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How Mico-Progress Can Lead to Major Productivity

In The New York Times’s Smarter Living piece, “Micro-Progress and the Magic of Just Getting Started,” Tim Herrera delves into how we think about productivity as well as our tendency to procrastinate. Herrera puts forth the idea of micro-progress as…

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Reducing Bias in Your Hiring Practices

We’re taking a closer look at bias in the hiring process. While there is no surefire way to eliminate bias, we explore some tangible steps to identify and reduce it at your organization. We hope these resources and practices help…

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Real Talk with Your Boss, How to Do It

Providing and receiving feedback is an important part of your career development. Those we work closest with can have unique insights on what we do well and what we need to work on. Peer to peer feedback between colleagues, however,…

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Good Internships Begin with Good Onboarding

Internship season is around the corner. Many of you are already posting internships on Idealist.org, beginning the interview process or perhaps even extending an offer. Intern hiring requires so much energy it can be easy to think that the work…

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Discussing Volunteer Management with Simply Smiles

Contributed by Caroline Contillo Many organizations rely on volunteers in order to execute their missions. Keeping volunteers challenged and engaged isn’t easy, but creating a welcoming environment where people feel empowered to contribute can be a huge benefit for a…

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