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You’re Probably Asking the Wrong People For Career Advice | Hunter Walk
Here’s what I believe: when considering a specific career path decision or evaluating an offer with a particular company, I’ve found people tend to concentrate mostly on the opinions and inputs of two groups: their friends in similar jobs and the most “successful” people they know within the industry. Seems like a reasonable strategy, right? Depends.

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Ok, so who do advice seekers usually *undervalue*? (A) People who know you very deeply regardless of expertise in your specific professional work and (B) individuals who have direct experience with the company, role and people you’re considering.
techtariat  career  advice  communication  strategy  working-stiff  tech  judgement  decision-making  theory-of-mind  expert-experience  track-record  arbitrage  cost-benefit  contrarianism  rhetoric 
yesterday by nhaliday
Operations and Internal Communication Strategies For Effective CEOs
Communicating with vision and purpose. Pretty good list of principles for communicating in any leadership role, really.
communication  leadership  management  strategy 
yesterday by dogrover

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