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Social media has evolved from posts about break ups to a vital element in building careers, but how do you make the jump from sharing memes to networking? Among the many divisive issues in our modern society, social media is one of the hottest. Many people...

Based on the recent release of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) we have updated our Privacy Policy and would also like to provide information about how we treat your data. ...

I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal which shed light on the reality of the way people feel about networking. The conclusion was that many people feel inauthentic, taxed and overall “icky” about the whole process. Those trying to move up and...

We undervalue what we do well. Managers may consider this a lack of confidence. Psychologists sometimes call it the imposter syndrome. The overall result is the same: We think what’s easy isn’t worthwhile, and so we focus our attention on getting better at the things...

Sixty percent of millennials leave their jobs in less than three years because they don’t think they have the opportunity to advance. With replacement costing up to six times an employee’s annual salary, that lack of retention has a significant effect on a company’s bottom...

Technology continues to advance at an exponential rate, and businesses are struggling to keep up. One way to stay relevant in a crowded, sophisticated marketplace is to employ workers who can emulate the dizzying pace of progress. That isn’t as difficult as it sounds. It...

Loneliness is a modern-day epidemic with a significant business impact, costing countries like the U.K. and the U.S. billions of dollars per year. Lonely workers voluntarily change jobs more often, experience less career satisfaction, receive fewer promotions, and perform more poorly than their peers, according...

Employees consistently place a high value on mentoring, yet many companies find it difficult to obtain initial participants. Why aren’t employees lining up in droves to participate in the corporate mentoring programs they say they want — programs proven to enhance their careers? According to the Harvard...

I cannot tell you how many times I have been mixing drinks at work and a customer has leaned over the bar and inquired, “did you go to bartending school? Where did you learn to do that?” I can never keep myself from smiling at this....