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Does Higher Education Still Prepare People for Jobs?

Does Higher Education Still Prepare People for Jobs?

By Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Becky Frankiwicz  // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. We often hear employers and business leaders lament the unfortunate gap between what students learn in college and what they are actually expected to know in order to be job-ready. This is particularly alarming in light of the large — and still growing […]

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Onboarding Isn’t Enough

Onboarding Isn’t Enough

By Mark Byford, Michael D. Watkins, and Lena Triantogiannis// This article was originally posted on hbr.org.   An executive we’ll call Lucas Jacobsen was ready for a new challenge. So after more than a decade at a Fortune 100 diversified manufacturing firm, where he had risen to lead product development in the power systems division, he decided […]

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Get the Most Out of Executive Coaching

Get the Most Out of Executive Coaching

By Steven Berglas // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. Remember “light bulb” jokes? My favorite was, “How many shrinks does it take to change a light bulb? One, but the light bulb must want to change.” It’s true: Unless or until a person decides to commit to change wholeheartedly, no coach can help move him […]

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How Self-Reflection Can Help Leaders Stay Motivated

How Self-Reflection Can Help Leaders Stay Motivated

By Klodiana Lanaj, Trevor A. Faulk, and Amir Erez// This article was originally posted on hbr.org.   We tend to romanticize leadership. When friends are promoted to managerial positions, we slap them on the back, tell them that they finally made it, and congratulate them for their hard work. Our reactions are understandable. Occupying a […]

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What to Do When Personal and Professional Commitments Compete for Your Time

What to Do When Personal and Professional Commitments Compete for Your Time

By Elizabeth Grace Saunders // This article was originally posted on hbr.org. You’re double booked. It’s not just one meeting scheduled over another. It’s something for your family at odds with a work commitment. These situations can trigger guilt and stress. Guilt because you feel like you’re letting others down — no matter what you decide, […]

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