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[RED DEMOCRATICA] 3 things to focus on if you want to be a leader


3 things to focus on if you want to be a leader | Staying objective in office politics | Top tips for using networking in career building
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3 things to focus on if you want to be a leader
If you want to be a leader, it's important to begin acting like one before taking on more important roles, says Herminia Ibarra, a professor of leadership at the INSEAD School of Business. Three things to focus on include being innovative in a current position, broadening a network of industry connections and trying new things.
Inc. online (free registration) (9/28) 
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Staying objective in office politics
Office politics are a fact of life, says Dan Rust, author of "Workplace Poker: Are you Playing the Game, or Just Getting Played?" Rust shares tips for navigating these conflicts and embracing reality in an interview with Wharton Business Radio.
Knowledge@Wharton (9/29) 
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Making the Connection
Top tips for using networking in career building
Networking is key to any career trajectory but can be difficult to manage, said Kelly Hoey, an investor at Laconia Capital. During Inspirefest 2016, Hogan shared her three-step process for using networking to boost your career opportunities.
Silicon Republic (Ireland) (9/29) 
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The Landscape
Obama to veto bill stalling overtime expansion
Obama to veto bill stalling overtime expansion
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The White House is pushing back against Congress, threatening to veto a measure that would delay implementation of the new overtime rule until next summer. House Republicans defend the measure, saying it gives small businesses, nonprofit agencies, and education and government entities the time they need to prepare for the new regulations.
The Hill (9/28) 
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Your Next Challenge
Standing out in a competitive work environment
Corporate employers get about 250 resumes for every open position, according to Glassdoor, and standing out from the crowd requires showing that you are capable of fitting into a company's culture. Job seekers should leverage their professional networks and contacts as well as use volunteer work and quantifiable achievements to rise above other applicants.
The Huffington Post (9/29) 
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Balancing Yourself
Beating workplace stress during off hours
The vast majority of top job performers are able to control their emotions, according to TalentSmart data, and often use outside activities to minimize stress. Having a consistent schedule, trying new things and preparing for the upcoming week are all good ways to create work-life balance, writes Travis Bradberry.
Forbes (9/29) 
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The Water Cooler
Researchers puzzled to find Roman coins in Japanese castle ruins
Archaeologists have found four Roman coins dating back to around 400 A.D. while excavating the ruins of an ancient Japanese castle, and they are puzzled about how the coins got there. While Katsuren Castle had been known to be a center of trade, there had not been a link to Europe until the discovery of these coins, officials say.
The Independent (London) (tiered subscription model) (9/27) 
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George Washington,
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