As You Start Your Career, Focus on People Skills

All across the country, this year’s soon-to-be graduates are revving up to start their careers. You may be one of them. You’re already thinking about what you’ll do when get into your new position. You’re smart and energetic, and you’re eager to commit both of those attributes to moving ahead. But is that enough to succeed? Unfortunately, no. Read the rest on HBR…

 

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Sylvia Ann Hewlett is Chairman and CEO of the Center for Talent Innovation. She is the author of 11 books, including Executive Presence. Follow her on Twitter at @sahewlett.

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