General Professional Development

Harness The Power Of These 7 Best Free Educational Apps And Develop The Skills You Need To Get Ahead

Today’s top organizations are searching for executive leaders with the right combination of blended experience and expertise in areas such as programming + communication, artificial intelligence (AI) + emotional intelligence, and logic + ethics.

Top applicants are multifaceted in their interests and deliver …

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Not Seeing Any Progress In Your Executive Career? Here Is Why.

You’ve been in the same executive-level position for the past five years. You’ve seen colleagues at your same level get promoted at your company and elsewhere, but every time you’ve applied for a promotion, you’ve been passed up.

You might …

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The Complete Blueprint to Executive Team-Building

Is your team working well together? Even the best teams could do with a little nurturing from time to time. Everyone knows how crucial effective teamwork is to success in business. This article explains how team building can help improve …

By Grace Lau - Ivy Exec
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4 Surprisingly Easy Ways to Jumpstart a Stalled Executive Career

There’s a Chinese proverb for disruptive cultural shifts. A crisis is an opportunity riding a dangerous wind. To that end, the Great Resignation represents both change and opportunity for a stalled executive career.

Certainly, no labor trend has captured greater …

By Shireen Stephenson - Ivy Exec
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What Autistic Employees Actually Want Their Coworkers to Know and Do

I learned the art of instant personality change early in my career. As a bookstore manager in my early 20s, I would morph from a quiet loner-with-a-book into an outgoing, social person-in-charge each time I walked through the glass doors …

By Tara McMullin - The Muse
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Everything You Need To Know About Becoming A Thought Leader

Getting started as a thought leader is one of the best steps you can take for your career. It can help you establish credibility and trust while giving you access to better opportunities.

For this reason, we are starting the …

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Striving for real inclusion: Rainbow flags, cultural months just aren’t enough

“Too often, we are celebrating these months without doing the necessary amount of personal and behind-the-scenes work to actually increase inclusion. For instance in Pride Month, many organizations change their corporate logos and fly rainbow flags but don’t ever sit …

By Donald Thompson
Donald Thompson Striving for real inclusion: Rainbow flags, cultural months just aren’t enough
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Nurturing a Success Mindset: Committing Yourself to Continuous Improvement

Around the world, organizations spend more than $365 billion annually for leadership development programs—despite this tremendous investment which is upwards of $166 billion in the USA alone—more than 75% of organizations say that their internal professional development programs are not …

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So you didn’t land a summer internship or summer job, here’s what you should do instead

With any job or internship application, there’s the chance that you may not get an offer for the position. The reasons can vary, and sometimes it can come down to not being the right person for the job. Those looking …

By Sean Kelly - College Recruiter
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Establish Credibility In A New C-Level Position

You’ve recently taken over in a C-level position at a new company.

In beginning your new role, you want to make sure you’re demonstrating who you are to your new team, as well as discussing your strategy for your new …

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