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The Four-Letter Word That Could Be Killing Your Career

Posted by Kelley Butler on Oct 19, 2016 12:09:37 PM

Nineteen. That’s how many times, in a recent 30-minute team meeting, I heard a woman say “just.”

“I just think we can …” “I’m just checking …” “I just want to be sure …”

Why was I doing all this counting? Because I recently learned that “just” undermines women’s expertise – and in turn, women’s advancement – at work. Using “just” implicitly conveys asking permission to express authority or an opinion, and can even be characterized as an apology for doing so. Realizing that I and many other smart, talented, accomplished women could be held back – even slightly – at work by a four-letter word made me want to scream, well … a few other four-letter words.

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With Benefits, ‘One Size Fits One’

Posted by Kelley Butler on Oct 6, 2016 12:11:24 PM

This morning’s general session at the 19th HR Technology Conference & Expo focused on engaging and retaining employees. Moderated by CEO of Starfish Media Group and former CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, a panel featuring leading C-level HR pros had an insightful and candid discussion about how to find and keep talented and engaged workers.   

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Empathy Experts Dominate Opening Night of HR Technology Conference

Posted by Kelley Butler on Oct 5, 2016 11:12:18 AM

America’s Second City is our second home for the week – the Businessolver team is excited to be in Chicago for the 19th HR Technology Conference & Expo. At yesterday’s opening night reception, we launched our E Type Assessment Tool to help people better understand their personal level of empathy.  

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HR Pros Show Heart at HR Tech Conference

Posted by Natalie McLinden on Oct 27, 2015 1:33:00 PM

This year, we decided to do things a little differently the 18th Annual HR Technology Conference. Instead of spending money on wasteful giveaways, we decided to take a different approach. An approach with heart.

We called it #TechWithHeart.

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