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Test Your Knowledge of Super Bowl Snacks

Before you head to the store, take a look at this by-the-numbers breakdown of how much food we'll consume during the big game.

New Content Marketing Strategies for Personal Brands

In order to establish your brand as a trusted lead in your industry you need a well thought out content marketing strategy. Having the right target market dialed in with stand out blog posts is critical to gaining more subscribers and...Show More Summary

Best Business Ideas 2016

This article was originally published by AskMen UK -- so don't mind the references to things like "pounds," "chaps" and "packets of crisps," whatever those are. Have you been dreaming of becoming an entrepreneur but aren't quite sure...Show More Summary

A Step-by-Step Guide To Getting On The Front Page of Google

Getting on the first page of Google is never an easy task. Nevertheless, it can be done in the long-term if you play by Google's rules.

Employee Engagement: Who is Your People Artist?

People Artists draw out the best in others. It is our debt. The debt we owe to the people who drew out the best in us. In the 48 second video below an attendee at the HRPA conference in Toronto acknowledges her People Artist. Watch the video and imagine you are in front of the camera asked to answer the following question: […]

How the Carolina Panthers fired ahead without firing anyone

The Super Bowl-bound team is getting attention for doing something unusual for the NFL

Advocate and Adversary Gumbo

I spent part of this morning writing an insightful analysis of a management problem and then, after reviewing my work, spent the second part writing an argument against my initial position. The paper is now being allowed to simmer. I'll return to it later and develop the solution. Thinking about it will require not thinking about it.

My Wife Had a Miscarriage and More People Should Be Talking About It

Growing up, I only knew one person who had miscarriages, and that was because she was a relative. My parents explained that it was something that happens occasionally, but since I had only one example for reference, I assumed it was rare and probably an extraordinary health issue with the potential mother. I couldn't have been more wrong.

U.S. Adds Just 151,000 Jobs in January

The U.S. saw fewer jobs added last month than in recent months, but gains were still enough for the unemployment rate to reach the lowest level since February 2008.

Dilemma of the Month: Professional Work on Your Personal Cell

I work at a marketing company and often work long hours. Sometimes issues come up outside of the office, and I frequently find myself using my cellphone (and personal computer) for work — sometimes to field client calls, but often from my supervisors as well. I’ve tried to discuss with my boss the potential for […]

Teamwork for the Win

It’s game time! The Super Bowl brings a lot of thing to mind: expensive ads, decadent appetizers…and teamwork. Teamwork is as essential to your professional career as it is to a winning season on the field. And organized sports are … [Read more...] The post Teamwork for the Win appeared first on Lindsey Pollak.

The Virtue of Small Groups

An easy question: All things being equal in terms of the mix of talent, which group is likely to be more successful: one that has five members or one that has fifteen? The smaller group is likely to do better because: Fewer people, fewer ego problems. Show More Summary

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