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Workforce Development News – Aug. 25, 2014
A weekly collection of interesting, insightful, and innovative articles on workforce development, employment and training, business performance improvement, leadership, higher education, and the economy.
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“The most important factor that distinguishes them from their peers: They take responsibility for their engagement.”
“The people you work with and the culture you work around will affect your behavior, for better or worse. Here are five of the most common, most concerning reasons that good judgment among teams can falter.”
“After we prioritize, we act as though everything merits our time and attention, and we’ll get to the less-important items ‘later.’ But later never really arrives. The key is recognizing that prioritization is necessary but insufficient. The critical next step is triage.”
“You don’t have to be born with an incredible power of persuasion. Here’s how you can develop that vital skill.”
“Demand for workers with science, technology, engineering and math skills is uneven.”
“There are four categories of factors that contribute to the STEM women recruiting problem. They are 1) the weak supply; 2) the perceived barriers that restrict them from applying for jobs; 3) the negative male culture that frustrates and discourages women; and 4) the biases against women embedded in most corporate hiring and promotion processes.”
Part 1: http://www.ere.net/2014/08/11/revealing-the-factors-that-restrict-the-recruiting-of-stem-women-part-1-of-2/
Part 2: http://www.ere.net/2014/08/18/revealing-the-factors-that-restrict-the-recruiting-of-stem-women-part-2-of-2/
“Automation may be destroying jobs faster than it’s creating new ones, but are people already losing out to tech in the workplace?”
“Stand out from other candidates by mastering active listening.”
“It comes down to being thoughtful and strategic. When communicating from a seated position, success depends on your relationship with the audience and how well you can engage them. Shift your focus by asking yourself these five questions:”
“Are you a lurker on LinkedIn? Eighty percent of us are. Read on for some cool LinkedIn hacks.”
“The science and psychology of a must-click headline.”
“There aren’t many clear-cut laws about what employees can say online and how employers should react, but these guidelines can help keep both employees and executives happy.”
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.