Job Seekers Should Go to Church

"Need Job? Try Church" is not a paid advertisement, an evangelistic effort, or a government sponsored initiative.  It is the title of Dennis Nishi's May 15 Wall Street Journal article, which suggests: Across the nation, local churches and other religious organizations have stepped up their recession-busting efforts with free career workshops, résumé clinics and networking functions. The latter can generate quick leads if leveraged properly since religious-centered networks tend to have very Read More …

Time Before Money

Wendy Liu, Assistant Professor of Marketing at UCLA Anderson School of Management,  and Jennifer Lynn Aaker,  General Atlantic Professor of Marketing at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, co-authored "The Happiness of Giving: The Time-Ask Effect," which was published in the Journal of Consumer Research; October 2008, Vol. 35 Issue 3, pp.543-557.  Those interested in the full text can read it here.  The abstract summarizes the paper: This research examines how a focus on time Read More …

5 Ways to Use Social Media

Scott McClellan is the editor of Collide: a  magazine for church leaders who use media and technology to communicate Truth. Additionally, he is the director of Echo: a media and tech conference for creative church leaders. To learn more about McClellan visit his website, friend him on facebook, or follow him on twitter. Earlier this week he wrote about five ways your organization can and should use social media: Listen: follow thought leaders, culture influencers, the people within your Read More …