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That’s Not My Job – But Maybe It Should Be
Business & Career Opportunities / Leadership

That’s Not My Job – But Maybe It Should Be

Have you or your coworkers been asked to do something and the response is “that’s not my job?” It’s understandable as people tend to be overly busy at work these days. This is especially true when management makes staff cuts and expects the existing team members to do more. It […]

Humanity in Denial? Five Big Conversations We MUST Have About Jobs and the Next Generation
Business / Business & Career Opportunities / Careers and Work

Humanity in Denial? Five Big Conversations We MUST Have About Jobs and the Next Generation

We know massive job losses are coming—and shockingly soon—yet for the most part, we seem to have our fingers in our collective ears. Ed Hess wants us to stop pretending nothing’s going to change and start preparing for the biggest culture quake since the Industrial Revolution. If you’ve been paying […]

5 Wardrobe Must-haves for the Rookie Career Girl
Careers and Work

5 Wardrobe Must-haves for the Rookie Career Girl

Congratulations, you landed the job of your dreams! Time to move that stodgy interview suit to the back of your closet, pull up your calendar and make a date with your shopping buddy — You’ve got a wardrobe to build. But first, let’s talk practicality. Unless you’re rehearsing for the […]

Five Mistakes Leaders Unknowingly Make That Scare Employees to Death
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Five Mistakes Leaders Unknowingly Make That Scare Employees to Death

Without even realizing it, most leaders do and say things that send employees into their “Critter State” where every decision they make is driven by fear. Christine Comaford reveals some of the subtle, yet damaging mistakes we make—and how to fix them. Most leaders know that command & control is […]

When Opportunity Knocks
Careers and Work

When Opportunity Knocks

11 Ways to Make Sure 2013 is Your Year for Big, Positive Change Looking back, you feel like you did everything right in 2012. You worked long hours. You were at the boss’ beck and call. And yet, everyone around you seemed to get richer and to gain more success, while […]

Work Smart- What You Don’t Learn in Grad School
Business Tips / Careers and Work

Work Smart- What You Don’t Learn in Grad School

By Dicky Sykes Graduate school gives you the opportunity to solve complex problems and challenging case studies. In fact, I learned how to mitigate the cultural dilemmas multinationals face when sending employees abroad; how to develop and manage virtual project teams; how different personality types lead and why followers follow. […]

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