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When it comes to leadership, words matter. For instance, in speaking to your teams, if you ask them to “meet” a goal, you’re merely asking them to hit a milestone. But if you ask them to “accomplish” a goal, you’re giving them the chance to do...

You've likely started to see a shift in headlines. No longer focused on what we have been through, the new emphasis is on what’s to come. Though it’s impossible to predict the future, it certainly seems reasonable that the forecast could be correct: a mass...

When people look at enough resumes, they get awfully tired of seeing the same old things. For example, the phrase “Was responsible for…” You need to sell yourself on your resume, and to do that you need to sell your wins. We’ve all grown so used...

Much of what you become in life depends on whom you choose to admire and copy. This, in the words of the great investor Warren Buffet. What do all successful leaders have in common? Buffett credits his own mentor, Tom Murphy, with handing down several lessons...

One major shift that’s happened over the last year in hiring — more and more people are looking for jobs without leaving the home. That means spending a lot of time online weeding out potential employers and roles, sometimes before even applying for a job....

In the business world, we all talk about offering customers an elevated experience, but don't forget to treat potential employees like customers too. When you’re hiring, you’re essentially trying to please a prospective customer whose “purchasing decision” is whether they’ll come work for you or not....