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    Anya Kamenetz: The Biggest Challenge Facing Parents Is Technology

    I spoke to Anya Kamenetz, author of The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life, about why she wrote the book, what parents can do to create a happy place for their children, the most interesting findings from her research, how a child’s technology use impacts their life …

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    Shawn Achor: Whey We Should Take Others On Our Journey To Success

    I spoke to Shawn Achor, author of Big Potential: How Transforming the Pursuit of Success Raises Our Achievement, Happiness, and Well-Being, about why he wrote the book, the connection between his last book and this one, how our potential is influenced by who we surround ourselves with, how to unlock your true potential, how different …

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    Todd Henry: How To Be The Leader That Creates Need

    I spoke to Todd Henry, author of Herding Tigers: Be the Leader That Creative People Need, about why creatives need a different kind of leader, how creatives can take on leadership roles, ways to manage creative differences, some of the interviews he did for the book and his best career advice.

    Henry teaches leaders and …

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    Lou Adler: What Prevents Companies From Hiring The Best Talent

    I spoke to Lou Adler, the CEO and founder of Performance-based Hiring Learning Systems – a consulting and training firm helping companies around the world improve quality of hire. In our conversation, Lou talks about what prevents companies from hiring the best talent, the factors that predict a quality hire, why you should never apply …

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    Ask Yourself These 10 Questions Before Jumping On a Job Offer

    When you’ve sent out dozens of resumes and interviewed almost as many times, finally receiving a job offer feels like the ultimate reward. But just because someone offers you a job doesn’t necessarily mean that you should take it.

    An interview not only helps your potential employer get to know you, it’s also an opportunity …

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    How to Choose Between Two Outstanding Candidates

    The need to choose between two outstanding candidates is an interesting and a desirable dilemma for employers. However, as an employer, you need to act fast and decide which one to hire. If you don’t know how to decide between the two, below you can find some ideas.

    Try to Find Out Who is More…
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    George Anders: The Value In Hiring Liberal Arts Majors

    I spoke to George Anders, who is the author of You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education, about why companies haven’t been hiring liberal arts majors, what the future holds for these majors, how they can compete with other majors, the qualities that they have that make them valuable …

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    Why You Need to Think Like an Interviewer

    To start with, I must make an important disclaimer. I am not a psychologist but a career coach. I don’t find it surprising that there is much in common between the two professions, and I have lots of stories to prove it. If you happen to be in transition, you may want to understand the …

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    6 Tips for Better Communication During Your Next Job Interview

    Going to a job interview can be a stressful and intimidating experience. When you’re trying to present the best image possible to your new potential employer, you may be nervous about the impression you’re making. If you’re feeling stressed, it may prevent you from accurately explaining your passions, experience and interest in the job.

    Communication …

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    Strategic Insight Into Acing a Sales Interview

    Running a recruitment company, I’m often asked by business development professionals as to my thoughts on interviewing for a sales, sales management or account management job.

    Frequently, I get three of the same inquiries and feel that it would be helpful to address these points and provide some crucial insight into how to approach the …

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