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Why Pope Francis may be meeting with so many tech CEOs

He’s met with at least four since the start of the year, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, on Monday

What is Zapier? How to Automate Your Business Tasks Better

In the last few years the number of tools available for businesses has exploded. The days of “Nobody ever got fired for choosing IBM” are well and truly gone. Now, rather than paying huge sums for one mediocre general solution, businesses can carefully invest in specialised products and apps that perfectly fit what they’re trying to do. Show More Summary

Motivation By Pizza Is Craptastic Management

What moves you to do your best work? To be your best self? Does it come from an internal drive built on pride and desire for improvement? Or does it come from appreciation, encouragement, and kudos from people around you? Maybe it’s the promise of a reward. A couple recent studies seem to indicate that […]

8 Essential Steps to Take for Effective Interview Follow Up

Guest blogger Lisa Rangel is an Executive Resume Writer and Official LinkedIn Moderator at ChameleonResumes.com, a Forbes Top 100 Career Website.  She has been featured on BBC, Investor’s Business Daily, Forbes.com, Fox News, Yahoo Finance,...Show More Summary

20 Best WordPress Directory Themes: For Business Listing Sites and More

Directory websites have plenty of potential for high traffic as well as monetization opportunities since many local and online businesses are always looking for ways to promote themselves. From creating listings of local businesses,Show More Summary

Are Your Silent thoughts Providing New Direction?

Logical thinkers who use analytics and hard facts 100% of the time may well dismiss the following insight. However, it is always best to take into consideration the ideas of those who think the exact opposite of you. Why? Should youShow More Summary

Cal Fussman – The Master Storyteller Returns

Cal (@calfussman) is a New York Times bestselling author and a writer-at-large for Esquire magazine, where he is best known for being a primary writer of the “What I Learned” feature. The Austin Chronicle has described Cal’s interviewing skills as “peerless.” He has transformed oral history into an art form, conducting probing interviews with the icons who’ve […]

Yikes! You’ve Got to Give the Boss Negative Feedback. Here’s How

Contrary to popular opinion, you boss isn’t perfect. (Okay, that’s not popular opinion–although that could be your boss’s opinion.) Sometimes you have to give the boss negative feedback. “Hey, boss, you’re doing it wrong!” As you well know, that doesn’t always go over well. Today at the Field Service Digital Blog, I give you some […]

Citizen Development at Work

Alec Sprague is not an IT guy. His background is in consumer advocacy, but in his position as database developer for Work for Progress, he has instituted a culture of citizen development at the fast-growing nonprofit organization. “Our organization is...

Gladwell on The Arrogance of Elite American Universities...

Here's a good podcast for you to pick up - Malcolm Gladwell's Revisionist History, where Gladwell breaks down topics that we previously thought we understood completely, but now looking back it appears we were wrong. I've listened to two episodes...

How to Reach the Next Level of Team Performance

3 Personality Tests We Use to Boost Our Collaboration. I’m an assessment geek. I’m always looking to improve my own performance as well as my team’s. And I find measurement essential for upping our game. I first started using personality tests over a decade ago when I became the publisher of Nelson Books. It was a way for me to peek under the hood […]

How to Be a Great Career Negotiator

Whether it is for a salary or a new job most of us don't like to negotiate. Sadly it is necessary for our careers! Improve your skills with these tips!...

Mental Health and the Workplace: How Can We Change the Stigma?

I suffer from depression and anxiety. In our constantly-moving world, this is not uncommon. However, it is rarely acceptable to discuss. When I was first diagnosed with depression, I was a young working 20 year old in college. The depressive episode had hit me pretty hard and – being in a retail business where customer service was […]

Research: Millennials Can’t Afford to Job Hop

They’re ready to commit to their employers — and want the same in return.

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