At this time of college graduations, take a look at one of the gold standards of commencement speeches — Steve Jobs’ 2005 speech at Stanford. It is truly inspiring and has been viewed more than 22 million times at YouTube.
There are great lessons for us all.
With the advent of social media, big data, mobile computing, and many other emerging topics, the role of the marketing leaders is rapidly changing.
As Salesforce Marketing Cloud puts it:
“Today’s marketing leader must be more agile, data-focused, and customer-obsessed than ever before. For The State of Marketing Leadership, a joint research report from LinkedIn and Salesforce Marketing Cloud, we surveyed more than 900 senior-level marketers on LinkedIn to learn what’s top-of-mind in their roles — whether director, VP, or CMO.”
The following slideshow highlights the findings of this research report.
As part of our self branding, we need to be confident and communicative about ourselves and our career skills in order to get promoted or to pursue a new job track.
Check out this Wall Street Journal video for more background information.
Here’s an informative infographic from Pepperdine University on this topic. What do YOU think about the attributes cited here?
Pepperdine University Online Master of Business Administration
It is not just WHAT we say during an interview that influences our job prospects. Our prospects also depend on HOW we communicate during an interview. Is our body language good?
Click on the image to take a look at this Forbes’ slideshow on interview body language that covers everything “from eye contact to posture to the way you fix your hair; avoid these 10 physical slip-ups in your next job interview.”