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Like so many leaders in organizations, I face leadership dilemmas every day. What comes first in this crisis—preservation of life or economics? It's like the proverbial chicken and the egg story.

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I recall the day I was given the opportunity to manage colleagues and prepare a departmental (Communications) budget. I started with the mandatory items—required software, expected travel costs, advertising, newswire, etc. Then came the nice-to-haves but, for me, professional development wasn't desired; it was required. Why?

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Hey Work It Daily Members, welcome to June!

This is Work It Daily's Weekly Update, a collection of useful information to help kickoff your week.

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Need some podcast recommendations? Check out our episode picks of the week!

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Getting a good workout in before or after work is easy with an EMOM workout!

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Woo-hoo! You got a job offer. Way to go! But before you accept the new job, we recommend taking a few minutes to really evaluate the position and how well it meets your needs.

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Summer is in the air and all you want to do is sprawl yourself out on a beach chair, slurp a fruity, refreshing beverage, and soak up some rays. Your career is the LAST thing on your mind.

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For college students, internships are the gateway to an amazing career. Internships are the perfect opportunities for young professionals to acquire and develop skills, network, and prove themselves as hard workers.

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The interview is one component of the job search process that most people love to hate. While it serves as a sign from the employer that you are being strongly considered for a position, it also can be a source of angst for candidates who fear they'll make mistakes that will cut them out of the running.

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There is always debate about the nature of economic recovery and the shape of the growth path. What is already very clear is that there is little chance of returning to the way we were and there are many reasons for that. This means that all organisations will need to become new companies and rethink how they act.

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