Making It Rain

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

When my husband and I moved to a new house a few months ago, we decided to move the couches that had been in our living room into the basement and splurge on some new furniture. When our toddlers were newborns, we practically lived on those couches, as evidenced by the worn cushions from all […]

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Aim High — But Not Too High

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“Nine Things Successful People Won’t Do.” I recently came across this article on LinkedIn, and right away I thought it was exactly the type of article my former editor would’ve loved. It had a catchy title that no doubt has resulted in thousands of clicks (one of them courtesy of me), and the content is […]

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Why You Should Hire A Dinosaur

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

A few years ago, my Uncle Brian was laid off from his company after more than two decades of service. Like many baby boomers whose jobs became casualties of the economic downturn, he found the career search to be extremely frustrating. When I asked him how it was going, he very candidly replied, “Not so […]

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The Question We Need To Stop Asking

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

As a native of New Jersey, it was required that I watch — and enjoy — The Sopranos. If you’ve never seen it, the highly acclaimed TV series chronicled the daily struggles of an Italian-American mobster as he tried to juggle the conflicting responsibilities of his home life and his criminal organization. One of the […]

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A Management Style That’s Just Right

Kate Huvane Gamble, Managing Editor, hsCIO.com

“How are things going at work?” I asked my friend Courtney. She thought about it for a moment, and said, “I’m bored. I’m hitting my numbers, but I’m just not motivated to do any more. I don’t feel challenged.” She explained that she rarely hears from her boss, and when she does, there’s no feedback […]

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