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The problem with David Brooks’ argument about Hillary Clinton and workaholics

America has long mythologized the inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders who succeeded through being wholly preoccupied with their work

61 Ways to Get Your Employees Super Engaged

Learn what it means to maximize your team's commitment, effort and loyalty.

Quote of the Day

A star in the wrong role stopped being a star. - John Huston

Quick Shots for #HR and #Business Pros – Conference Networking Edition

Next month is the Society for Human Resource Management’s (SHRM) Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Besides being a great educational event, it’s a huge networking opportunity. On the education side, there will definitely be the latest info on the U.S. Show More Summary

10 Reasons Changing Your Brand Identity Could Hurt Your Company

The following answers are provided by members of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched BusinessCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. 1. Show More Summary

What Working Dad’s Can’t Live Without

For Mother’s day, I ran a post, 10 Things Every Working Mom Needs. I’d like to do the same for Dads for Father’s day. Tell me what the working dad in your life (you or your spouse) cannot live without. Please note, this is not good ideas for Father’s day presents  (although some may be). […]

5 Things You Do that Drive Your Boss Crazy

You’re ambitious and smart, and you have plans. You know your job well, and you work hard, so why does your boss hate you? Well, maybe not hate you, but it’s clear that she likes your coworker a lot more than she likes you, even though you’re clearly the better employee. Sometimes that’s just a personality […]

2 Questions You Probably Don’t Ask In Job Interviews – But Definitely Should

2 Questions You Probably Don’t Ask In Job Interviews – But Definitely Should CAREEREALISM Two questions in particular will do more for you in the interview than any others. Here's what you should ask in job interviews but probably do not. The post 2 Questions You Probably Don’t Ask In Job Interviews – But Definitely Should appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

4 Tricks To Nailing A Job Interview In Any Setting

Preparing for a job interview isn’t too tough. You already know the basics: Dress up, Google the company, don’t show up sipping a Frappuccino. But there are a few more tricks for less conventional job interviews that you may not … More...Show More Summary

Robert Gates on the Essentials of Leading Change

IN A TIME when change is not just inevitable, but must be encouraged and led, Robert Gates’ A Passion for Leadership is a must read. Gates has led and continues to lead in a wide variety of organizations and organizational cultures.Show More Summary

Should Document Your Company’s Stories

Why do you think Legos are such a popular toy? I bet you can guess from the title of this blog post. Legos are popular because you can see your hard work come to life. Every Lego brick you stack the more your progress improves. You can see how the story unfolded. Many of your […]

8 Books Bill Gates Wants You to Read This Summer

World's most famous billionaire share his eclectic list of favorite bestsellers.

3 Steps for Envisioning the Win and Exceeding Your Goals

"I will never quit. I persevere and thrive on adversity. I am never out of the fight." - Navy SEAL Creed

The Downside of Leadership and How to Inject Success

The worst part of holding creative thought, and being ahead of the curve, is when no one understands what it is you are trying to accomplish. Soon the same people will try to talk you into giving up. Frustration takes hold with the occasional...Show More Summary

Why Great Leaders Have Learned to Emulate Michelangelo and Picasso

Words are poor conveyers of meaning. Visualizing what a strategy looks like when successfully executed allows people to help make it a reality.

Clinton Campaign Downplays Watchdog Report About Email Server

Of course, Hillary Clinton’s campaign tried to downplay Wednesday’s blistering report from the Office of the Inspector General that her email server was in violation of internal regulations. Brian Fallon tried to stress that Hillary’s use of personal email “was … More » The post Clinton Campaign Downplays Watchdog Report About Email Server appeared first on EveryJoe.

The New Agenda For Taking On Wall Street

More than 20 progressive organizations representing millions of voters are putting their weight behind a five-point agenda for the next stage of Wall Street reform. What these groups will formally announce Tuesday, in an event featuring Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, sets a high but practical standard for what a candidate would have to embrace to […]

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