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Our management shares their favorite personal and professional inspirations to get motivated for 2017.

The Experteer Bookshelf – Inspirational Business Books to Read This Winter

With January off to a running start, productivity worldwide is humming! There’s no better time to catch up on some reading, with a nice cup of tea and a spot by a fireplace. Experteer’s senior management weighs in on the inspirational business books, sites and sources that helped them to develop their own management styles. Read on for some…

the best paid jobs in the us
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If you’re looking for a bigger paycheck, check out these industries!

The Best Paid Jobs in the US

Are you gunning for a raise? Looking for a new job, with a juicier paycheck? Then get smart – a new industry means a different salary. As you begin your search, consider these positions – the best paid jobs in the US right now. If you’re looking for the best paying job in the United…

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The gap between executive salaries and executive compensation.

What Do CEOs REALLY Earn in the UK?

What Do CEOs REALLY Earn in the UK? There’s been a lot of discussion lately about executive earnings. Reports of eight-figure CEO salaries make headlines, yet when you search for figures on average pay for company leaders, the numbers are much smaller. Truth is, there’s a huge gap between the official salaries CEOs say they…

interview questions to ask your next employer
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Next time your interviewers turn the tables, be prepared to ask these questions.

33 Great Questions to Ask Your Next Employer

The interview is the ideal time to find out more about the company you want to work for. The correct questions will help you determine if this is the right fit for you. At the same time, it also helps you appear interested in the position, and shows your overall attitude to the employer. An interested…

outdated career advice
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“So, how many words per minute can you manage on this typewriter?”

4 Pieces of Outdated Career Advice You Must Ignore To Succeed

Whether you’re a seasoned executive or a fresh-faced and hungry college grad, you can never escape well-meaning career advice. While you’d be wise to accept anything coming your way with a grain of salt and plenty of personal research, you want to skip these four pieces of outdated career advice right off the bat. A…

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When leaders face a setback, how do they use it as a setup for a comeback? How do they pivot?

5 Strategies for an Impactful Professional Pivot

From media darling, to committed wife, to Democratic candidate nominee, to mis-trusted advisor, to hopeful presidential incumbent and now the opponent of U.S. President Elect, Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton’s long and often troubled legacy has come to a seeming full-stop with her concession speech to Mr. Trump on November 8th, 2016. Or…has it? While some…

5 Workplace Mirroring Scenarios To Use For Success
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Chasing success? Take a look in the mirror.

5 Workplace Mirroring Scenarios To Use For Success

Through the day-to-day minutiae, a workplace can seem perfunctory, a functional space where 9-to-5ers converge under the company umbrella. But take a closer look and it’s actually its own ecosystem built upon one thing and one thing only: the relationships and behaviors of its constituent parts. With so many conflicting agendas and varied personalities, there…

6 simple steps to making your employees love you
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Becoming a beloved boss isn’t so tricky. We’ll show you how it’s done.

6 Simple Steps for Making Your Employees Love You

As a manager, you understandably want your employees to like you. After all, employees who like and respect their bosses are more likely to be engaged in their work activities. Such employees are often satisfied with their positions, more productive in the workplace, and more eager to keep their jobs instead of looking for a new…