Future of Work

This CEO says everyone should have a 'career mirror' to be successful

Airline employees and travelers are reflected in a wall of mirrors at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts November 21, 2007.  Americans were expected to travel in record numbers Wednesday for the traditional Thanksgiving holiday.     REUTERS/Brian Snyder    (UNITED STATES)

Spencer Rascoff explains how we should all have someone who can make us aware of our unhappiness at work. Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Alyson Shontell
Editor in Chief, Business Insider U.S.
Shana Lebowitz
Strategy Reporter, Business Insider
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