Demographics Don’t Decode Groups. Valuegraphics Do.

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How much marketing strategy, leadership methodology, and human capital strategy is based on demographic data? Most? All? It’s quite common to hear how millennials have different character traits than Gen X, or how age determines how we think, but it’s … Continued

What’s up with know-it-all leaders?

Know-It-All Leaders depicted by a scary military statue

Did I hear that right? The President of a company making a big play for nationwide retail actually told a potential executive “we don’t really need you — hiring you into our team will simply speed things up for us.” … Continued

Entry Level Job Requires Experience? No problem.

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It’s the biggest question when a college student graduates — how do I get a job? Little do they know they are about to experience one of the frustrating catch-22 experience in their life: An entry-level job that requires experience. … Continued

Why Social Badges Determine Your Worth

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It really shouldn’t, but to the overwhelming majority, your school determines your worth. Harvard? Princeton? Yale? Any other Ivy League Schools? The thinking is you’re a genius. Western Nevada College, however? You’re average. But where does this value actually come … Continued

Avoiding Remote Worker Pitfalls

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Allowing employees to work remotely can be a huge benefit to their personal lives and is an active way to demonstrate trust and show you value their contribution. However, person-to-person collaboration is still very much a vital part of business … Continued

Did A Person See Your Resume? Maybe Not.

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Simply getting an interview can be remarkably difficult, even if you’re a clear fit for the job. After numerous applications and time wasted, you’ve likely asked yourself “why can’t I get an interview?” Unexpectedly, it may be because your resume … Continued

Why Employees Lie

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More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies at work, but rather than being truthful about the severity of the condition to get off work, they lie. Their mistrust of leadership creates a cycle of deception and it the root … Continued

The Case For Paper Note-Taking

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In this electronic age, paper note-taking for meetings and classes reigns supreme and Texas schools have taken a major step by making cursive writing mandatory for 2nd-grade students going into 3rd grade. Dr. W.R. (Bill) Klemm, Senior Professor of Neuroscience at Texas … Continued

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