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Women in Leadership Can Hone Their Skills in AMA’s New Certificate Program

Women in Leadership Can Hone Their Skills in AMA’s New Certificate Program

Women in leadership positions or just about to step up to one will now have the powerful backing of AMA’s Women’s Leadership Certificate, earned upon […]

Developing the Space for Employees to Experiment and Create

Developing the Space for Employees to Experiment and Create

Employees who experiment, learn, and put their best skills to use can achieve great results. So how can managers encourage such activities on their teams? […]

Stop Punishing Failure in the Workplace, and Start Rewarding It

Stop Punishing Failure in the Workplace, and Start Rewarding It

Failure is an inevitable part of life. So why is it so often met with punishment? Negative reinforcement might be helpful when studying lab rats, […]

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Employee feedback

How to Give Employee Feedback So It’s Useful and Welcome

Research conducted by Jeanne Meister and Karie Willyerd, authors of The 2020 Workplace (HarperBusiness), revealed a contradiction concerning employee feedback: Of eight managerial capabilities and […]




New manager

Where to Find Support as a New Manager

Imagine waking up one morning and finding yourself in a different country. Your house is the same, but everything else has changed. People are speaking a different […]




Building confidence

Risk and Reward: Taking a Chance Fuels Confidence

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How do you reinvent yourself when you’re suddenly without a job? How do you face a world that doesn’t respect your career history and accomplishments? […]




Leadership traits

Leadership Traits: Balancing the Loud and the Quiet

The stereotypical CEO in movies and TV is overwhelmingly loud. The reality for CEOs and other executives is more complex. Recently, Russell Reynolds Associates and […]



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