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Executive Leadership

Executive leadership is the ability of those who manage employees within an organization to influence and guide individuals to get their best performance. The content featured in this category provides valuable insights for executive leaders on how they can manage their teams better and meet organizational goals.


Reprogramming the Gender Balance

Women are pivotal to technological innovation and entrepreneurial growth, however, not many are pursuing careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fields. Currently, nearly 60 percent of the American workforce is women. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of women are working in the technology field. Lucidworks recently released an infographic that offers a snapshot of the gender gap and how it compares to the rest of the workforce.


5 Facts No One Tells You About Hiring Millennials

Here’s a brief definition of my generation, millennials: millennial (mil-len-ee-uh l) n. 1 also known as the Millennial Generation or Generation Y. 2 the demographic cohort following Generation X. 3 birth years ranging from the early 1980s to the early 2000s. Even in the workplace, you shouldn’t generalize millennials. We’re the largest generation in the...


What's Your Take?

According to a recent report from Tetyana Pudrovska, assistant professor of sociology at the University of Texas-Austin, and Amelia Karraker, assistant professor in human development and family studies at Iowa State University, women in leadership positions are more prone to depression than men. It seems the ability to hire, fire and influence pay is more...


3 Weird But Effective Tips for Marketing to Millennials

Ah, millennials. In the past two years, the millennial generation — heck, even the word “millennial” — has become something of a buzzword, a pop culture phenomenon. However, don’t be fooled into thinking targeting this affluent, influential generation is a cliché. Marketing to millennials can undeniably increase your company’s sales revenue. Consider that millennials have an annual direct spending power estimated at $200 billion.

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