By Heather Hartnett April 08, 2022 Research shows that 76% of organizations with more than 100 employees rely on assessment tools such as aptitude and personality tests for external hiring, and that figure is expected to increase in the coming years. Employers may reach for personality tests for a variety of reasons. For some, … Continue reading 3 personality tests and how you can use them in the workplace
By Jennifer Kraszewski February 22, 2022 When I was seven years old, I decided that I wanted to raise chickens. For some, this might be a little odd. Even in my small Oklahoma town, a young girl managing chickens isn’t an everyday sight. But I was committed. Thankfully, my beloved grandad was all … Continue reading These 5 factors will make you more promotable
Liz Kislik January 8, 2022 Last week, three women from different organizations described the same kind of confusing, uncomfortable situation to me. I suspect this kind of problem comes up pretty frequently, and not just for women — but that it can feel so embarrassing that many people hide it and stress over it … Continue reading How to Manage Yourself When a Colleague Upsets You with Bullying Remarks
Personal Disappointment: Brands Are Only Somewhat Good At Personalization by Ray Schultz , Columnist, December 30, 2021 Personalization works better in email than it does in any other channel. But brands seems far from satisfied with their overall results, judging by Personalization In Digital Marketing, a new study by Ascend2. Only 21% see themselves as … Continue reading Personal Disappointment: Brands Are Only Somewhat Good At Personalization
Janet Fouts December 13, 2021 Each of us has our own unique values, purpose, and desired direction, but often exactly what they are can be elusive. That’s why it’s useful to have a personal mission statement—something which gives us clarity about how we want to live our lives and ultimately achieve personal fulfillment and well-being. … Continue reading Defining Your Personal Mission Statement
How Shoppers Pick Personal Growth Programs by Rebecca Brooks , Columnist, October 22, 2021 Since 2020 began, we’ve all been forced to adapt. We were curious to see how shoppers were adapting to new realities, specifically as many sought new avenues to self-improvement. A nationwide survey into shopper behavior included questions about self-improvement subscriptions among … Continue reading How Shoppers Pick Personal Growth Programs
Achim Nowak August 31, 2021 Part 1 Dawn Denvir was the Head of Organizational Learning and Development at UNICEF. Her comment taps into a powerful conundrum. Really, why would anyone resent genuine expertise? Expertise is a potent source of personal power. When deployed with a clear-eyed understanding of social context, it has the potential to … Continue reading The Hidden Language of Personal Power, Part 2
Bob Hutchins August 24, 2021 Bias has a well-documented effect on reasoning. Bias can affect the processing of information and lead to beliefs that are incongruent with evidence and rational consideration. Bias is therefore expected to influence an individual’s susceptibility to misinformation online. For instance, if you absolutely (the bias) believe the earth is flat … Continue reading Does Personal Bias Make People Vulnerable to Misinformation on Social Media Platforms?
Desiree Johnson July 19, 2021 With so many brands vying for people’s attention, it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd. Adding a personalized URL to your website is one of the easiest ways to achieve this. Personalized URLs improve your branding, SEO and provide an easy way for visitors to access your … Continue reading Personal URLs: Why You Need One
Achim Nowak June 17, 2021 You know the boss who tells you Go ahead, we want you take risks here. It’s Ok to make mistakes. And you think to yourself right away, yeah, Gina doesn’t mean that. Gina may not mean it. She is also totally on track. Andrew Huberman. Ph.D., is a celebrated neuroscientist … Continue reading Make More Mistakes. It’s Good For You!