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Five Critical and Important Things For New Managers to Remember

By Karlyn Borysenko

First of two parts

So, you’ve been promoted to a manager position and have people reporting directly to you. Congratulations! But with great power comes great responsibility.

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10 Ways to Maximize (and Modernize) Your Talent Acquisition Efforts

By M. Tamra Chandler

Overwhelmed with options for improving recruitment and hiring in your organization? Competition for top talent is as fierce as ever. 

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The Innovation Formula: Hacking Your Way to Greater Workplace Innovation

By Dr. Amantha Imber

If you have done any reading about innovation, you have probably heard of hack days, or hackathons. The concept has gained popularity in the last few years, and is now a staple event at many tech companies.

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Want to Re-Engage Your Employees? Maybe You Just Need Better Communications

By Russ Fradin
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LinkedIn's Research Is Telling Us Exactly How Job Candidates Want to Be Recruited

By John Hollon

This is one of those things that LinkedIn, a company with so much information on working professionals that it's hard to get through it all, can do so well: Tell us exactly how candidates want to be recruited.

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Why We Need to Make Performance Reviews More Human and Less Like a Contract

By Derek Irvine

Performance reviews need to reflect the relationships of performance, and stop treating it like a contract.

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Are Our Workplaces Killing Us? Here Are Some Ways to Make Sure They Don't (Video)

By John Hollon

Prof. Jeffrey Pfeffer is pretty clear on this: Not only are workplaces incredibly stressful, but they may also be slowly killing you and many others in your workplace, too.

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The Innovation Formula: Risk Taking and Failure Is Critical to Building a Strong Culture

By Dr. Amantha Imber

In Apollo 13, the 1995 movie about the ill-fated moon landing mission, NASA Flight Director Gene Krantz (played by Ed Harris), is talking to his team about the necessity of finding a way to preserve energy in the spacecraft.

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Survey Finds That More and More People Think It's a Good Time to Find a Job

By John Hollon

Do you really believe that this is a good time to find work? Gallup says it is, or at least that "43 percent of Americans say it is a good time to find a quality job."

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Conscious Leadership: Do You Know Where You Are Your In Your Leadership Development?

By Rosalie Chamberlain

Leadership comes with the responsibility of self-awareness. Not only must we be aware of our team and our organization’s purpose, but we must also be aware of how we share what we do and how we are to the world around us.

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