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Curiosity

I have no special talents, I’m just passionately curious- Albert Einstein Curiosity didn’t kill the cat- it just made it smarter. Being inquisitive opens us to new information and experiences that

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Why Micro-Reviews are the New Performance Reviews

Fifty-eight percent of managers feel performance reviews are not effective, and can we really be shocked? Annual appraisals not only make employees’ palms sweaty, but they may be bad for company productivity.

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Attaining Agility

Be stubborn about your goals, and flexible about your methods. Instead of fighting change, roll with the tide and embrace the transforming landscapes of life and work. There’s no doubt agility can

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How to Bounce Back when you get Benched: Lessons from Eli Manning

For the first time in 210 straight games, somebody not named Eli Manning will be the starting quarterback for the Giants. At 2-9 so far in the season, the team needed to make some drastic changes to stay

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Getting Gritty

Your dreams are on the other side of your grit. As you think ahead to the new year and picture what you want to accomplish, grit is the first trait you’ll need to succeed. So, what is grit, and

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How to use Holiday Travel to Grow your Career

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4 Surprising Things to be Grateful for at Work

We can always count on at least two things at Thanksgiving: a food coma and time to think about what we’re grateful for. Most people have family, friends and well-being on their list, but let’s take

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Is Work-Life Balance a Total Myth?

On average, we spend 90,000 hours, or 1/3 of our lives at work. How can we say we need work life balance when a huge portion of life is work? The fact is, “life” is way more complex than “not-working,”

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Proof Philanthropy Creates ROI

It’s no secret that doing good feels good. For those with a big heart, the desire to give naturally extends to the office. Whether you call it philanthropy, volunteering or corporate social responsibility,

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Culture 20/20

When Thanksgiving Becomes Thanksliving

Tonight, we're celebrating our fourth annual Thanksliving, which brings all LaSallians together for a delicious meal of turkey and stuffing to reflect on all we have to be grateful for. We share great

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Don't Fall Back in Your Career this Fall

This weekend, we celebrated the first day of fall.  The change of seasons is the perfect time to reflect and begin thinking about goals that lie ahead. As we enjoy football, pumpkin spice, cooler weather

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