Linda Dulye

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Job Shopping? 6 Tips for Building a Strong Network

If you’re among the go crowd and scouting out new prospects, the difference between landing the right new job or just settling can be determined by your professional network. Here are tips.

Can Coffee Help Your Career?

Nothing is better than a face-to-face conversation. Yes, they take more time than pressing send, but the connection you create can’t be replicated by any online exchange.

Opportunity Tops Gift Wish List for Your Best Employees

It truly is better to give than to receive – during the holidays or at any time of the year.  Give the gift of trust and engagement to those on your team whom you treasure. You’ll both feel great – and that’s really what the spirit of this special season is all about.

A Business Lesson From the Debt Deal

The crackling debates, snarly standoffs and prickly posturing of political leaders over the past few weeks can teach us something about business.

Five Ways to Maximize Your Investment in Interns

Internships should be designed to promote a mutual exchange of information and ideas. The insight gained into a company by a twenty-something (or younger) is invaluable for improving not only how work gets done but also how your company can attract—and be attractive to—tomorrow’s future leaders.

Can Executives Be Coached?

Those at the top of organizations are data focused. They ravenously devour daily operational performance stats about sales, orders, overhead costs, inventory, compensation, sick days, and so on. Ironically, data can also help save business leaders from themselves.

AOL's Armstrong: Boss or Workplace Bully?

Opinion: AOL Chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong’s public firing this week of a Patch creative director is a great example of exactly how NOT to deliver a pink slip. Under no circumstances. Never.