Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, we are elbow deep in the holiday season. It's the time of year when you reconnect with friends and family you might not see that often. Do you have a social media or community manager in the family? Pour yourself another eggnog and read this list before you start to talk about what exactly that means.
Zane Garcia 230-002. This article relates to the chapter because it talks about the career decisions that must be taken into account for early adults. The article also talks about the change in early adults and how they would talk to their old self.
A good manager: 1. Is a good coach 2. Empowers the team and does not micromanage (See the sidebar “How Google Defines One Key Behavior”) 3. Expresses interest in and concern for team members’ success and personal well-being 4. Is productive and results-oriented 5. Is a good communicator—listens and shares information 6. Helps with career development 7. Has a clear vision and strategy for the team 8. Has key technical skills that help him or her advise the team
A recent study by Harris Interactive and CareerBuilder found that 43 percent of hiring managers who research candidates via social media say they’ve found information that caused them not to hire someone.