From College to Career: Tips From A Soon-To-Be Senior

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As a student who will be a college senior in the Fall, I am receiving a steady stream of people asking me what my plans are post-graduation, you know… that thing happening eleven months from now? Truthfully, I’m just not sure what to tell them without sounding unsure or too vague. The question is a major point of stress for …

Attracting and Retaining Millennials and Gen Z

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By Katie Hulce With Millennials taking over the workforce and Gen Z aka “Zoomers” hot on their tail, it’s critical for all companies to focus their attention on drawing this crowd to their workplace. There are several differences between these generations. Millennials were born between 1981 and 1996, making most of them established adults. Quite a few Millennials were young …

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in the Workplace: Where Do I Even Start?

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As leaders within your workplace, it’s hard not to hear about DEI initiatives on a daily basis. You’re probably asking yourself, “What value would diversity, equity and inclusion bring to my company?”   It’s a great question. Many assume that in order to be considered a DEI-friendly company, you need to hire and promote individuals of a different race, gender, religion, etc. While …

Struggling to close the deal when hiring? Give Experiential Hiring a try!

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This year marks my 25th year in Executive Search. It is still mind-blowing to me the number of changes that have taken place as it relates to finding, hiring and retaining top performers. During my tenure to date, we went from looking up companies at the library with the Thomas Register and ordering Yellow Pages from every city we worked …

Ruth Bader Ginsburg – A Voice At The Table

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s recent passing sent off a plethora of highest regard for the legacy she left behind for getting women a voice at the table. Ruth was a sincere and devote champion for all women and stood firm in her convictions. So, I have dug into what made RBG such a trailblazer for women. And if you read her …

Do Not “Zoom” In On That!

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As we all know, the onset of COVID-19 has created a whole new “World of Work” with workers quickly moving to remote workspaces and video chat as our main method of communication. Without fair warning, we have all had to pivot pretty quickly to this new norm. Seemingly overnight we went from a schedule full of outside meetings to lockdown …

Overcoming The Fear Of Living A Magnanimous Life

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So, what does it really mean to live a magnanimous life?  If you look up the definition of the word magnanimous, it means bountiful and plentiful.  It also means kind.  So, by definition, it is the art of seeking a life that is bountiful, plentiful and kind.  Being truthful, isn’t this what we all search for? But living life this …