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Workforce Development News – Oct. 20, 2014
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MoSTEMWINs will train Missourians for jobs in transportation, manufacturing, information technology, health services/health sciences, and science support using a $19.7 million U.S. Department of Labor Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant.
“The more successful an organization, the more likely it will continue to do what has made it successful in the past and resist breakthrough innovations. Leaders can try to make corporate cultures more receptive to innovation.”
“For people with masters and even doctoral degrees, long-term unemployment is especially insidious. At best, these formerly high-earning professionals face the prospect of a years-long climb back to their former level of income and stature, while they delay retirement to rebuild their decimated nest eggs.”
“Drucker declared that increasing the productivity of knowledge workers was ‘the most important contribution management needs to make in the 21st century.’ Judging from the way most of our institutions are run, we are still struggling to catch up with the reality Drucker foresaw. So how should managers alter their approaches to fit the times?”
“Today’s most-successful leaders didn’t get that way by accident. They learned and applied the habits of great leadership. You can too.”
“Evidence suggests that it’s your major, not your college, that makes the biggest difference – at least when it comes to whether you find a job, how much money you make, and maybe even how happy you are in the office.”
“Generative companies are designing their business practices, their relationships, and their business models so that the work they do to grow their own businesses helps their stakeholders grow too. Generative practices invite businesses to take a ‘pay it forward’ posture and become generous citizens of their networks.”
“Sending a thank-you note involves more than just shooting off a quick email. Follow these steps to craft one that shows how professional and memorable you are.”
“A definitive collection of monumentally silly things allegedly said by real-life bosses.”
“Traditional time-lapses are constrained by the idea that there is a single universal clock. In this layer-lapse, different parts of the scenes move through time at different rates and times of day to create a gorgeous effect.” (Vimeo 2:38).
“If you’re presenting yourself with confidence, you can pull off pretty much anything.” – Katy Perry