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04 Aug 2017
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5 Tips To Launching An Effective Learning Management & Employee Development Program [65391]
Business 2 Community, August 4th, 2017

"Are you considering implementing a formalized employee development program? It is an investment that's likely to pay off. Organizations with a career development program in place enjoy up to 250 percent higher productivity.

And the benefits don't stop there. Reduced turnover, higher employee engagement levels, increased innovation and improved risk management are some of the additional benefits companies realize when they implement a formal training and career development program. Training also serves as a recruiting tool - you're more likely to attract and keep good employees if you offer them development opportunities..."
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04 Aug 2017
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Cybersecurity Headhunter Shares 10 Secrets From Black Hat 2017 [65400]
CSO Online, August 4th, 2017

"A security industry job recruiter goes undercover at the Black Hat 2017 Conference, and lives to tell about it. Here are 10 things he learned...

Recruiting cybersecurity talent has never been more difficult. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts there will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2021, and the unemployment rate is holding steady at zero percent.

An unrelenting cybercrime epidemic has employers searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack when it comes to hiring experienced cybersecurity candidates.

Thousands of security-minded professionals gathered under one roof at the popular Black Hat USA 2017 Conference last week in Las Vegas. Recruiters from executive search firms, large organizations, and technology vendors were busy networking with the hacker crowd..."
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02 Aug 2017
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5 Ways To Tell Your Boss No Without Actually Saying No [65357]
Fast Company, August 2nd, 2017

"Of course you want to look like a team player, but saying 'yes' all the time can give you a reputation as a doormat...

Managers often ask us to do things we don't want to: work late, work on a weekend, attend a conference the same weekend we have concert tickets, help a difficult colleague finish a project. While it's important to be a team player, it's equally important to stay happy at work.

In fact, it might even be good for your career to occasionally say no, says Suz O'Donnell, founder and CEO of Thrivatize LLC..."
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01 Aug 2017
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Top 12 Interesting Careers To Explore In Big Data [65337]
insideBIGDATA, August 1st, 2017

"Our friends over at Simplilearn provided us the infographic below which explores the top 12 interesting careers in big data. Big data is no longer a buzzword for our future capabilities, but is already being used by businesses in a range of industries. From data driven strategies to decision making, the true worth of big data has been realized, and has led to opening up of amazing career choices. Power to the data!..."
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01 Aug 2017
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10 Ridiculously Smart Questions You Should Ask In A Job Interview [65339]
The Ladders, August 1st, 2017

"In a crowded job market, the last thing you want to be is forgettable.

Yet people do it every day with this one mistake: not asking any questions in a job interview.

The mistake is understandable. You've been so busy preparing to answer questions, that you're forgetting to show the curiosity that lets interviewers see what you really want to know. After all, even if every single one of your responses are flawless and on point, by not asking a question or two of your interviewer you run the risk of coming across as generic.

On the other hand, you don't want to ask terrible questions. That's even worse..."
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31 Jul 2017
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Four Times You Shouldnt Apologize (Including When It's Your Fault) [65321]
Fast Company, July 31st, 2017

"It's no wonder people are always apologizing. 'Sorry' is one of the first words we learn as young children, and it keeps getting hammered into us as adults. These days, leaders are coached to be sensitive, empathetic, and concerned with others' feelings-all worthy, important attributes that a great boss (or anyone with a shred of emotional intelligence) needs to possess. So with the best of intentions we go out of our way to be nice and collegial-and wind up overdoing the mea culpas..."
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