Learn to market yourself, embrace social media, build a media profile: Transforming your career this week
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But we appreciate you can't always get to these, and it's easy for online articles to slip through the reading net between everything else that's going on. So below we've packaged up a quick easy reading list for the most popular Career Agenda stories from the last week.
Getting unprofessionally personal over a business disagreement
Do you ever find yourself (unconsciously) acting unprofessional when it comes to competing ideas? There's no reason to take it out on your competition. Strategist Rose Herceg offers her tips on how to help kill the stereotype of competitive women who can't play together in business.
Five ways to build a media profile
There's been plenty of talk this week about women going underpresented (and un-quoted) in the business press. Kath Walters, editor of Leading Company offers her five tips on how to build your media profile.
Seek allies and know your stuff: One CEO's five tips to those starting their careers
Having climbed up the ranks in a male dominated industry, CEO of the Green Building Council of Australia, Romilly Madew shares a few tips for the career starters, on adapting to change, acknowledging personal strengths, and why you should never be afraid to be a woman!
Quit rejecting social media: Your career may depend on it
It might be time to rewire your feelings on social media. PR pro Catriona Pollard explains why social media is networking on steroids and will help further your career.
Your career is a business, so market it
The workforce is constantly changing so taking an active role in marketing your career is essential. Get 'googling' today and learn how to 'brand' yourself.
How to make it through the day without losing your fire, or your cool
Meredith the Mentor has learned a few things by making mistakes along the way. This week she explains why, as a manager, the mood you present is vital to the pace of productivity for the whole office.