As a digital native, I grew up with the web. And by that I don’t mean I just grew up with Internet access, though that’s true. I mean the Web and I grew up together. See, I was just old enough to start using a computer when the Internet hit mainstream America. Since then, it’s […]
About Eric Leist
Eric is a recent graduate of Boston University and is currently an Emerging Technology Strategist with Allen & Gerristen. He has previously interned with The New York Giants, Mills & Company, 451 Marketing and TalentCulture. He has a passion for Public Relations and Business, he served as an anchor and producer at BUTV10's InsideBoston and VP of BU’s Public Relations Student Society. Eric also coaches a competitive public speaking team in Newton, MA and spends his extra time experimenting in the kitchen. Check out his blog to learn more.
Articles by Eric Leist
Mobile technology meets workgroup collaboration – how are organizational cultures shifting in the face of pending smart phone ubiquity?
Chat technology isn’t new – but Twitter as a foundation for chats is only in its infancy. This channel seems made-to-order for dynamic, real-time knowledge sharing. Here’s how to get started…
Thanks to a new set of location-based mobile applications that have cropped up over the past year, our social interactions online are beginning to impact our real world lives in very real ways. Here’s how they work now:
Crowdsourcing is using an open call for tasks, information or data collection mostly through new media technology. Many times, a passionate crowd is much more powerful than an individual, business or closed community.
As digital workers, we spend a lot of time collaborating online. TalentCulture has previously featured several articles by the great Jeff Wilfong and Chris Jones highlighting some of the high-level processes and theories that dictate successful collaboration. Now, it’s time to get back to the basics.
As digital workers, we spend a lot of time collaborating online. TalentCulture has previously featured several articles by the great Jeff Wilfong and Chris Jones highlighting some of the high-level processes and theories that dictate successful collaboration. Now, it’s time to get back to the basics. Here are five basic features we so often overlook and misuse in everyday collaboration:
After some careful research on job growth, happiness, opportunity, and nightlife, I’ve pinned down the top 10 cities for fresh college graduates to live, work and play. Check out my video and the list, below… #10 Houston, TX Ranked #3 in the country for job growth Opportunities for graduates with science and technical degrees Lively […]
Meet Mad Man Don Draper at his finest: the pressed suit, the neat hair, the confident gaze. He’s about to pitch an idea to a client. Draper works for an advertising firm; he is the main character in AMC’s Emmy and Golden Globe-winning original series “Mad Men.” In this video clip, he’s at the top […]
Finding a job is a job. But what kind of job is it? When you think about it, the job search is actually a public relations job. On the job hunt, you’re advocating for yourself. If you want to finally land that dream position, you’ve got to practice good personal PR. So treat your job […]