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TalentCulture | December 20, 2014

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Career Strategy

Getting Things Done Vs. Making An Impact

October 30, 2014 | 1

There is a lot of discussion about productivity, but I’ve always preferred the term velocity. I’ve found that my velocity to goal determines my career velocity. By that I mean the speed and efficiency with which I achieve my goals … Read More

10 Things About Work I Wish I Had Been Told

October 29, 2014 |

It always amazes me the stories I hear about people who are new to the world of work.

The guys with jeans around the back of their thighs, the girls not dressed much better, headphones plugged in while they eat … Read More

10 Pre-Game Interview Tips Candidates Won’t Laugh At

October 27, 2014 | 1

Not often enough are we ever truly prepared for what lies ahead in our daily obstacles. Sadly, this tends to be the case when interviewing candidates. But what if our hiring strategy took the time to incorporate interview tips that … Read More

Wanted, Preferably Alive And Having Fun With Your Company Culture

October 24, 2014 |

“The grim fightin’ hero’s troubles are always private – He wants to know where ‘I fit in’ in herd wars – Sometimes you see villains so ancient…

…you gotta go a long way in the West to find a good … Read More

Why A Bit Of Boredom Might Help Your Career

October 23, 2014 | 1

“When you pay attention to boredom, it gets unbelievably interesting.” —John Kabat-Zinn

Boredom is something most of us try to avoid at all costs, and thanks to today’s vibrant entertainment industry there is usually no shortage of activities to keep us occupied … Read More

One Employee’s Journey Toward Personal and Professional Fulfillment

October 21, 2014 | 3

I love my job.

Sure, I get paid to write blog posts that positively show our company culture and product. But I mean it, I genuinely love working at my company. I am surrounded by people who work … Read More

Keep The Pursuit Of Your Goals From Going Off-Track

October 20, 2014 |

“When I thought I couldn’t go on, I forced myself to keep going. My success is based on persistence, not luck. — Estee Lauder

Do you know what you want out of your life? Can you see your future clearly in … Read More

Happy Work Folk Are Huggers, Not Walkers

October 17, 2014 |

June 30, 2009

“They call them Walkers.”

Rick the recruiter whispered the words like a desperate prayer while he stood at the 10th floor window looking down on the street. Nishi, Rick’s new boss, was puzzled.

“Walkers?”

“Yes, Walkers,” Rick echoed, … Read More

Job Market Demands Creative Thinkers

October 14, 2014 |

The current job market demands creative thinkers. A recent study titled ”Tomorrow’s Most Wanted” (conducted by Global Learning Institute Hyper Island and Edelman in Stockholm, Sweden) suggests that creativity, among other personality traits, is more important than technical skill sets.

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Risking Failure, Winning Big With Career Change

October 7, 2014 | 1

“Nobody succeeds in a big way, except by risking failure.”  William Feather

At a recent meeting of the National Speakers Association, I had the opportunity to meet Simon T. Bailey, a professional speaker and author whose topic is personal brilliance. … Read More