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Terry Hildebrandt and Associates, LLC
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Here are some great tips for job seekers from Fast Company magazine…
“Employers are interested in skills and the results someone can generate, rather than titles or previous employment,” she says. “Focusing on skills provides a fuller understanding of the candidate’s experience and capabilities, and opens up more opportunities.” … “Summarize your skillset that is relevant to the role and rate your proficiency.”

https://www.fastcompany.com/40512551/4-reasons-why-resumes-no-longer-work
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These are interesting projections on where the jobs will be over the next eight years. Healthcare seems to be the winner, while manufacturing continues to decline.
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My chapter titled “Spiral Dynamics Integral and LGBT Workplace Equality: An Integral Approach to Diversity Management” was just publish in the Handbook of Personal and Organizational Transformation with Springer International Publishing. See https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29587-9_71-1
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I will be speaking at the 2018 MEECO Leadership Development Conference for executive coaches and business leaders..#2018MEECOconf
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This is a great list of core skills for success for new college graduates moving into the workforce. These include: digital awareness, agency, learning, transfer learning, humility. The article is worth a read.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2016/04/18/here-are-the-five-critical-skills-every-new-college-graduate-should-have/?utm_term=.58eaf7c1e18f

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This is a nice short article on how an organization can implement a culture of innovation by systematically involving more employees at all levels and backgrounds in coming up with new ideas to improve performance in products, solutions, and processes.
https://hbr.org/2017/10/data-from-3-5-million-employees-shows-how-innovation-really-works

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This is useful research on effectively using sales bonuses. The authors “found that the conditional bonuses were, on average, more than twice as effective as the unconditional bonuses. In fact, such conditional compensation resulted in a sales increase of approximately 24%.”
https://hbr.org/2017/09/whats-the-right-kind-of-bonus-to-motivate-your-sales-force
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