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Which Is Best For HR Consultants—LinkedIn or Google+?
 For some time, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter have been the “big three” of social media, but a new and very powerful player has changed the social media landscape: Google+.

Best Practices in Service Recovery
HR consultants are often in the unenviable position of being somewhat caught between the needs of whoever hired them and other internal constituencies. Nevertheless, even when things go bad—and they sometimes do—consultants can recover and even generate loyalty that extends positive referrals and boosts credibility.

Generating Positive Online Reviews
In the old days we called them testimonials, and they were must-haves for HR and other consultants hoping to build business and boost their reputations.

Should You Join a Speakers Bureau?

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Referral Partners: Leveraging the Laws of Reciprocity
New clients come from multiple sources. One rich source of new business that may not always be top of mind for HR consultants is referral partners—other professionals who have a network of contacts that represent your potential clients.

Amping Up Your Social Media Profile
At this point in the 21st century, if you’re not actively engaged in social media to help boost your practice, you’re missing out. While not all tools will be appropriate for all HR consultants, there are three in particular that deserve a look: LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.

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A Changing Economy: What HR Can Expect in 2013
Examine some of the main economic variables and uncertainties to keep an eye on this year and what they might mean for the jobs market. HR professionals’ own important insight into changes in the economy will also be reviewed through SHRM surveys tracking HR’s views on the economy and reports of organizational hiring activity, recruiting difficulty and new-hire compensation.

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50 Creative Training Closers
They'll forget you as soon as they walk out the door...unless you make your training memorable. This essential resource is your way to make your mark. Fifty ways to close your training sessions and presentations so they won't forget you - or your training.

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