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Are you clear about what it takes to be successful in your job? Have you figured out how those requirements match with what’s satisfying for you? Few people take the time to sort out these fundamental questions. Some ignore the questions because

Unfortunately, many people don’t have a plan or chase someone else’s path to success that isn’t their own. As a result, they flounder when they could be flourishing. Here’s what you can do to get focused and be successful on

As the waves of Baby Boomers hit the shores of retirement, businesses and government agencies across the United States face huge talent shortages. While the Baby Boomer generation has 76 million members, Generation X following it numbers only 50

What are you doing to develop talent in your organization? Studies indicate that fewer than half of American businesses have formal programs to identify and develop needed future talent. Reviewing how your human capital is appreciating it as

There’s a simple yet powerful formula for getting what you want. It’s called I.O.R.C. – Intention, Observation, Request, and Confirmation. Decide what you want to ask of someone and follow these steps. I’ve included an example of

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