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Looking for a job? Here are some ideas on searching for jobs. This was part of a Human Business Works webinar I did. It'd make much more sense with the audio, so look for that later. : )

Looking for a job? Here are some ideas on searching for jobs. This was part of a Human Business Works webinar I did. It'd make much more sense with the audio, so look for that later. : )

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  • Chris,

    You are always so creative, kudos on the inspiration!

    I particularly found your notion that we may now be less connected rather interesting theory. You suggest (7 Degrees of Separation) i.e. Slide 16, you state, 'Now, we might be seven people removed' and you expand by saying 'as work disintegrates we feel a bit adrift in our distance from the real core of the business'

    I have a notion here and would love your valued opinion. LinkedIn, for example, some of the most in-tune/engaged members are those who are unemployed (for obvious reasons) and secondly, those who have their own business (again, for obvious reasons).

    The most disconnected or less engaged are those who have the large corporate jobs, they tend to have fewer and very limited contacts, rarely show signs of life and next to never engage (there are exceptions, noted). Yet, they are the ones making the Fortune 1000 decisions and driving the economy (some would say into the ground).

    As time goes on and others connect, share ideas, develop a 'social networking process' so to speak, there has to become a time when the current corporate leadership's lack of networking, is realized as communication negligence and even a lack of capability to successfully perform/lead/connect/and resource.

    To maybe the opposite of your slides point, the perceived disconnected (unemployed/small business owners/ etc...) are indeed the most connected. As work disintegrates, these people are actually left with the time and driven necessity to become the most connected. Perhaps, significantly lessening the divide via social networking.

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