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Pave Your Career Path: VCF Insights from a Corporate Recruiter, Episode 2

On this episode of Pave Your Career Path, Leia O’Connell and corporate recruiter Deana Carter chat about what to expect at a Virtual Career Fair (VCF).

7 Coaching Myths That Are Keeping You From Being a Better Leader

The hallmark of coaching as a leadership style is the igniting of insight in day-to-day conversations, which enables people to learn from their experiences "in the moment."

Why You Can't Solve Problems with Teamwork, Genius, or Creativity

If you want to create brilliant products and solutions, you should hire the best geniuses, give them an environment to flourish, then do what you can to keep them, right?

10 Predictions For AI, Big Data, and Analytics in 2018

A new Forrester Research report, Predictions 2018: The Honeymoon For AI Is Over, predicts that in 2018 enterprises will finally move beyond the hype to recognize that AI requires hard work—planning, deploying, and governing it correctly.

9 Ways to Show Your People You Value Them

Your people need more than a salary and fulfilling work to be their best. They need to know that you see the value in them as individuals and in the work they deliver. Here are nine ways to show them you care.

What to Do if a Prospective Employer is Misrepresenting the Job Offer

Over the years, I have had job candidates ask me how to handle employer deception during the interview process.

Last-Mile Delivery Services Are Changing to Meet Community Needs

Electric trucks and cars are already here. Can our transportation and distribution system adjust to an all-electric fleet of trucks and cars? The cost of such new trucks is already affecting small, startup trucking companies.

The Job Hunt: How to Respond When You’re the Victim of ‘Ghosting’

Unfortunately, “ghosting” during the job interview process is on the rise. And it has nothing to do with this Halloween season.

5 Ways to Make Organizational Friction Work for You

While it's great to see collaboration in organizations, too much focus on unity and agreement can cause people to bury underlying conflicts.