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Here Are The Top 5 Reasons You Need To Know To Encourage Female Mentors

Do you feel that mentoring is crucial to career success? I do. My career has been enhanced and advanced thanks to the mentoring I received. Developing new knowledge, skills, and attitudes is easier when a mentor shows you the way. However, although my mentors were phenomenal in so many ways, I also felt a disconnect-all of my mentors were men. I was mentored from a male perspective of playing by the rules. And while these men embraced workplace parity and wanted to see their employees thrive, I lacked the opportunity to learn from, and be mentored by women who had achieved success in their careers by changing the rules.
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This Is How To Be More Aware Of The Superior Value Of Neurodiversity In The Workplace

Expert Insights From Neuroscience:

A diverse workplace is one that honors all that we bring to it as people. Click To Tweet It sees difference as a source of strength and heterogeneity as a value rather than a challenge to be overcome, and is amongst the most progressive recruitment strategies. Continue reading

This Is What Happens When Recruiters Make Inclusion Mistakes (And How To Avoid It)

One of the challenges of being an introvert is that practices of professional recruiters can feel oriented to more extroverted ways. Here are some strategies for being inclusive of both introverts and extroverts during the employee hiring process for the best outcomes for both the organization and applicant.

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This Is The Best Advice On How To Make You A Better CEO: Chief EXECUTION Officer

We are in an exciting time of disruptive change. Now, more than ever before, human resources professionals lead the way with a need for exceptional service within organizations and fulfilling important roles that benefit everyone. As business leaders and recruitment strategies decision makers, we know we don’t have time to do everything; we only have time to do what matters.

What matters most to your organization? What actually matters to your employees?

To continue offering exceptional support to our business, serving our organization and focusing on strategy, we need a constant mindset of execution.  It’s easy to be busy; busy is not productive. We can no longer abide by the rules of “time management”. The old way of managing time doesn’t work. We must begin paying attention to what matters most. Continue reading