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IT job searching in 2019: A practical guide

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The Enterprisers Project

IT job searching in 2019: A practical guide

By
The Enterprisers Project

If you plan to search for a new job, download this guide to help you improve your resume, develop desirable soft skills, negotiate your salary, and much more. 

How to control your emotions during a difficult conversation

By:
Amy Gallo

How to control your emotions during a difficult conversation

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Amy Gallo

If just the thought of initiating a tough conversation with a colleague or family member makes your palms sweat, try taking a new approach.

The ultimate DevOps hiring guide

By:
The Enterprisers Project

The ultimate DevOps hiring guide

By
The Enterprisers Project

Seeking a DevOps job? Hiring for a DevOps team? Get practical advice from your peers.

The new rules of CIO leadership

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

The new rules of CIO leadership

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Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

Are you leading by an outdated rulebook? The future is being built on new technologies, data, and digitization. To transform and compete in the face of disruption, top chief information and digital officers – true transformation masters – are rewriting the rules of CIO leadership. 

Fast Start Guide: Creating a sense of urgency, with John Kotter

By:
Stephanie Overby

Fast Start Guide: Creating a sense of urgency, with John Kotter

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Stephanie Overby

John Kotter, organizational change guru and author of "Leading Change" and "A Sense of Urgency," shares five tips to help leaders infuse a

Hybrid cloud security: 5 questions skeptics will ask

By:
Kevin Casey

Hybrid cloud security: 5 questions skeptics will ask

By
Kevin Casey

Get advice from your peers on how to get people to buy into your architectural vision and build a strong hybrid cloud security posture. Download our concise guide (PDF).

 

What to do when you don’t feel valued at work

By:
Rebecca Knight

What to do when you don’t feel valued at work

By
Rebecca Knight

When you feel like your hard work isn’t appreciated or even noticed, key questions often arise. Such as – Am I good enough? Will I advance in this company? Should I move on?

How to spot a machine learning opportunity, even if you aren’t a data scientist

By:
Kathryn Hume

How to spot a machine learning opportunity, even if you aren’t a data scientist

By
Kathryn Hume

“Having an intuition for how machine learning algorithms work – even in the most general sense – is becoming an important business skill,” writes Kathryn Hume in this Harvard Business Review article.

Happiness traps: How we sabotage ourselves at work

By:
Annie McKee

Happiness traps: How we sabotage ourselves at work

By
Annie McKee

In this article, author Annie McKee points out that “close to two-thirds of employees in the United States are bored, detached, or jaded and ready to sabotage plans, projects, and other people” in their jobs. She challenges the reader to question why there is so much chronic unhappiness at work.

Emotional intelligence has 12 elements. Which do you need to work on?

By:
Daniel Goleman and Richard E. Boyatzis

Emotional intelligence has 12 elements. Which do you need to work on?

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Daniel Goleman and Richard E. Boyatzis

One of the big traps of emotional intelligence is believing that as long as you are kind, respectful, and sensitive to the needs of others, you will excel in your career.

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Submitted By Stephanie Overby
January 24, 2019

Want to get more from your next business leadership conference? IT leaders share 7 ways to navigate events wisely – before, during, and after.

Submitted By Kevin Casey
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Submitted By John Gikopoulos
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As AI continues to evolve, CIOs face new leadership mandates. Are you ready for the talent, ethics, and data privacy challenges?

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