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How The Role Of The Employee Is Changing And What It Means For Your Organization

My guest today on The Future of Work Podcast is the Chief Human Resource Officer of AARP, John Sigmon, and we talk about what it means to be an employee in the future of work. We discuss the very definition of what being an employee is and how it is [...]

Barack Obama. 44th President of the United States of America.

President Obama; please pray for this man. He has a tremendously stressful job with everyone having their own wish list. Let's remember he can't do anymore than the previous Presidents accomplished; he's a human being. Superman was really Clark Kent and even he had his Kryptonite.

Katherine Johnson, the NASA Mathematician Who Advanced Human Rights with a Slide Rule and Pencil

Katherine Johnson, the NASA Mathematician Who Advanced Human Rights with a Slide Rule and Pencil NASA chief Charles Bolden recalls the historic trajectory of the “human computer” who played a key role in the Apollo 11 moon landing, and as a female African-American in the 1960s, shattered stereotypes in the process. (Katherine Johnson, photographed at Fort Monroe, in Hampton, Virginia. Photograph by Annie Leibovitz)

9 Failproof Salary Negotiation Tricks from Kate White ~ Levo League

9 Failproof Salary Negotiation Tricks from Kate White

Jon Lewis was 23 when he was selected to be a featured speaker at the March on Washington. He was arrested scores of times during the civil rights movement and was badly beaten during a 1961 freedom ride protesting the segregation of interstate buses and at a 1965 march in Selma, Ala. Both events would prove to be turning points in the struggle for racial equality

Native American, Chief Ouray of the Ute Indian Tribe was considered a peacemaker and was well respected by many people of his era. Read more at Suite101: Chief Ouray Was a Big Part of the History of Colorado | Suite101.com http://cheryl-weldon.suite101.com/chief-ouray-was-a-big-part-of-the-history-of-colorado-a236975#ixzz1uTGidne5

This documentary etches vivid portraits of four extraordinary figures who were willing to die to preserve their way of life: Crazy Horse, Chief Joseph, Geronimo, and Quanah Parker.