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5 Ways Millennials Will Shape the Future of Work

 Guest post by Dan Schawbel Millennials, also known as Generation Y, will comprise 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025. They are the most educated, most diverse and the most connected generation of our lifetime, and they are poised to make a major impact on...

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What Brain Science Can Teach Us About Leadership

Much of your brain is hardwired from birth. Our primitive reflexes make us hyper-alert for bad news. Our brains detect negative information faster than positive information, and we have a stronger memory for painful experiences than pleasurable ones. This hardwiring...

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The Carnival of HR

Welcome to The Carnival of HR. This is one of my favorite carnivals, and I am delighted to host this edition. We have been treated to a wonderful lineup of thought-provoking posts on leadership, workforce practices and talent development, and building relationships....

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The Most Important Risk in Life: Be You

Guest Post by Doug Sundheim Things work better when you’re being you.  You’re not wasting time trying to live up to some conjured-up ideal of perfection.  You’re not trying to be all things to all people.  Consequently, you have more energy to focus on other...

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Why Good Teams Make Bad Decisions

Did you ever watch in dismay as a good team began to make a series of bad decisions? It can happen with any kind of team – a work team, sports team, political team, or volunteer team… in any kind of setting – business, government, school, non-profit. Here's what...

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How To Write a Mission Statement in 5 Steps

A mission statement is a brief statement that explains your reason for existence or purpose - what you want to accomplish.  A good mission statement helps guide you in determining your products and services because it answers the question “why?” and helps...

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