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The workplace has been inundated by new technologies --Dropbox, Slack, and the like-- that promise to make workers more efficient and productive. Yet despite the unprecedented investment in enterprise
“I bombed the interview.” This was a message I got from a brand new coaching client, we can call her Sarah, and something I hear too often from clients I first meet. Immediately I asked why she felt this
As an employee, you have rights. You may not be aware of all these rights, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. And now, if you're a Google employee, you have more rights than the average employee.
We've got some pretty amazing examples that prove introverts can make it big in the business world--Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, for instance. Yet, it's not uncommon for introverts to get the short of
When it comes to catching a job seeker's attention, salary is key, especially amid a time with economic headwinds intensifying and fears of a potential recession remain prominent. Health care and tech
I don’t think I know a single person who doesn’t want to come across as confident. But appearing confident and being confident are two different things. True confidence comes from within. We can feel in
2 Black Women Were Verbally Assaulted at a Co-Working Space. Instead of Throwing the Offender Out, Staffers Offered Victims
When your company culture has cracks and holes in it, it's no surprise that you'll end up with customers who don't feel like they belong. Imagine showing up to work, and being greeted in the parking lot
She Was a Top Google Engineer. Now She Has an Urgent Warning About Something Most People Never Think Of
This is a story with a common beginning, an atypical outcome, and potentially enormous stakes. It involves a former Google engineer who worked on one of Google's most controversial projects: Project Maven,
How a candidate answers this question can be a good gauge of future performance. Julie Zhuo was 22 when she was hired as an intern at Facebook. The company was young. She quickly moved through the ranks
LinkedIn Just Revealed a Surprising New Way to Make Your Profile Really Stand Out (This Changes Everything)
According to new LinkedIn research, 69 percent of professionals think their skills are more important than college education when job-seeking. Somewhere in our LinkedIn profile or résumé, most of us include
cio.com - Moira Alexander is the author of LEAD or LAG: Linking Strategic Project Management & Thought Leadership and founder of Lead-Her-Ship Group. She's also a project management professional and contributor to and co-host of the Price of Business Talk Radio "technically speaking" segment. Moira has 20+ years in business (IS&T) and project management for small to large businesses in the U.S. and Canada.