8 Questions Organizations Should Ask When Choosing a Personality Assessment

posted on October 30th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Development,General with 0 Comments

Shared with permission from PI Midlantic’s october 26, 2012 blog post. In September of 2011, PI Worldwide participated in the 47th Annual ASHHRA Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. As Show Exhibitors for the second year, we had the opportunity to speak with decision-makers from some of the nation’s top healthcare organizations about their business challenges, and […]

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The Power of PI and Group Analytics by Steve Picarde Jr.

posted on October 10th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Development with 0 Comments

I am excited to join PI Midlantic as a consultant.  Predictive Index, Customer Focused Selling and the Selling Skills Assessment Tool (SSAT) provide new tools that provide the necessary insight  around the selection, team building and revenue generation process. I will regularly feature PI Worldwide and PI Midlantic posts and am confident  you will learn, […]

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Endorse Skills for Your Connections on LinkedIn

posted on October 8th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Development,Training with 0 Comments

 You can now endorse skills on LinkedIn for your key connections. It’s a great way to give a quick endorsement validating a colleague, client, prospect’s top skills. It’s a bit like a review. If you endorse someone’s skill your photo will appear on their profile, good awareness for you too. And, you can endorse multiple […]

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LinkedIn—Five Ways To Manage The Overwhelming

posted on September 26th, 2012 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Development,Hiring,Training with 0 Comments

No doubt social media is challenging. It’s challenging for those who do it for a living. It’s continually morphing, reinventing itself to keep people coming back and to add more features and levels of interaction.

So how do you suddenly learn how to use LinkedIn now that your CEO, VP or manager has decided you should? Or worse, now that you need a new job? How do you begin and do it correctly?

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What’s The Value of Your LinkedIn Network?

posted on April 11th, 2011 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Career,Development,General,Hiring,Training with 0 Comments

What’s the value of your network? Does yours have a strong heartbeat or is flatlining? Do you reach out and talk to people, initiate conversation and interest? I hear lots of conversations around this and wonder how we can really look at our online LinkedIn communities and see who is there, what they have in common, and […]

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Think Carefully About Those Posts

posted on April 3rd, 2011 by Colleen McKenna in Branding,Development,Training with 0 Comments

Every young professional, college student and teenager I know understands, for the most part, the lasting impression of social media indiscretion, of posting the party highlights. They have at least heard that college and universities and employers are checking them out online and most of them at least try to manage the collateral damage. How? At […]

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Learning LinkedIn At 19 or 73

posted on March 20th, 2011 by Colleen McKenna in Career,Development,Training with 0 Comments

I hosted a LinkedIn Lunch and Learn the other day where the audience was filled with a wide range of professionals who understand and use LinkedIn for business development. Perhaps most interesting though was that there were college students, young professionals and rebooters [my friend Phil Burgess has coined that term for those individuals that have re-invented […]

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