You will find competitors in whatever career you choose. No matter how small or niche your field, some people always stand out in your profession. Education, experience and other advantages contribute to these people’s success, but how you lead you work life can makes a huge difference, too.
One of the best ways to stand out in your field and in your career is through creative collaboration. Embracing mutuality--sharing of your strengths, acknowledging your weaknesses and partnering with others with complementary skill sets--strengthens your professional credentials in an increasingly interconnected economy. And people who can facilitate collaboration are best positioned to solve employers’ most pressing challenges.
This week on Find Your Dream Job, our guest expert is Kare Anderson, Emmy-winning journalist, TED presenter, and author of Mutuality Matters and Moving from Me to We. Kare believes that collaborative problem solving is the key to a dynamic, engaging and impactful career. She shares her thoughts on how to improve mutuality and the value of team collaboration.
In this 32-minute episode you will learn:
Why collaboration is a valuable, in-demand skill in the modern workplace
How to leverage your professional networks to facilitate collaboration
How to embrace mutuality as a tool for networking and job-hunting
Tips for improving your teamwork skills--even if you’re an introvert
Communications tools to facilitate collaboration
This week’s guest:
Kare Anderson (@KareAnderson | LinkedIn)Journalist and SpeakerAuthor, Moving from Me to We, Mutuality Matters, and moreSan Francisco, Calif.
Listener question of the week:
Is it a bad idea to accept a job working for or with family members or friends? What should I consider before accepting?
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Resources referenced on this week’s show:
The Life Hack Blog - The Ten Things Good Team Players Do Differently
Psychology Today Blog - The Introvert’s Guide to Surviving Teamwork
The Big Interview Blog - Answering Behavioral Interview Questions on Teamwork
Say It Better with Kare Anderson
Moving from Me to We
Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond) - 2016 Edition
If you have a job-hunting or career development resource resource you’d like to share, please contact Ben Forstag, Mac’s List Managing Director at email@example.com.
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This is Find Your Dream Job, the podcast that helps you hired, have the career you want, and make a difference in life. I'm Mac Prichard, your host, and publisher of Mac's List. Our show is brought to you by Mac's List and by our book, "Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond)." To learn more about the book and the new edition that we're publishing February 1, please visit macslist.org/ebook.
Whatever career you choose, you'll find competitors, no matter how small or crowed your field may be, some people always stand out in your profession. Education, experience and other advantages play a part in these people's success, but how you lead your work life can make a huge difference, too. This week on Find Your Dream Job, we're talking about how you can advance your career by combining your strengths with the complementary skills of others. Our guest expert this week is Kare Anderson. She and I will talk about specific steps you can take in your professional life to break out of the pack.
Ben Forstag has several online tools you can use to improve your teamwork...