The Best of 2016: Most Popular Cangrade Articles

Let’s take a look back at the best Cangrade articles from 2016. For the purposes of this list, “best” just means “most popular.” These are the most viewed articles, month by month. (Just click each title if you want to read the full article).   January: Personality Types Don’t Exist Some of the most popular assessments claim that people have […]

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The Outcome Bias: 3 Tips to Avoid It

The outcome bias is a tendency to judge people based on outcomes (rather than their intentions). What’s wrong with that? After all, results do matter. But if we ignore people’s intentions, it undermines the ability to make fair decisions—especially to encourage ethical behavior and discourage unethical behavior.   We’ve already discussed some disturbing trends, such as how focusing too much […]

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Managing Overqualified Workers: 3 Steps to Bring Out Their Best

Overqualified workers are in great supply. The number of available workers with college degrees has increased in recent years, far outpacing the number of positions actually requiring degrees. Tightened budgets have led many organizations to slash higher-level positions in favor of more low-level (and low-paying) positions. And as an alternative to full retirement, many older and more experienced workers are […]

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