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Is procrastination always a bad thing? It depends on your mindset, experts say:
Vulnerability, within boundaries, helps us be stronger people and better leaders. Research professor and author @BreneBrown unpacks this empathetic approach to leadership on #HelloMonday with special guest host Daniel Roth:
What will it take to solve the student debt crisis? This 22-year-old startup CEO thinks it starts with teaching young people about personal finances. Learn more from our conversation with Zogo Founder Bolun Li:
CEOs are split on how and when office workers should return. Here’s what professionals are saying on LinkedIn:
Older workers are heading back to the classroom. Here's why:
Amazon's hiring chief is sharing her cheat sheet for job seekers: #GetHired
Health care costs can vary ‘wildly,’ new data shows. Now we’re learning just how much:
Here’s a step-by-step process for landing your dream job. #GetHired
This payments company is now America’s most valuable startup. Here’s what people are saying on LinkedIn:
Colleges are replacing disrupted campus tours with Oculus headsets and Legos. See what educators are saying on LinkedIn:
This tech giant plans to create some 10,000 new full-time jobs. Here’s what you should know about this news:
Don’t know what an NFT is? You’re not alone. Here’s what people are saying about the latest investment craze:
.@carloswatson has certainly pivoted in his career more than once, working in everything from education to business, from politics to media. Hear what tips he has on how to make a pivot in your career on this episode of #HelloMonday with Jessi Hempel:
If you're scared to fail, you may never make the jump. That willingness to fail is how @MrEddieHuang made the pivot away from his corporate job into a creative career as a restaurateur, author and director. Hear more about his career in #ThisIsWorking:
Are the 2020s the new 1960s? Hear why entrepreneur @carloswatson believes this decade will bring brave changes on this episode of #HelloMonday with Jessi Hempel:
How do U.S. workers feel about the job market right now? That largely depends on what industry you’re in, according to LinkedIn’s latest #WorkforceConfidenceIndex. Take a deeper look at the findings here:
Ageism is real. Americans ages 55 to 64 years were unemployed for an average of roughly 31 weeks as of January, compared to about 23 weeks for people ages 25 to 34 years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Here's how to fight back:
How can you demonstrate leadership, wherever you work? The host of HBR’s Coaching Real Leaders, Muriel Wilkins, decodes the formula of an ‘executive presence’ on this week's episode of #HelloMonday with Jessi Hempel:
The pandemic has forced millions out of the workforce, especially impacting working women. So how do we avoid unwinding years of progress towards gender equality? @IssaRae explains how that starts by creating a place to be heard: #ConversationsForChange
Vaxications' are ramping up across the country. Here's what travel agents are seeing:
Women’s careers are being held back by an ‘entitlement gap’ in the workplace, according to new research by LinkedIn. Join us this #IWD2021 week as we highlight the challenges facing female professionals and those who seek to conquer them:
Pivoting your career is a lot like boxing — you're going to take some hits. But the willingness to get knocked down and fail is the only way to change in your career according to @MrEddieHuang. Learn more about career journey in #ThisIsWorking:
Ageism in the workforce is real. LinkedIn’s ‘Get Hired’ offers some expert tips to fight back:
What constitutes good leadership? It’s a question that’s been asked a lot throughout the last year, as the crisis unveiled the importance of leading with empathy. This #IWD2021 we asked #WomenAtWork how leaders can be better. Learn more here:
Developing a community to trust and be inspired by is essential to your career — but that community may not come from your work environment. @IssaRae explains how you can reach out and establish that community for our special coverage on #IWD2021:
What is an ‘executive presence?’ Executive coach Muriel Wilkins breaks it down as an ability to inspire confidence in others. She explains why this is so important — and how anyone can build it into their own presence — on this episode of #HelloMonday:
These women authors are sharing insights and advice to help you be more successful at work and beyond:
The remote-work revolution is turning these rural towns into talent hubs:
In the past year, NBA player @SDinwiddie_25 has tokenized a part of his NBA contract, launched a Blockchain-based app, and invested in the maker of @nba_topshot.
We're speaking to @MrEddieHuang live in #ThisIsWorking. Bring your questions and add them to the chat here:
What are you choosing to challenge this #IWD2021? LinkedIn News is inviting you to join the conversation as we explore the barriers professional women face and highlight influential voices from around the world: #ConversationsForChange
Burger King's tweet went viral for all the wrong reasons on International Women's Day. Here's why:
Here’s the key to finding those ‘hidden’ jobs:
You can create a leadership presence regardless of where you sit in an organization. Executive coach Muriel Wilkins helps demystify the idea of ‘executive presence’ and how anyone can build on theirs on this episode of #HelloMonday with Jessi Hempel:
Women are struggling in the pandemic — and are overwhelmingly sheltering in place. Learn from our coverage of #IWD2021 and #ConversationsForChange here:
Here’s a look at the true cost of a $15 minimum wage, according to a new CBO report:
Why is this state recognizing sidewalk bots as pedestrians? Here's the latest:
Are unpaid internships ethical? Here’s how the LinkedIn community is weighing in:
How close are we to having an 'Uber for the air?' @jobyaviation revealed footage of its fully #ElectricAircraft in flight and how they plan to make it an on-demand service. Learn more from their executive chair Paul Sciarra's talk with #LinkedInNews here:
A year of pandemic living has forced most businesses to re-invent themselves. Founder @RebeccaMinkoff reflects on what had to change, what endured, and how early entrepreneurs can still use this time to their advantage. Hear more #HelloMonday:
The most successful businesses are the ones that are able to change course. That’s why @RebeccaMinkoff quickly changed everything she was doing and for a pandemic reinvention. Hear how she did it on this episode of #HelloMonday with Jessi Hempel:
What career lessons can we learn from a lobster? Chef and entrepreneur @davidchang explains his reverence for the crustacean comes from their need molt — or their need to always grow and transform themselves. Learn more on #ThisIsWorking:
Tune In: How can private-sector investments solve global problems? Here's how to join the live conversation:
Entrepreneurs right now are being forged by the hardships of the pandemic — and that may be a good thing. Founder @RebeccaMinkoff shares how businesses can take advantage of these hard times on this episode of #HelloMonday with Jessi Hempel:
Are you working from bed? Here’s why that may not be a good thing:
We asked ESPN's @stephenasmith and other HBCU grads about their college experience. Here's what they said:
Are you a ‘backable’ person? Here’s what some of the most successful people have in common:
Biden has lifted Green Card restrictions. Here's what people are saying about the policy reversal on LinkedIn:
Are you a ‘backable’ person? Author Suneel Gupta shares why some of the most successful people have this trait in common. Learn more on this episode of #HelloMonday with Jessi Hempel:
It’s time to take stock of your skills. Here’s how:
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