How to Rebrand Yourself as Creative When You’re Not Perceived That Way

Harvard Business Review

Yet, for many of us, despite our best efforts to be recognized as creative thinkers, our suggestions in meetings are ignored and our pitches to bosses get rebuffed. If your colleagues have already formed an opinion of you as technically competent but a little staid, it’s going to take a lot to change their minds and get them to listen — a situation that’s especially true for women, who, research suggests , are often unfairly viewed as less creative than men.

2018 Workforce Forecast | Herman Group

Chart Your Course

This Herman Trend Alert is intended to provide employers with insights about what to expect in the coming years, so that they may position themselves for success. 2018 is going to be a challenging year for employers looking to hire the talent they need.

Are We Experiencing A Technology Tsunami?

Rich Gee Group

Over the past 25 to 30 years, technology has been zipping along the mainframe to desktop route and the entire tech institution has been riding along with it (and profiting greatly from it). I use my iPhone and look forward to the iPad2. How is technology changing for you?

Why More Executives Should Consider Becoming a CHRO

Harvard Business Review

If you’re a business leader looking for an opportunity to have real impact on your company — and position yourself for the top job — which career path is best? That the CHRO role, although at first it may look career limiting, can have more impact than any other position reporting to the CEO? Lucia Luce Quinn is Chief People Officer at Forrester Research. If I weren’t the CEO now, I’d probably want to be the CHRO.”

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