“We are perishing for lack of wonder, not for lack of wonders.” So observed G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936), the inimitable English writer, philosopher, poet, and journalist. His words gain more relevance as the years push them further into history,...
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Last week began a six-week commentary series on overarching trends and patterns that have emerged – or still are emerging – in the American workplace (and culture) over the decade I’ve been writing this column, the most imminent of which is the up-...
Approaching the culmination of ten years writing this column, I beg your indulgence, asking that I may veer slightly from my prescribed role of career advisor to that of commentator. A decade is just a split second in history but an eternity when...
Remember when you learned to drive a car? The first thing they taught you was to look far ahead of you down the road, not just beyond the hood of the car. Remember? Well, it’s time to apply the same advice to job searching and career planning,...
It has become exceedingly evident that the pivotal issue in today’s (and tomorrow’s) workplace is the skills gap. This is the phenomenon of millions of open jobs for which employers would hire in an instant if candidates with the right skills showed...