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Reputations Are Built over Time, Not Manufactured Overnight on the Internet

Reputations Are Built over Time, Not Manufactured Overnight on the Internet

I have written articles and blogs over the years that speak to a trend I’ve encountered in the recruiting process, in which people tell gross […]

Closing the Pay Gap Requires Transparency and Commitment

Closing the Pay Gap Requires Transparency and Commitment

Many states have recently adopted laws that require companies of all sizes to close the gender pay gap. The principle underlying these laws is simple: […]

Skill-Building and Connecting Highlight WLC’s Women’s Leadership Workshop

Skill-Building and Connecting Highlight WLC’s Women’s Leadership Workshop

Nearly 70 businesswomen from around the country—some from as far away as Texas and California—attended a day of skill building, leadership training, and networking on […]

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Organizational agility

To Achieve Organizational Agility, Move Past ‘Command and Control’

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In a conversation about organizational agility with a senior executive, I remarked, “The irony is, it sounds like you believe you sometimes have to be […]




Technologies

3 Perspectives on Emerging Technologies in Business

AMA’s Edgewise podcasts with technology experts have explored some of the tech advancements affecting management and business. Here are three trends for managers to consider: […]




Talent acquisition

A Secret to Talent Acquisition: Great People Collect Great People

The holidays are always a great time to reflect on our lives. Such was the case this holiday season as several interrelated thoughts came crashing […]




Attract talent

Planning Your Company’s ‘Candidate Experience’ to Attract Talent

With unemployment at less than 4%, finding talent has become the biggest issue employers face today. The new buzzword is “candidate experience,” which refers to […]



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