Dan talks about how CEOs are pushing employees to take risks, how slacker co-workers can be detrimental to your work and how to avoid getting sidetracked in your career. He answers a question about how to best leverage your network during a job search and interviews bestselling author and speaker, Susan RoAne.
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This weeks show
Segment #1: My top 3 workplace trends of the week
- CEOs are pushing employees to take risks.
- Slacker employees can be detrimental to your work.
- Don’t get sidetracked in your career.
Segment #2: Q&A
This week’s question comes from Brock Patterson. He asks:
“How do you leverage your network and relationship resources while job searching while not asking for too much”?
To ask a question for a future show, send me a tweet at @DanSchawbel.
Segment #3: Guest interview
This week I speak to Susan RoAne, who is a bestselling author and a sought-after keynote speaker. She is the author of “How to Work a Room”, which will have its 25th Silver Anniversary will be at the end of the year. She has sold over a million books worldwide and has launched an industry that she continues to create and shape in the 21st Century. She is also the author of The Secrets of Savvy Networking, What Do I Say Next?, How To Create Your Own Luck and Face to Face. She has spoken to Time Warner, Coca-Cola, Apple, Oracle and many other organizations, as well as some of the top schools such as Yale and Warton. Susan has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, The Financial Times of London, msn.com, and businessweek.com. In this interview, Susan talks about what she knows best, networking. She will teach you how to build meaningful relationships online and offline and how to best use those contacts to your advantage.