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Moore's Law Curve and Exponential Technologies
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The Impact of Exponential Technologies on Careers and HR

Dr. Helen Ofosu explains exponential technologies and how they will affect organizations and individuals. Some career and HR implications are discussed.
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Career change can feel like being between rock and hard place
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What’s Riskier for your Career? Getting Hired for a Job or Becoming Self-Employed? (Part Two)

In this article, Dr. Helen Ofosu discusses the hidden risks associated with accepting a job late in one's career versus considering self-employment.
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What’s Riskier for Your Career? Getting Hired for a Job … or Becoming Self-Employed? (Part One)

Over the past five years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with clients in their 40s and 50s while they were at a high-stakes crossroads in their career. In this article, I discuss some of the risks of remaining an employee vs the risks of self-employment.
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Workplace Boundaries … 5 steps to help you stay in your lane

I’d like to bridge the gap for those who have made these professional blunders around workplace boundaries and others who want to avoid making them. I know how easy it is to be confused by work-related situations that seem informal but have unwritten rules.
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Seasonal Summer Burnout?

Dr. Helen Ofosu discusses burnout versus 'summer burnout' which is that sluggish feeling that we sometimes experience during the warmer months. Natural opportunity for resting and a career tune-up?
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Do Experts Still Matter?

Lately, I’ve noticed increasing criticism of and disdain towards experts regardless of their areas of specialization. It’s as if ‘experts’ are now a silly myth, something to shrug at or dismiss. This growing development is disturbing in part because I invested almost 10 years to earn my doctorate in psychology and I have been equally dedicated while working in my chosen profession. But the problem is much bigger.
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