PRESENTS…10 InspirationalMoments from
Fortune Magazine      columnist.      Given people    career adviceon her "Ask Annie"column since 1996
1. e top 10 job profiles  ALL REQUIRE AN   ENGINEERING     SKILLSET
2. Employers leantowards hiring peopleALREADY EMPLOYED
3. Work environments that value ideas,recognize achievement and  provide continual feedback,DRAMATICALLY IMPROVE RETENTION
4. An       organization      is as good as     THE QUALITY  OF CONVERSATIONSTAKING PLACE IN THE HALLWAYS
5. As a manager,   be clear on whatinspires your associates,ALIGN THEIR RESPONSIBILITIESWITH THEIR STRENGTHS
6. Money is less of a motivatorTHAN CHALLENGE ANDAPPRECIATION
7. Exceptional salesand marketing peopleARE RECESSION PROOF
8. To attract the best talent,entrepreneurs focusonly on what they can doTHAT BIGGER COMPANIESAREN’T ABLE OR WILLING TO DO
9. Keep your job in perspective - NEVER LET IT TOTALLY   OCCUPY YOUR LIFE… Develop other interests
10. To make a lasting first impression,be clear on what the job requires andTELL THE EMPLOYER WHYYOU’RE THE BEST PERSON FOR...
BEST ADVICETake your work seriously, but       not yourself.
To listen to the conversation, head over to 33voices.com/anne-fisher   	  Twi%er.com/33voices	  	  	  	  	  I	  	  	  	  Y...
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10 Inspirational Moments from Anne Fisher
1. The top 10 job profiles all require an engineering skill set.
2. Employers lean towards hiring people already employed.
3. Work environments that value ideas, recognize achievement and provide continual feedback, dramatically improve retention.
4. An organization is as good as the quality of conversations taking place in the hall ways.
5. As a manager, be clear on what inspires your associates and align their responsibilities with their strengths.
6. Money is less of a motivator than challenge and appreciation.
7. Exceptional sales and marketing people are recession proof.
8. To attract the best talent, entrepreneurs focus only what they can do that bigger companies aren't able or willing to do.
9. Keep your job in perspective - never let it totally occupy your life, develop other interests.
10.To make a lasting first impression, be clear on what the job requires and tell the employer why you're the best person for the job.

Best Advice: Take your work seriously, but not yourself.

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Insights from Anne Fisher, Columnist at Fortune

  1. PRESENTS…10 InspirationalMoments from
  2. Fortune Magazine columnist. Given people career adviceon her "Ask Annie"column since 1996
  3. 1. e top 10 job profiles ALL REQUIRE AN ENGINEERING SKILLSET
  4. 2. Employers leantowards hiring peopleALREADY EMPLOYED
  5. 3. Work environments that value ideas,recognize achievement and provide continual feedback,DRAMATICALLY IMPROVE RETENTION
  6. 4. An organization is as good as THE QUALITY OF CONVERSATIONSTAKING PLACE IN THE HALLWAYS
  7. 5. As a manager, be clear on whatinspires your associates,ALIGN THEIR RESPONSIBILITIESWITH THEIR STRENGTHS
  8. 6. Money is less of a motivatorTHAN CHALLENGE ANDAPPRECIATION
  9. 7. Exceptional salesand marketing peopleARE RECESSION PROOF
  10. 8. To attract the best talent,entrepreneurs focusonly on what they can doTHAT BIGGER COMPANIESAREN’T ABLE OR WILLING TO DO
  11. 9. Keep your job in perspective - NEVER LET IT TOTALLY OCCUPY YOUR LIFE… Develop other interests
  12. 10. To make a lasting first impression,be clear on what the job requires andTELL THE EMPLOYER WHYYOU’RE THE BEST PERSON FOR THE JOB
  13. BEST ADVICETake your work seriously, but not yourself.
  14. To listen to the conversation, head over to 33voices.com/anne-fisher  Twi%er.com/33voices          I        Youtube.com/33voicesinterview        I      Facebook.com/33voices                  I                Pinterest.com/33voices    

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