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The Employee Engagement Wholehearted Dialogue: Denise Bissonnette and David Zinger

David Zinger

But in the same way you mentioned that education has turned us from question marks into periods, I believe that the culture has taught us to value conformity over authenticity. None of us want to be frauds, and I think the price we pay when we stay in a role or a situation where we’re not really bringing our true self is paid not just by us but by everyone around us. [21:29] Dialogue with Denise Bissonnette on Wholehearted Engagement.

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How to manage a college education | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

While I do not doubt the power of a college degree for certain career paths, for me, spending a weekend with mega-investors, or internet marketers or whoever for less than the price of 1 college class can be indispensable. My father's foresightedness has made it possible for me to be price-neutral in the college decision. I can't say what the choice looks like for others looking to pay full price. Is this your first time here?

2010 78

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coworkers can't see past my Russian accent — Ask a Manager

Ask A Manager

Let’s not encourage people to go to extremes to assimilate – let’s try and encourage them to embrace their uniqueness while settling into a new culture – I agreed with you until you made that point. How much do you know about their culture?

2011 71

bad recruiter behavior: deceptive sales tactics

Ask A Manager

On the bright side, at least they weren’t contacting you from Bangalore with a job candidate in Boston, for your position in DC?! About Me Contact Books Reviews Ask a Manager bad recruiter behavior: deceptive sales tactics February 9, 2011 There are loads of good recruiters out there.

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