Dan Schawbel

Dan Schawbel

Research Director at Future Workplace

Dan Schawbel is a New York Times bestselling author, and the research director at Future Workplace. He's the author of two career books: Promote Yourself and Me 2.0. His next book, Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation, will be released in November 2018. Through his companies, he’s conducted dozens of research studies and worked with major brands including American Express, GE, Microsoft, Virgin, IBM, Coca Cola and Oracle. Schawbel produces a free monthly newsletter on workplace trends and career tips.

 

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How to Successfully Expand Your Business

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Gen Z Employees: The 5 Attributes You Need to Know

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Why College Students Need to Be Entrepreneurial With Their Careers

Here are five ways students can think more like an entrepreneur, and how doing so can improve your chances for professional success.

Why 'Gen Z' May Be More Entrepreneurial Than 'Gen Y'

Here are five important reasons why the younger generation may be more inclined to be the entrepreneurs of the near future.

3 Things You Don't Know About Intrapreneurship

Fostering intrapreneurs inside your company can boost innovation and prepare the next generation of aspiring entrepreneurs.

How to Brand Yourself: An Introduction

For many entrepreneurs, it's easier to brand themselves than the business. Here are four ways to do both.

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