Last Updated July 7, 2023

Recently, I had the privilege of conducting a workshop for a group of summer interns here in Houston, centered around the topic of “Growing Your Personal Brand to Expand Your Network.” Throughout my time working with this diverse group, I was pleasantly surprised to witness firsthand how they shattered the negative stereotypes often portrayed about

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Last Updated May 12, 2023

If you’ve ever felt a pang of unease at the prospect of receiving feedback, you’re not alone.  Today, we’re discussing the sometimes-intimidating world of feedback, a critical component of personal and professional development. Feedback is a topic that can stir up apprehension and defensiveness, but it’s also an area that, when followed, has the potential for

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Last Updated February 17, 2023

Are we witnessing the collapse of employee engagement in the workplace? Ok, I admit it sounds a little dramatic. But there is no denying the fact that today’s employees are struggling to make a deep, lasting connection with their employers. Some even go so far as to view their “career” as a “job” and vow to

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Last Updated January 10, 2023

As we step into a new year, it’s natural to look ahead and try to predict what the future holds. In the world of work, there are always new trends and developments emerging that can have a big impact on how we do our jobs and how organizations operate. It doesn’t take a crystal ball to

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Last Updated November 17, 2022

While people around the world are returning to their lives, returning to the movie theaters, restaurants, conferences, and travel, they are not excited about going back to the office, especially Gen Z. That’s right, Gen Z employees don’t want to return to the office.

So what is the future of remote work for Gen Z? This post gives 7 ways Gen Z can benefit from returning to the office.

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Last Updated October 18, 2022

As many in the workforce report feeling stressed, overworked, and burnt out,
some employees want to limit their workloads, doing only what is required and nothing more. This behavior, labeled “Quiet Quitting,” is the new title for doing the bare minimum at work. People engaged in Quiet Quitting are not actually quitting their jobs, but they are leaving the idea of going above and beyond what’s required in the job description.

Quiet Quitting resonates strongly with Gen Z and Millennial knowledge workers fighting to rewrite workplace rules.

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