These were the top Talent Economy stories for the week of October 9-13, 2017:
The Truth About Negative Feedback: New research shows that negative feedback is just as important as praise — if not more so — in helping people and organizations succeed, writes Talent Economy influencer Stephen Young.
Talent10x: Everything is AI at the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas: Workforce editor Rick Bell joins Frank Kalman from sunny Las Vegas and the HR Technology Conference & Exposition. The two talk the latest tech trends and more. Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or Tunein.
How to Navigate the Trickiness of Business Forecasting: Forecasting future performance or workforce trends is a big part of business, writes Associate Editor Lauren Dixon. But how can leaders determine which methods are legitimate and which are not?
An Ode to Direct, No-Nonsense Feedback, Communication: In an era promoting soft skills, there’s still a place for direct and honest — and sometimes harsh — feedback and communication in business, writes Managing Editor Frank Kalman.
Finally, here’s the best of what we’re reading from around the web for Friday, October 13, 2017:
Trump’s new executive order on health care may open more options for employers, reports The Wall Street Journal.
Japanese companies are making an enhanced effort to be more gay-friendly, writes The New York Times.
Why fake news is a problem for Wall Street, according to The Washington Post.
These 13 companies pay the highest effective tax rate in the U.S., reports Business Insider.
Finally, psychologists say there are three kinds of burnout. Here’s how to beat them, according to Business Insider.
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