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In today’s competitive job market, the smallest detail could be the difference between getting hired and getting overlooked. Making sure you are prepared and confident at each step begins with knowing the ins and outs of the hiring process. Take a listen as an expert shares detailed tips and tricks to make sure you stand out as the best candidate for the job from start to finish
As a communications professional, whether you’re an on-air personality, spokesperson/media relations manager, or have another role in the field, you have at some point considered developing your personal brand and fine-tuning it. As a former newsroom employee for 5 years and current communications director, this is something I have dealt with extensively on both personal and professional levels, and hope to continue improving on throughout my career.
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I remember at a young age, while most kids were fascinated with cartoons and the latest Disney movie craze, sitting in front of my television set – wide-eyed and enthusiastic – watching The Today Show. At the time, Katie Couric was the lead anchor, and my idol.
2020 has been a year I’m sure none of us will ever forget. The Covid-19 virus has impacted our day to day lives in ways that couldn’t before have been imagined. With everything that is currently happening in this world, I think we sometimes need something to remind us of the good that is out there.
When it seems like everything is going wrong, sometimes it only takes one sign of hope to bring us out of the dark or to help motivate us to do better and be better. At a time when the world and individual communities are being tested in ways they never have been before, Western New York has shown why it is called the City of Good Neighbors. Hopefully these heartwarming community stories arising from the pandemic will help inspire you.
While social media can bring out the worst in people, it can also be a forum for good. It can be a place for communities to come together and showcase achievements of community members and organizations alike. Here are four social media accounts that have always been a reliable source of heartwarming stories, guaranteed to brighten your day.
Taking the time to stay active during the workday can help you focus, generate creativity and even increase your productivity. Even if you’re working from home, the rules still apply, and the outcome is the same! Not only will your body love you for it, but your mind will too. According to Shannon Hockwater, these breaks are needed:
Liz sat down with Robby Takac, bassist and founding member of the Goo Goo Dolls, to talk about his life in Western New York and how it shaped his career. From growing up in West Seneca to making the trip to the city for college at Medaille, Robby shares lessons he learned along the way and what made him return home. We also check in on how he’s holding up during the quarantine and hear his thoughts on returning to “normal life” after a global pandemic.
When asked to write this blog about children and grief, I have to say I was a little overwhelmed because helping children deal with grief presents so many scenarios, circumstances and age-related factors. Grief is difficult enough for adults to navigate. Often parents/caregivers find themselves needing to help children at a time when they themselves are struggling to manage their own grief.