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    Saturday, February 18, 2017

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    Career Advice

    Do you believe?

    Benjamin Franklin was one of the founding fathers of the United States, and was widely recognised as an expert across several different subjects. He’s my hero, not least of all, because to his mind, the impossible was nothing more than a possibility that had simply been forgotten.

    Be A Leader

    Managing different generations at work

    Justin is a mid-level, corporate associate with a high six-figure book of business. His entrepreneurial spirit and his family’s prominence within the business community have largely contributed to his success and his ability to introduce new clients to his law firm. Justin’s early achievements have also fuelled a strong sense of self.

    Career & Industry

    Juggling generations in management

    If there weren’t already enough challenges facing business leaders today, they have the bonus of cultivating strategic means to lead a workforce comprising of four distinct generations equipped with their respective strengths and unique challenges.

    A Day in the Life

    The 9-to-5 job is dying

    Freelancing, gigging and contract work are no longer new concepts in today’s workforce. Changes in the workforce have resulted in an increase in people setting out to pursue their careers through freelancing and “gigging”.

    Be A Leader

    Winning over the next generation workforce

    With ample stereotypical statements thrown at both millennials and employers, how can we make our workplace a hub of productivity when there is a jarring generation gap?

    9 Qualities that make boss memorable

    If you’re like me, you remember all your bosses. A couple were awful. Most were fairly good. But only one of mine was, in the best possible way, truly unforgettable.

    Career & Industry

    Everything you ‘know’ about millennials is wrong

    As every new generation enters the workforce, it’s amazing how quickly they’re mislabeled with “attributes” that are common to young people. These labels tend to stick, and they become increasingly inaccurate as the generation ages (assuming they were even accurate to begin with).