Soft Skills vs. Hard Skills: Underestimating Complexity!

Soft skills are defined as such, in order to marginalize. The applied internal systems are vastly complex and difficult to define. This makes self-perceived experts extremely uncomfortable. “Soft” skills do not operate using an interval scale and are dissimilar to finance or physics. The central challenge in applying and understanding “soft” skills is the systems […]

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80/20 Rule Unmasked

80 percent of everything is created by 20 percent of everything. 80 percent of every situation is controlled by 20 percent of the processes. The Pareto Principle, or better known as the 80/20 rule is the most productive rule known, and using its power as leverage produces extraordinary results. The best part is that the 80/20 […]

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7 Areas of Limitation in Career Development

Limited Self-Belief and Lack of Self-Esteem As career professionals, we generally underestimate our own abilities and attribute a greater degree of efficiency and aptitude to others. This limiting belief holds career development back from achieving its full potential. Professionals who desire career advancement need to understand that their abilities match up competitively with others in […]

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We NEED Ethical Leadership

GlaxoSmithKline to pay 3 billion in fines for bribing MDs to prescribe and illegally promote Paxil, Wellbutrin and Avandia where it was not regulated by the FDA and withheld research showing adverse effects (i.e. stroke). MDs need to be held responsible for prescribing and endangering patients lives when they knew of the consequences. Medical licenses should be […]

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