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LinkedIn benefits 2017: Meh, not so much

LinkedIn benefits

“Oh hey, I don’t check this very much,” comes a response 10 months after you messaged someone. Continue Reading

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On the fear of not being good enough

Fear of not being good enough

The No. 1 question of the modern workforce: how do we develop people who are scared of what the future holds for them and their families? Continue Reading

Cognitive learning often has no place at work

Cognitive Learning

If all you do all day is check boxes and answer the KPI bell, your thinking muscles atrophy. And then we expect those people to make the right political decisions, or want to join the right groups, or know how to structure a mortgage? Dominoes. Continue Reading

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Career conversations: Can we make this a thing?

Career Conversations

So, let’s get this straight. Business is supposed to be about growth and looking forward. New potential and opportunities, right? But … we evaluate employees using a method that only looks backward. Hmm. Maybe it’s time to fix that. Continue Reading

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The Career Training Era may finally arrive

Career training

HR webinars ain’t cutting it anymore, boys. Continue Reading

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Career goals and the role of a boss

Career Goals

This is predominantly a time management issue. Continue Reading

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Can we end the job-hopping stigma?

Let's end the job hopping stigma

Human Resources has been chasing ‘the seat at the table’ for probably three generations now, but many organizations still treat it as a compliance function and many outright ignore it. From a senior management standpoint, the reasoning is simple: HR doesn’t generate… Continue Reading

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At the end of your career, what will you value?

I once — way back in the day — wrote a post about how much people connect their self-worth to their job, and that might be a small corollary to what I’m about to discuss here. It’s this big concept: you spend a lot… Continue Reading