For all of these people we now take a mostly entrepreneurial approach to developing their career brand. Few people want or think they will stay with their existing company or organization for more than two or three years. Try to manage, maintain and direct the conversation of you that is going online.
Conventional Wisdom says – Don’t Talk Salary Before You Have an Offer. A lot of talking heads still promote this with few exceptions. This kind of information and advice, depending on industry and specific situations, may not be relevant. In some ways the recession changed some things about salary negotiations.
If you really want to know what most people broadcast loudly in their career transition or job search it really comes down to about one word. In every quality relationship, think about the value you provide and the value that other person can provide to you. In everything that you do you must indicate your value not quiet or loud desperation.
Just because I have a lot of recommendations, post a good many questions and seem like an all-in Linked In person I am not. It’s not for everyone. It’s not a place to play the fool if you are serious about your career brand. It’s not where you need to be if you want to be unproductive, sloppy, and careless. You waste my time and yours. So get going.