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Humility in Leadership: Battling the Vices of Pride

Posted by Jess Johnson on May 1, 2018 11:51:34 AM

Most people wouldn’t immediately associate humility with leadership. To them, an ideal leader looks more like a superhero – strong and brimming with confidence. But humility holds a silent power. Scientists have just started researching the benefits of humility in leadership, and they’ve found that, often, humble leaders make the best leaders.

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Tags: Leadership, continuous improvment

How to Learn New Skills So They Stick

Posted by Jess Johnson on Mar 13, 2018 12:19:14 PM

Learning is a big part of the staffing industry; we encounter it every day. Candidates are always learning new skills to add to their resumes, and recruiters must race to keep up with the changing job market by learning new recruitment technology and techniques. Even our clients are always learning, constantly on the lookout for the best ways to innovate, scale, and hire. At Crowdstaffing, we have to learn a lot of new things too, so we’ve gotten pretty good at it.

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Tags: Skills, continuous improvment

Accountability is the Theme for 2018

Posted by Sunil Bagai on Jan 18, 2018 11:50:24 AM

If you follow my posts, you’ve probably noticed I like to talk about technology, its implications, and how we can apply them in the workplace. The tech world resonates with me not just because I think gadgets are cool and AI is fascinating, but because I believe that technology is a reflection of where are we as a society. The tech industry is a microcosm of the human condition. The innovations, the problems, the ethical quandaries – they echo the things we face on a larger scale, as a collective mind. And judging by the mounting demands for better behavior last year, I’d say accountability will be the name of the game in 2018.

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Tags: continuous improvment, Accountability

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