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Bus Driving

Being the manager of a team is like being the driver of a bus.

I can’t begin to take credit for that metaphor. The first time I encountered it was in Jim Collins’ book ‘Good To Great’, which I still recommend to anyone and everyone. 616 more words


Are we getting a RAISE- Lessons from a CEO

Many people have asked me how I became a CEO.

Trust me, no one handed me a job- I worked for it!
I learned from everyone I came in contact with, everyone became my teacher. 347 more words


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Career Development

6 Reasons Why Your Job Search Is Failing You

“Nothing will work unless you do.”

- Maya Angelou

WARNING: For some jobseekers, this post may be a difficult pill to swallow (also it has lots of numbers). 1,538 more words


Personal Branding With Your Own Brand

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More individuals are discussing the essentials of individual marking both in your vocation look and in your profession improvement. Successful individual marking not just makes you emerge from the swarm to managers and spotters, however can likewise expand your employer stability by conveying your worth as a pioneer and cooperative person to your associated… 910 more words

Employer Branding

Generative Thinking

An amazing thing is happening in my world. Really good competent people are moving into key positions or blossoming within their current roles, and the synergies are astounding. 475 more words

Personal Growth

How to prepare a resume for a non-academic science job?

As you probably know already, my career path hasn’t exactly been a straight line. The transferable skills I developed during graduate school were very critical when I was looking for a job as a science communicator. 172 more words