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AMA’s Leaders to Watch in 2015

By | Posted Feb 19, 2015 | 4 Comments

Who are the leaders that can make the most impact in 2015? AMA came up with a list of leaders to watch in 2015. See who could be making the most influential contributions this year.

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Strategy Execution: An Interview with Dan King

By | Posted Feb 5, 2015

What is holding your company back from achieving all of its goals? Even with a stellar plan and top talent, sometimes business do not reach their goals. In a recent, exclusive interview, AMA spoke with Dan King to hear his thoughts on how companies can achieve more through strategic execution. See how you can adopt these principles in your own business, and start accomplishing more of your goals.

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Effective Group Contributions: An Interview with Cass Sunstein

By | Posted Feb 4, 2015

Are the best ideas always the ones that make it to the execution stage? Do some ideas remain unspoken in favor of an authority figure’s desires? Cass Sunstein has written about groupthink and social psychology, and recently sat down with AMA for an exclusive interview. See how he would combat groupthink and inspire effective group contributions, so that everyone’s ideas are heard and considered.

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Building a Successful Team: A Lesson from the NFL

By | Posted Feb 2, 2015 | 1 Comment

What can businesses learn from the NFL? In professional football, many different people must work together towards a singular goal to be successful. Your company can learn from how they function to make your own teams more successful. Bestselling author and broadcaster Gerry Sandusky recently answered some of AMA’s questions in an interview that could help you build your team’s success.

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2014 Award Winning AMACOM Books

By | Posted Jan 27, 2015

In 2014, AMA’s publishing branch, AMACOM books, released many different books for business professionals to improve their personal and professional lives. We are proud to announce that several of these books were nominated for and received awards. This article is a list of the books that won, and are valuable resources that can help you better yourself this year.

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9 Things You Should Never Do When Giving a Presentation: AMA Research

By | Posted Jan 22, 2015 | 18 Comments

Do your presentations captivate your audience, or do they leave mostly blank faces? AMA recently conducted a survey on annoying presentation habits, and the results are in.

Top Tips for Keeping Resolutions

By | Posted Jan 8, 2015

Every year, you make a plan to change, and every year, you fail. Does this sound familiar? Making resolutions is the first step, but keeping resolutions is the hart part. Perhaps you need some help in establishing and keeping your resolutions for the year to come. This article is a compilation of resources from AMA that will both help motivate you towards keeping your resolutions, and give you a plan to accomplish your goal.

Top Tips for Performance Appraisals

By | Posted Dec 22, 2014

Performance appraisals are an important tool to provide feedback and establish future goals. They are also one of the least enjoyable parts of being a manager. Not many enjoy delivering bad news, but sometimes that is a necessary task. AMA wants to help you conduct the most productive, successful performance appraisals as possible, and this compilation of tools and tips will provide guidance for both those giving and receiving performance feedback. Turn a widely disliked job into a stepping stone towards success.

How to Throw a Great Office Holiday Party

By | Posted Dec 15, 2014

The holidays are the perfect time to say thank you to your employees for all of their hard work and dedication. The best way to do that is by throwing a great office holiday party. Chris Brown offers five tips to ensure that your party is one to remember. See how you can make it fun for everyone, and properly thank your team in an appropriate way.

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Leadership Qualities All Managers Must Have

By | Posted Nov 14, 2014 | 3 Comments

The divide between managers who manage and leaders who lead is gone. In today’s workplace, managers must be effective leaders too. While some managers are great at emphasizing the operational aspect of the job, they lack the leadership skills to bring out their employees’ potential. Jackie Green knows that this disconnect can bring about bad results, and offers her thoughts on what leadership qualities all managers must have.

Stuck in Your Job? Close the 33% Gap Holding You Back

By | Posted Oct 30, 2014

Have you been mired in the same position for what feels like forever? Perhaps you’re not getting the best career advice out there. Most women do not know that they need to have financial acumen skills to be considered for a promotion in their company. You can get ahead by sharpening your business, strategic and financial acumen skills, says Marina Theodotou. In a competitive business world, closing the 33% gap that is made up by these three skills can get keep you ahead of the pack.

Will PMP Certification Benefit You?

By | Posted Oct 24, 2014

We’ve posted on the benefits of PMP® certification before, but AMA wants to know what you think: Will getting the […]

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