Executives

Every week, new companies announce their hiring efforts, or tell the world they will be laying off employees. Well, we've made it a bit easier to stay on top of those stories that could impact your career.

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We've all learned some lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic. Every disruption, every change, is a learning experience. And this year has seen a lot of both.

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Every week, new companies announce their hiring efforts, or tell the world they will be laying off employees. Well, we've made it a bit easier to stay on top of those stories that could impact your career.

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Before you start your new job, you have to take care of business at your current one. Depending on your relationship with your employer, this can be a difficult conversation. But, it doesn't have to be.

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Impostor syndrome can plague anyone at any point in their career. Those feelings of self-doubt and internalized fear about being exposed as a fraud are not easy to push aside at work. Executives can be the biggest victims of impostor syndrome, not feeling like they have the adequate skills, experience, talents, or accomplishments to succeed on the job.

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Every week, new companies announce their hiring efforts, or tell the world they will be laying off employees. Well, we've made it a bit easier to stay on top of those stories that could impact your career.

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Landing a management job is a big deal. You're moving up in your career and getting recognized for all of your hard work and accomplishments. But it takes more to be a good manager than just experience and an impressive resume.

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So, you've been moving up in your career for a while now. And congrats! You land your first job in the c-suite. But, how can you succeed in this new role—a role completely different from any other role you've ever had before?

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