words

Recruiting

Album Review: Delicate Steve ‘This Is Steve’

by Danielle Holian

The music speaks for itself. Delicate Steve has the power to capture the listener’s ear with the first riff on ‘Animals’. There are no words to describe his talent on… 219 more words

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Showcase portfolios add authenticity to assessment

Students write every day for the Penn News Network, and they know that their work is collected in an automatic portfolio at pnn.phmschools.org/author/username.  But in this upcoming semester, we will be striving to build… 538 more words

Mass-Communication

Four Books That Changed The Way I Think

Originally posted on my LinkedIn profile.

The earliest memory I have of loving reading involves pizza. My grade school participated in the “Read Across America” program where students received pizza coupons from Pizza Hut for reading a certain quota of books a month. 841 more words

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