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Making a career transition can be difficult, but it can be much easier with the right strategies, tools, and resources. Here are five tips for navigating a career transition. Tip 1: Start by asking yourself why you want to quit the current job If you have been thinking about quitting your job for some time,...
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office space (1999)
“Office Space” (1999) is an American comedy film directed by Mike Judge. It tells the story of software engineers laid off from their jobs in the early 1990s. They then start a video game company, which goes bankrupt after three years. Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingstone) is a disengaged programmer stuck in a soul-crushing office job...
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In Good Company is a 2004 US romantic comedy film, directed and written by Paul Weitz. The plot is set around a middle-aged advertisement exec. The company where he works is acquired by a big transnational enterprise leaving him with a new boss who is nearly half his age. The situation is complicated when the...
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Don’t Look Up is an apocalyptic-satirical science fiction movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. It is the story of two astronomers who try to warn people about a looming comet that could destroy humanity. Produced by Hyperobject Industries and Bluegrass Films, the film was announced in November 2019 and sold by Paramount Pictures to...
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), Covid-19, the Great Resignation, and the Great Relearning With the Fourth Industrial Revolution going on, there’s a growing need for a new attitude of continual understanding and education. The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have reinforced this scenario in the world of work, many collaborators from companies worldwide have left...
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pulp fiction
Pulp Fiction: Let’s Focus on Employer Branding Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is a masterpiece in the world of cinema. The movie is about two hitmen, Vincent and Jules (John Travolta and Will Smith), who are tasked to reclaim a handbag belonging to their boss. They soon find themselves fighting off an eccentric but dangerous man...
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coach carte
Coach Carter: How to improve the performance of your team Coach Ken Carter returns to his former high school basketball team in Virginia but is soon disturbed by the negative attitudes of the group, which generates abysmal performances. He will “change the game” by implementing solid motivational techniques. Takeout for HR people Coach Carter wants...
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Experts say there is only one constant thing in the digital world: change. This description is accurate when it happens in data protection. Today there is a need for a different, more productive strategy to manage data in governmental and private bodies. But how is it possible to ensure compliance with the new data protection...
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stoicism
From American Football to Companies, the Principles of Stoicism are Very Relevant to Modern Workplaces Case Keenum had only seen NFL fields from the sidelines for more than two years. A situation that made many people think that his career (nine years old and scattered over six different teams) was on the decline. It would...
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willpower
Willpower links to self-control. It is the ability to resist distraction, stay focused and delay gratification. A study conducted by psychologist Roy Baumeister shows that willpower goes hand in hand with energy levels, which helps us explain why it is “consumed” as we go. At a glance, people who are trying to lose weight often...
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