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Millennials Have A Different Definition Of Diversity And Inclusion

When it comes to defining diversity and inclusion at work, the generation gap between boomers, gen-Xers, and millennials is more like a growing trench, according to a new study from Deloitte and the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative (BJKLI).The
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This Is The Future Of College

The college experience has been roughly the same for the last 100 years: You pick a major, find a school, buy the books, attend the lectures, write the papers, take the tests, get the grades, graduate, work to pay off debt.For years, college was the
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The Top Jobs In 10 Years Might Not Be What You Expect

Top Jobs Today That May Disappear By 2025Many jobs in 2015 that are considered "hot" likely will be much diminished by 2025, according to Graeme Codrington, a futurist at TomorrowToday Global. Is yours on the chopping block?Front-line Military
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An Innovator's Dream...

1.2 million euros....hearing at the price of his Yacht, I was stunned ..more so, because this was the first time in my life, I was sitting in a yacht relaxing on a sofa with a cup of lemon tea in my hand. This was all because of Arik, who had paid
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5 Office Design Strategies That Will Make Employees Happier

If I told you that a software engineer and salesperson need the exact same skills and tools to accomplish their job, you would call me crazy. Yet, when we take a software engineer and salesperson, stick them in the exact same office environment and
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7 Habits Of People Who Are Happy At Work

When it comes to the research results on happiness in the American workforce, the statistics are not flattering.A recent survey by the staffing firm Manpower Group discovered that nearly two-thirds of American and Canadian workers were not happy in
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From Being Unforgettable to Getting Over Fear Of Risk: The Most Popular Leadership Stories In Leadership May 4-8

This week, we learned how break the vicious cycle of self-criticism and make a great, and lasting, impression on those around us.Here are the stories you loved in Leadership for the week of May 4.With the average adult receiving (and mostly ignoring
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12 Lessons From Business Leaders' Moms

The first teacher most of us have is our mother. She shows us how to brush our teeth, tie our shoes, and look both ways before crossing the street, but her most powerful lessons are handed down by the example she sets.My mother, Georgia Poythress,
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The Pipeline Isn't The Problem: Dissecting The Real Gender Bias In Tech Positions

Leyla Seka almost quit her job at Salesforce after reaching a point of frustration that she’d be stuck in her position. She wasn’t confident in her achievements and didn’t know how to code so she thought she’d never move up.Talented women like Seka
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Diane von Furstenberg's Strategies On How To Lead And When To Get Out Of The Way

Leaders from every industry often claim there’s no "I" in team in an effort to rally their troops. But to hear Diane von Furstenberg talk about the decades she's spent at the helm of her eponymous brand, it’s not hard to see how she would argue that

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