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Five Essential Career Skills for Middle Management Millennials: Develop A Personal Vision

This article wascoauthored withDon Strickland, theThe Millennial Advocate. The fourth of five essential career skills for middle management millennials is to develop a personal vision for change that is the basis for leadership. To develop your personal vision, ask out-of-the-box questions and use your personal network for outside-in insights. The first three [...]
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