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The President’s Management Agenda Turns One

There may not be cake and balloons, but progress is worthy of celebration.

The High Cost of Undervaluing Older Talent

Older workers are far more influential than their younger colleagues.

If You Really Want an Open Dialog, Then Act Like It

It isn’t about pushing your ideas on others, it’s about drawing theirs out.

Are You Working With People or Through People?

When you don’t have total control, you have to have influence.

Two Questions to Ask Yourself When Interviewing Job Candidates

Most hiring managers look for people like themselves, which inevitably limits the opportunity for innovation and growth.

What Is The Best Way To Prepare For a Valuable Employee’s Retirement?

People are a business’s greatest asset, and the most experienced people are often the most valuable sources of insight.

These Are The Skills To Learn For The Future Of Work, According To The World Economic Forum

The list of growing and declining skills suggests how to stay relevant in the new economy.

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How to Cut Government Spending Without a Hiring Freeze

President Trump has instructed his Cabinet secretaries to cut their budgets by 5 percent next year.

The Problem With Being Perfect

A trait that’s often seen as good can actually be destructive. Here’s how to combat it.