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A Question of Degree (Your Child’s)

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A college degree has generally been thought by parents and students to be the path to a better career, and by employers as a reliable predictor of performance. The value of that degree, however, is coming into question. A short article from HBR explores the question of whether higher education

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Five Things Your Child Should Unlearn to Prepare for the Business World

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Many parents are in the process of sending their children off to college; many to their senior year and then to the world of work afterwards.  Given the cost of higher education, it is to be hoped that the young people in your life learned much in the academy that

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A Graduation Gift…

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It’s commencement time and whether your child is in high school, off to college, headed to a summer internship, or off to conquer the world, here is collection of my favorite commencement speaker advice and a few other observations that you may wish to share with the young people in

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The Parenting is Just Beginning

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Here’s a 15-minute video that anyone who raised a Millennial, or now has to supervise one, ought to watch right now (like drop everything and watch it RIGHT NOW).  Simon Sinek rocketed to fame on the wings of his book “Start with Why” and related talks.   In a recent interview,

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“What’s Well Begun…..

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……Is half done”, goes the popular saying.  This appears to apply to child raising as well. As a leader of your organization, do you ponder why some employees are more successful than others?  Perhaps, just perhaps it dates back to our childhood.  Check out this recap of 13 findings (with links

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Your First 90 Days

Thank you for your interest in my free essay, "Your First 90 Days." As a new manager/leader, you have your work cut out for you. But please slow down and be strategic. Many careers have sidetracked during the first 90 to 180 days in a new job because the entry was too fast.

Don't let your title dictate your strategy. Rather, consider my seven steps you can take to smooth your transition.

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