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To Pitch or Not to Pitch: What Makes A Story

So you want media coverage, preferably on the front page or the first screen.  But is your story newsworthy enough?  […]

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The Four Elements of a Leadership Development Program

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An Ivy League university brought in leadership and management consultant Jim McCormick to help the 30 members of the development […]

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The 3 C’s of Leadership from Top Executive Coaches

Are you working tirelessly to ascend the corporate ranks? Mark Thompson knows just how difficult that can be, and offers some advice on the 3 C’s of leadership that the top executives in the world think can propel you to the top: collaboration, creativity, and credibility. See just how these three factors can help you become an executive in your organization, with advice from some of the most famous and successful executives in the world.

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Sample Leadership Phrases for Performance Appraisals

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Raising the bar in terms of performance expectations isn’t as hard as most employers think.  It’s simply a matter of […]

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Managing Your Peers: From Buddy to Boss

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Being promoted to manager is an exciting prospect for any employee. It also introduces new questions about existing relationships with co-workers. Do you keep your friendships and avoid making tough decisions? Do you put your role first and exert your power as the boss at their expense? Courtney Templin offers advice to new managers and highlights some important steps to making a successful transition from buddy to boss.

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Radical Transparency: How to Build Trust and Boost Performance

“NEARLY one in four U.S. workers say they don’t trust their employer, and only about half believe their employer is […]

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Effective Time Management Strategies: Laying the Foundation

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In their book The Time Trap, authors Alec Mackenzie and Pat Nickerson begin with a reminder that we all have the […]

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