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A C-suite wake-up call: We’re all replaceable

If those of you in the C-suite think you’re all irreplaceable, think again. The human workforce is the figurative boiling frog in the cauldron...

Programmed learning can ease the fear of acquiring new skills

We all know that to adapt to the changing workforce, we are constantly going to need to learn new skills. However, if you’ve been...

Why decision makers should care about the future of work

"First, we are children to our parents. Then parents to our children. Then parents to our parents. Then children to our children." — Milton Greenblatt The challenge for us...

10 tips to improve your follow-through at work

follow-through (noun):  The completion of a motion, as in the stroke of a tennis racket. The portion of such a motion after the ball...

Feeling like a tech poseur? How to beat Impostor Syndrome

There are many different ways to learn how to code, each with varying opinions of the “right” way to do it. Are you a stronger...

When depression is a family affair

For many people, especially men between the ages of 40 to 65, being out of work is not only depressing, but it is also...

What Story Are You Telling Yourself?

WorkingNation is proud to have Mick Kubiak as our featured writer for January. Kubiak is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in...

Where are your thoughts taking you?

WorkingNation is proud to have Mick Kubiak as our featured writer for January. Kubiak is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in...

Disentangling your job from your purpose in life

WorkingNation welcomes Mick Kubiak, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as our featured writer for September. Kubiak specializes in parent counseling and life coaching....

On dealing with the shame of unemployment

WorkingNation welcomes Mick Kubiak, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist as our featured writer for September. Kubiak specializes in parent counseling and life coaching....