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What to do if you think your boss is shutting you out

By:
Liz Kislik

What to do if you think your boss is shutting you out

By
Liz Kislik

When your relationship with your boss is strained, it can sometimes seem like the only solution is quitting. It can be especially stressful and confusing if you once had a good relationship that suddenly turned bad.

The most productive meetings have fewer than 8 people

By:
Paul Axtell

The most productive meetings have fewer than 8 people

By
Paul Axtell

According to research reviewed by Robert Sutton, a professor of organizational behavior at Stanford University, five to eight people is the magic number for meeting productivity. More than eight people, and the quality of meetings begins to deteriorate.

How to embrace change using emotional intelligence

By:
Kandi Wiens and Darin Rowell

How to embrace change using emotional intelligence

By
Kandi Wiens and Darin Rowell

The ability to quickly and easily adapt to change is a clear advantage in a rapidly evolving, technology-driven market. No one wants to be an obstacle to change, but yet, organizational changes can test anyone’s adaptability and emotional intelligence skills.

5 strategies for getting more work done in less time

By:
Elizabeth Grace Saunders

5 strategies for getting more work done in less time

By
Elizabeth Grace Saunders

More time in the day is the unattainable wish of anyone who has felt the pressure to get through an impossibly long to-do list. While you can’t slow the rotation of the Earth, you can maximize the hours you do have by working more efficiently.

The right way to respond to negative feedback

By:
Tasha Eurich

The right way to respond to negative feedback

By
Tasha Eurich

“Leaders who ask for critical feedback are seen as more effective by superiors, employees, and peers, while those who seek primarily positive feedback are rated lower in effectiveness,” writes organizational psychologist Tasha Eurich in this HBR article.

Executive's guide to real-world AI

By:
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

Executive's guide to real-world AI

By
Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

AI lessons from the front lines of business

Cheat sheet: Kubernetes glossary

By:
The Enterprisers Project

Cheat sheet: Kubernetes glossary

By
The Enterprisers Project

Need to speak Kubernetes? Check out our quick-scan glossary for IT and business leaders.

Cheat sheet: IT job interview tips

By:
The Enterprisers Project

Cheat sheet: IT job interview tips

By
The Enterprisers Project

We interviewed experts at leading technology recruiting firms to find out specific ways you can stand out from the pack and make a good impression.

Their tips will prepare you for all stages of the interview process, including:

IT job searching in 2019: A practical guide

By:
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. 

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.

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