05 décembre 2019

Allongement des carrières : apprendre à manager les âges s’impose

Focus RH - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnellePar Marc Raynaud. Le management des âges est un art délicat, devenu plus  nécessaire que jamais du fait de l’allongement des carrières d’une part, et de l’accélération du renouvellement des générations de l'autre. Plus...

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01 décembre 2019

Des dirigeants de grandes marques dévoilent les meilleurs «soft skills» pour réussir sa carrière

Chaque lundi retrouvez notre série de vidéos «Au secours je commence lundi!» où des patrons conseillent les étudiants qui démarrent leur vie professionnelle. Plus...

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30 novembre 2019

My Dad’s Academic Career as My Model

By Joshua Kim. Earlier this year, I did a Q&A with my dad on his three decades of academic telecommuting. In that piece, my dad talked about how working remotely from his institution (Harvard) in a lower-cost location (Montana) enabled him to both keep his research going, and to live a more sane and balanced life. More...

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29 novembre 2019

Career Preparedness

By Steven Mintz. It’s higher ed’s catchphrase of the moment. Career readiness speaks to a host of concerns:

  • That a college education is excessively theoretical and disconnected from real world.
  • That students lack the skills and experience that employers seek.
  • That too many students flail and flounder due to a lack of realistic career aspirations or a practical plan to achieve their goals.

Employers and students themselves worry about college graduates’ career preparedness. More...

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25 novembre 2019

Backward Design Your Way to a Fulfilling Career

HomeSince defending my dissertation in 2013, I have worn several hats at the University of Michigan. As a result, I am contacted occasionally by graduate students who are considering multiple career options and want to sit down for an informational interview -- a casual conversation with a professional about their career trajectory and the nature of their current work or industry. More...

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Why and How to Build Connections Online

HomeThe evolution of social media has provided multiple routes for making new professional acquaintances and friends, writes Victoria McGovern. More...

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Can Going Alt Ac Work Out for You?

HomeWilliam Casement found his Ph.D. and intellectual bent were assets to be parlayed in the outside world rather than a cross to bear. More...

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Advancing to the Presidency No. 4: Create Your Own Jobs

HomeS. Georgia Nugent describes how to get the opportunity, the break, to move farther along your leadership path. More...

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Inclusion Beyond Appearances

HomeA controversy over a social media post at the University of Missouri should encourage other institutions to reconsider how they and their own departments are operating, writes Courtney N. Wright. More...

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Balancing Wellness and a Job Search

HomeWhat does being healthy and well look like during a job search, and why does that matter? Based on my work with graduate students and postdocs, along with my own experiences, preparing for and conducting a job search can feel exhausting. More...

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