I start this week with a tremendously cool photo, posted on "daily dose of imagery." I've linked to a smaller version posted on Flikr that will be easier to view on screen.
Yesterday I wrote about the appropriate use of technology. At about the same time, Dan Sweet was publishing this eloquent rant about how technology may be frittering (twittering?) our careers away.
cCareer Hub offers some suggestions for learning how to succeed in job interviews by watching the presidential debates.
Scot Herrick offered up two posts that you might find useful. In "What's in your portfolio," Scot suggests we watch for themes that emerge in our careers, in order to build our personal brands around them. And in "Leadership and followership don't mix," he shows that they do, actually. In fact, he suggests that a good follower is a leader.
Finally, Adrian Savage gives us some great suggestions on communication within an organization.