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How to Avoid Dreaded “Career Drift”

By Greg Simpson on December 6, 2012

Have you found yourself coasting in your career, with an aimless indifference that’s taken you from one position to another without much thought as to where you’re headed? Many people will admit that a career is something that happens to them more than a process that they planned.

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Job Search Strategy: Advantages of Taking a Temporary Position

By James Greenway on September 30, 2012

With unemployment figures inching down at a snail’s pace, many job seekers are considering the benefits of a short- or long-term temporary position. And with good reason. Not only does it fill gaps on your resume, it keeps you connected and it could also be the entry into your next full-time position.

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Is Personal Resilience Part of Your DNA?

By James Greenway on August 16, 2012

What does it mean to have “personal resilience” in today’s workplace? It’s the capacity for an individual to remain both flexible and strong in the midst of ambiguity and change. Personal resilience ensures you are able to cope effectively with uncertainty, persevere through periods of elevated stress, absorb high levels of change, adapt to disruptions and still remain effective and productive.

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How Failure to Address Culture Undermines an Integration

By Kristen Leverone on May 14, 2012

During a merger, unaddressed differences in the two companies’ cultures and values can bring business to a halt. It’s critical to identify how the merger will impact the culture – and who among your leaders demonstrates the behaviors and competencies that support the new culture.

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