The Biggest Workplace Disruptors are 50+

What do Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Workday all have in common? They were all started by entrepreneurs who were more than 50 years old. In fact, 25% of new businesses are now founded by people over 50. With people staying in

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#WorkTrends: Redefine ‘Rock Stars’ to Find the Employees You Really Need

Your organization needs rock stars to thrive, but finding the candidates who will take your organizations from the backyard battle of the bands to sold-out arenas is more difficult than it looks. In fact, we might have the idea of …

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Yes, It’s Okay to Mess Up: Psychological Safety in the Workplace

It was day six of a seven-day whitewater rafting course with the Colorado Outward Bound School, where I worked as an instructor. I had handed over control of our boat to one of my participants—let’s call him Mike—to guide

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Towards a Collaboration Culture

Here’s a statement that’s hard to argue with: A vibrant company culture is the difference between simply doing a job and being part of a community. It’s a unifying force, and that’s what most of us want out of work,

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How to Optimize the Candidate Journey to Hire the Best Talent

A lot has changed in recent years about how candidates look for jobs and how employers find talent, but understanding talent’s needs and preferences remains crucial through every step of the recruitment process. As new candidates, new needs and new …

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Unlearning with Tae Hea Nahm

I think most of us can agree that being curious and continuing to learn are key ingredients to being successful. But what happens when you have to unlearn behaviors in order to level-up your career? When you’re forced to change

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#WorkTrends: Remote Work Is More Than Staying in Your PJs

Remote work is a hot topic these days, and many people dream of working from home. And why shouldn’t you? Who wouldn’t want to keep their pajamas on, stroll over to their laptop and work from the convenience of home? …

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Make Yourself a Priority with Nicole Latimer

Imagine working for a company that gives every employee 30 minutes of personal time every day to improve and make themselves a priority. Too good to be true? Not so at StayWell, where CEO Nicole Latimer introduced daily “Bean Time”

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#WorkTrends: Empathy Is the Answer

Here’s one thing all of us agree on about the future of work: It would be great if it didn’t involve mean people. But, sadly, mean people aren’t going away, so what can we do about them to make both …

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4 Ways Leaders Can Use Tech to Create a Better Employee Experience

Technology has altered the employee experience in a major way. For most of us the days of legal pads and filing cabinets are long gone, replaced by software suites and apps we use every day. “Technology is 30% of the …

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