How To Set Up A LinkedIn Profile (In Under 10 Minutes!)

We recently asked our leading executives how they deal with difficult stakeholders and peers at work. Here are their responses… Ana Smith, Talent Architect & Global Learning Strategist Managing stakeholders is one of any project manager’s most complex and important responsibilities. The success of any given project or initiative can frequently depend upon stakeholder collaboration

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6 Ways To Save Money During A Career Transition

Despite today being a confident and erudite young woman in English, it still took Husna five years to feel comfortable using English as a medium to express herself. Husna, a former English language learner (ELL) and student with interrupted formal education (SIFE), cites the relationship that she developed with her former teacher, Michelle Ortiz (quoted

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Unemployment: 3 Critical Job Search Tips

When you are unemployed and looking for work, a job search can feel even more pressuring. The lack of income and feelings of insecurity make it hard to stay positive and focused on the goal of getting hired. However, it doesn’t have to be that way! You’re not unemployed. You’re “between jobs” and looking for

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5 Career Questions To Ask Yourself In The New Year

The new year is here! For many of us, January is the perfect time to reflect on our lives and set new goals, hoping to become better versions of ourselves. Most people make personal resolutions, like getting in shape, quitting smoking/drinking, or learning a new language. But, what about career resolutions? A career resolution is

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10 Things To Remove From Your Resume

The average amount of time a recruiter or hiring manager will spend scanning your resume is seven seconds. That’s why it’s important to have just the right kind (and amount) of information on your resume. The phrase “less is more” has often been used for design purposes, but it can apply just as well to

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