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The politics of business

Business needs a new dialogue, are we up to the task?

A New Perfect Storm: Trends in Social Change Impacted by Layoffs

Will the recession push much needed talent to work in social change?

Weird connections in social enterprise: Playboy, drugs and Google.org

Do these three things really have anything to do with each other?

Flipping the John Bird

John Bird, the Founder of the Big Issue in the UK, discusses social enterprise and philosophy.

Streamline Your Job Search

A few tips on how to make your job search more effective.

The Art and Science of Networking Your Way to Your New Job

There are many ways to learn about job opportunities, but the more creative and tenacious you are in your networking and outreach, the more likely you are to learn about positions (both posted and emerging) that fit your criteria. In times of steep competition among job seekers, your job search strategy matters more than ever.

Common Cover Letter Mistakes to Avoid (And Some Recommended Guidelines)

Professional job applications obviously require a resume, but whether we like it or not, they also require a cover letter. Most people spend hours crafting their resumes and then bang out a quick cover letter that they use for all of the jobs to which they are applying. They list where they've been and what they've done, which, incidentally, is exactly what resumes are for.

Leveraging Your Resume to Tell the Story of Your Career

If you're currently looking for a job, you may occasionally feel as though the job searching process is simply unfair.  The expectation that you can summarize your entire career on one or two pieces of paper seems flawed and incomplete.  Yet that is what is expected of the active job seeker who is looking to get a foot in the door and interview for positions.  While there are lots of ways to develop leads for you

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