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De-Coding the Unwritten Rules of Career Advancement

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You may play a critical role in identifying and developing your organization's next generation of senior leaders, but that doesn't mean you're not interested in advancing to the executive level yourself. So how can you maximize your chances of making it to the C-suite, ... More »

Manage Up, and Take Charge of Your Workday

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Are you spending too much time dealing with your bosses? It might seem like that. But the reality is very likely the opposite: In nine out of 10 cases, according to 17 years of research by RainmakerThinking Inc., the problem is not that employees are spending too much t... More »

The End of Job Security As We Know It

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When I was in my early 20s, I landed what everyone - including me - thought was a dream job: prestigious organization, upmarket central London location, and a great salary. Yet I hated every minute of it. I didn't connect with the mission of the organization or my colle... More »

Mojo for Learning Professionals

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Marshall Goldsmith

I operationally define Mojo as "that positive spirit - toward what we are doing now - that starts on the inside and radiates to the outside." We experience Mojo when we engage in activities that simultaneously provide us with happiness and meaning. Mojo is equally relev... More »

Climb That Mountain or Chill in the Barcalounger?

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When I was studying for a PhD at Princeton, my advisor would edit my papers before we submitted them to conferences. At first, my drafts were often returned covered with so much red ink that I could barely make out what was written underneath. I'd slog through all the c... More »