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I started my career in HR over 17 years ago, and the questions I heard most often at all the HR conferences were “Why don’t I have a seat at the executive table?” and “How can I get the executives to take me seriously?” Well, we’re 17 years on, and in spite of all the best intentions, I still hear these two questions repeatedly. What are we doing wrong? Stop asking “what can I do for you?”Asking “what do you need me to do?” would be like a CFO asking “What financial information would you like m.  show all text

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