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Being a male leader, manager or individual contributor in today’s current social and political narrative means having the spotlight on what you say and do. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to be motivated by others to adjust or change. It’s human nature to avoid looking at the impact of our actions on lives,
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This past October marked the 76th observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), which celebrates the contributions of Americans with disabilities in the workplace. NDEAM prompts employers to re-evaluate their personnel policies and make an extra effort to hire and retain people with disabilities across the entire spectrum of jobs. NDEAM’s 2021 theme was
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Just about every internal work email we send starts with “Dear Team.” In fact, we talk about teams all the time in the workplace, even relabeling many of our “committees” as “teams.” For example, we no longer have an Executive Committee. We have an Executive Team. We’re all in on team spirit. However, a conversation
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In 2008 during the Great Recession, military veterans’ unemployment was a significant national problem and soared to more than twice the national average according to RAND Corporation. Servicemembers departing the military entered a challenging job market with an 8% civilian unemployment rate.  Veterans’ unemployment skyrocketed to 29% for 18–24-year-olds according to RAND Corporation.  In 2011,
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Chilly winds, sweaty summers, irritating humidity of monsoon, all of these are different climates or you can say weathers. Most of you must have read about topics that quotes ‘ How climate change is affecting the health of humans’ but I am not here to talk about the same and stale topic. Recently I came
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People often join a network because they’re inspired by its purpose, whether that’s to improve a community’s school lunch program or protect a sprawling wildlife preserve. But people stay for a very different reason: who is involved. Which means who is part of a network is just as important, if not more important, than why
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While we are in college, we do worry about the future from time to time. However, it takes us a while to realize that the end is approaching and many decisions will have to be taken. What happens after graduation becomes a defining phase of life. What you thought you would be by the end
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When, as a young man, I set my sights on the future and imagined what it would feel like to have achieved my ambitions, I always pictured a serene version of myself, surveying his achievements with satisfaction, certain of his place in the world. While some of my youthful hopes remain unfulfilled (scoring in the
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The pandemic plus technology has transformed the paradigm for leadership and executive recruiting. Today, the degree of emotional investment that candidates devote to the process has diminished, resulting from innovations in video conferencing technology combined with the acceleration of the remote working environment. This phenomenon has been further advanced by the global pandemic and the
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More than anything else, successful hybrid working is about trust. CEOs trusting managers, managers trusting employees and employees trusting themselves and their teammates to do the right thing, regardless of where they are based, to achieve the outcomes they hope to achieve. Yet, when it comes to the decisions that CEOs need to make around
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Faced with the ongoing effects of the pandemic and the uncertain future that lies ahead, every company needs to innovate to set itself apart and succeed. Most seem to realize this fact. According to a 2021 Boston Consulting Group survey, 75% of companies rank innovation among their top three priorities. That’s a 10% rise over
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Big data has become the culture whisperer of business, telling us everything we want to know and much more. Through algorithms, AI and new tools, CEOs have made numbers talk in the same old-fashioned way as picking petals off a daisy. Employees love me, employees love me not. At what point do we stop listening,
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The clues of what you can be teaching the world are in your life experiences. Today a shared a post on Facebook which originally was supposed to just be a brief snapshot of how I help people create their own online courses and how I got there, but it turned into a little more than
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