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The Talent Relationship Marketing Platform built to attract, identify, and build relationships with the right talent at the right time.
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3 hours ago by zeest
The Show Your Work Method
Showing your work takes a little extra time upfront but unlocks more time in the long-run. Instead of waiting for someone else to do the hard work of strategy and execution with your proverbial dick in hand, you’re building a case for what you believe is the best course of action and moving the company toward it.
Career  career-promotions 
3 hours ago by eaconley
Picture a Leader. Is She a Woman? - The New York Times
Picture a Leader. Is She a Woman?
Research shows how most people will draw a man, how even women who speak up with great ideas aren’t seen as leaders, and the impact of backlash effect.
feminism  Reference  Leadership  sexism  Career  Article  research  Psychology 
9 hours ago by rasagy
WorkLife with Adam Grant: When work takes over your life | TED Talk
“Downtime for the human operating system is not a bug, it’s a feature.”
When work takes over your life: Where Adam Grant talks to Nancy Rothbard & Arianna Huffington about work <> life balance, burnout & why engaged workaholics also need to disconnect from work.
work-culture  Life  productivity  Career  Psychology  podcast  MustRead  Awesome 
11 hours ago by rasagy
Building a UX Team – Medium
Good thoughts on design in context of an organization.
Design  Inspiration  Reference  Career  team  UX  Article  advice  work-culture 
11 hours ago by rasagy
What do you want to learn?
The author goes from Gary Shandling, to George Carlin, to Picasso.

So if you do anything and become celebrated for it, people will send you more of that. And for the rest of your life, quite possibly, you will have that characteristic, people will continue to ask you for what you have already done and succeeded at. This is the way to professional accomplishment–you have to demonstrate that you know something unique that you can repeat over and over and over until ultimately you lose interest in it. The consequence of specialization and success is that it hurts you. It hurts you because it basically doesn’t aid in your development.

The truth of the matter is that understanding development comes from failure.
career  learning  creativity  comedy  craftsmanship 
20 hours ago by jefframnani

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