Kevin Grossman is director of content development at Peoplefluent, a Waltham, Mass.-based talent-management workplace consultancy.

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Then comes the part where you actually work in the field you studied in college, receiving a degree in human resource management and then becoming a strategist, problem-solver and proactive human resource business partner for large healthcare and real estate management companies. Where you eventually find yourself an inspired HR professional running the membership for the largest global human resource organization in the world.

April 22, 2016

Then comes the part where you train to be a professional musician, receive a degree in Vocal Performance & Education, and then find out you have to actually be good at it to make a living. Where after a few years of substitute teaching, you land a part-time job at the Hard Rock Cafe, where you get to look and act however you want — to embody a rock and roller — and then you find out how good you are at training, and run with it.

April 19, 2016

Failure is an enabler.

In both senses of the term, but for some, the one ultimate driver.

It’s our confidant and our kryptonite; it elevates and cripples us. Ideas fail, businesses fail, processes fail, people fail, and through it all, if we’re paying attention, learning and even a little lucky, we might just find a little light.

June 25, 2014
During the next 15 years the most skilled and senior employees at many companies will begin retiring in large numbers. Meanwhile, those same companies can’t expect their younger workers—especially talented Millennials—to stick around much longer than 36 months, if that.
Despite this coming double whammy, many companies have yet to reshape their office environments so they can recruit and retain the type of workers who can perform at the level that company executives have come to expect. 
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