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Switching Industries No Longer Means Starting Over

Not so long ago, professional success meant decades of dedication to a single company, culminating with the ultimate symbol of a distinguished career – a gold watch. Today, it has become common for people to switch jobs more frequently over the course of their career. In fact, on average, people change companies approximately every five years. As changing companies is common among today’s professionals, shifting careers from one industry to … [Read More...]

Real-Time Engagement Etiquette – Avoid Social-Media Mishaps

Sometimes the safest way to avoid a misstep is to remain silent. … [Read More...]

Is Job Hopping Losing Its Bad Rap? (Infographic)

Changing jobs every couple of years is the new norm and it might even benefit your career. Just ask a millennial. … [Read More...]

The Failing ‘A’ for Why Your Business Is Struggling

Resolving the 'ask deficit' is easier than you think: You just have to muster up the courage. … [Read More...]

6 Traits of Exceptional Military Leaders That Apply in the Business World

A CEO of a frozen yogurt company describes how his experience in the military shared his leadership style. … [Read More...]

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