Forging Stronger Connections in the Era of Hybrid and Remote Teams: An Executive Perspective

According to Zippia, 74% of American companies already used or planned to implement permanent hybrid work policies. 

Another 64% of high-growth companies already used “productivity anywhere” models, meaning employees could work at home or in the office. 

Certainly, both employers …

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Fostering a Positive Work Culture: Overcoming Challenges at the Executive Level

Bill Gates is widely cited as one of the best corporate leaders of all time.

As head of Microsoft, he encouraged team members with a practice called “intellectual stimulation” that asked them to solve problems creatively. 

In addition to empowering …

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The Hidden Job Market for Executives: Unveiling Untapped Opportunities

If you’re only applying to online job postings, you’re missing perhaps the most helpful method for job hunting: the hidden job market.

According to Stacey Perkins of recruiting firm Korn Ferry, around 60% of jobs are never posted on public …

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Leading with Emotional Intelligence: The Key to Effective Executive Leadership

After PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi landed the organization’s top job, she wrote thank-you notes to the parents of every executive team member.

After realizing her own parents had been instrumental in her success, she was inspired to write the letters.

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How to Write Business Memos Like a Management Consultant

In the consulting industry, management consultants are expected to clearly and concisely synthesize raw data and offer actionable insights. Management consultants typically create PowerPoint presentation decks to organize analysis and present their recommendations to the client. However, sometimes management consultants …

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Why You Should Get to Know Your Network

We often have a shallow conception of what networking means.

We imagine exchanging names and basic information with someone at an event, meeting up with that person for coffee, and then asking them for a favor. 

“The way many people …

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How to Negotiate a Better Severance Package

If you think you might be facing a layoff soon, you can take comfort in knowing that there are several things you can do to strengthen your ability to negotiate a solid severance offer. Below is everything you need to …

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Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling: Strategies for Female Executives

From 2015 to 2021, the number of women in executive positions across all sectors grew from 27.1 to 31.7 percent.

However, we are still a ways off from gender parity, as women comprise 47.4 percent of the American workforce. What’s …

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How to Balance Your Responsibilities and Responsible Mentorship

Mentorship plays a vital role in the workplace – both for mentors and mentees.

Building rapport with colleagues and leaders can help people realize their career goals while helping mentors exercise their leadership skills. Everyone can benefit from a supportive …

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How to Adapt Your Career to Survive the AI Revolution

AI’s fast growth has been causing a lot of excitement and a lot of anxiety. Some people are encouraged by AI’s advances, while others are worried. Questions like “Will robots take our jobs?” and “How should we prepare for the …

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