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As LinkedIn continues to change and improve its systems from months to months, it is very easy to forget some of the important things. Backing up your LinkedIn database is just as important as backing up your computer files. Everyone who has ever had a computer die on them and lost content, databases etc. has […]
When you choose to get out of bed in the morning, what’s the worst thing that can happen to you? There’s a chance you could have a car accident on the way to work, you could catch the flu and be off work for a week, there’s even a risk you could fall down the […]
LinkedIn’s mantra is do more, better. Not a bad mantra as they continually upgrade and change their systems. The latest change is one of the better ones, I believe. At least once a week you are probably receiving a summary of all the people who have changed jobs, are having a birthday or having a […]
Steve Jobs was just one of a few unique leaders who’s departure may have crippled his company permanently. While he was inarguably a great leader, I would suggest that he did not always provide leadership – at least to the degree that Apple requires for long-term viability. The one great gap in his succession plan […]
Recently I was speaking to an Honours student from a local university. He was talking to me about his thesis on social media. I thought he described it brilliantly when he said social media is really about having a conversation – but we use our words over different mediums. He then went on to describe […]
Sometimes in the pursuit of fortune and fame you can lose sight of what your really after and it ends up leading to defeat. Find out how you can become a business leader and maintain your happiness.
In 2011, 68 women directors were appointed to ASX listed boards, only 28 per cent of total board appointments. The numbers are getting better each year and it is fair to say that never before has there been such a far-reaching range of opportunities for women to become leaders in the professional world. But, we still […]