In the Office

Ageism at Work | Is Your Workplace Making Space for Older Employees?

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A quick Google search reveals no shortage of articles about managing millennials in the workplace. However, with so much attention on encouraging and training younger employees, older employees are often left out of the conversation. To nurture a truly inclusive workplace, there needs to be greater awareness of how ageism negatively impacts an organization as […]

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Career Planning

Using a Career Break to Your Advantage

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There are a lot of reasons why you may need to step away from your career for a while. Becoming a parent, looking after a relative, or dealing with health issues can all lead you to need a break from work. When you first decide to step away from the office, you may worry about […]

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Interviews

Tips to Up the “Wow Factor” at Your Next Job Interview

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In almost every interview, there are some standard questions you can expect to be asked. “How do you manage your time?”, “Where do you see yourself in five years?”, “What has been your biggest challenge?” Sound familiar? It’s up to you to turn these classic questions into opportunities to place in a potential employer’s shortlist […]

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In the Office

8 Lessons on How to Gather | Add Magic to Your Meetings

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Have you ever planned a staff retreat, created a conference agenda, executed on a nonprofit fundraiser, or convened decision makers to agree on anything? Then you or your organization have probably established a standard formula for event planning—book a space, brainstorm some icebreakers, find speakers, schedule coffee breaks, etc. The traditional way of event planning […]

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