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Mentorships help unemployed and underemployed adults navigate job market

More than 6.1 million Americans are unemployed and looking for work. Another seven million Americans are considered to be underemployed. Broadly speaking, these are...

Should you “love” your job?

As technology continues to change the nature of work and the workforce, more and more jobs will require additional investments in time and money...

The path to your happily ever after career

There is a well-known Proverb, “Where there’s a will there’s a way.” In practicality, it’s backward. What really applies to more people, especially those who...

How C-suite executives can improve their collaboration

It may seem obvious what the various roles in the executive suite are accountable for and who they are accountable to. However, it is...

Defuse most arguments in the workplace and prevent them from reoccurring

There’s a lot of tension in the workplace. It used to be that you’d suck it in at work and go home and shut down...

To be hirable, be excellent and adaptive

"It is not the most intellectual of the species that survives; it is not the strongest that survives; but the species that survives is the one that...

6 steps to DIY anger management

"People don’t do what’s important to them, they do what they care enough about." – Dr. Michael Gervais You’ve got an anger management problem. Others...

8 ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions at work

Life is what happens when you're busy making (and breaking) New Year's resolutions — with apologies to John Lennon. How much money would you bet...

How to stop being so pushy while at work

I recently reached out to my social media including my 540k Twitter followers about what they thought was the difference between being passionate and...

Overcoming anger and fear after layoffs

Imagine you are a General Motors worker, and you've just been laid off. Do you accept their rational explanation for the layoffs or hold...