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Whether you’re age 22 or 62, expectations in a modern workplace are constantly changing and it can be hard to know the best way to get ahead. Katie Burke, “chief people officer” at inbound marketing and sales company HubSpot, is here to provide up-to-date advice. Reassuringly, traditional values like gratitude, humility and hard work are still important, but there’s an increasing emphasis on collaboration, learning from everyone at work, and pursuing growth and challenge rather than security. getAbstract recommends Burke’s ideas to young and not-so-young workers who want to gain an edge in the modern workforce.

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Katie Burke is the “chief people officer” at marketing and sales company HubSpot.

 

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When just starting out in the workforce, you want to make decisions that help create a strong foundation for your career. Pick a company that’s growing and that wants you to grow. Current success isn’t the best indicator. Ask questions to determine whether the firm is going places or standing still. Once you’ve picked your company, take every opportunity to learn from the people around you. Watch, ask questions and take notes. View everyone as a potential teacher. Nurture professional relationships with people who know things you don’t, who offer a different...


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    P. G. 2 years ago
    A great example how the business articles library gives you inspiration rapidly. Great snapshot of advice!