Don't Put Your Employees in a Box

Don't Put Your Employees in a Box

How will you know what a potential candidate could've become if you let a piece of paper decide they weren't good enough? This blog post makes a case for the twinkling, flickering stars — the ones who seem not to have found their niche just yet — in favor of the standard, reliable worker bee type or the shiny resume with the Harvard logo on it. 

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You Will Be Underestimated During the Course of Your Career

You Will Be Underestimated During the Course of Your Career

You will be underestimated at some point in your professional life. It happens to even the most qualified individuals - and there are many forms of underestimation. Determining the origin of the problem comes down to evaluating whether or not you've put your best foot forward, or if it's them (not you). There are ways to course-correct: read on to see how to handle underestimation at work. 

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