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7 Views on Leadership to Guide You in the New Year

7 Views on Leadership to Guide You in the New Year

AMA’s discussions with thought leaders underscore the responsibilities of business leadership, which demands both strategic thinking capabilities and strong people skills. Here’s a sampling of […]

The Businesswoman’s Strategy for Landing the Perfect Job after Time Away

The Businesswoman’s Strategy for Landing the Perfect Job after Time Away

Returning to the business world after being away for a few years—because you had kids or because you were laid off—can be a hard transition, […]

To Lead in a Complex Economy, Develop the Power of Persuasion

To Lead in a Complex Economy, Develop the Power of Persuasion

In the age of disruption, the skills of persuasion and communication become even more important in selling ideas and advancing careers. Carmine Gallo, president of […]

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3 Ways to Reduce Inappropriate Expense Report Requests

Looking for an easy way to help your organization meet their bottom line? Follow these three tips from Tim Hird, Executive Director of Robert Half Management, to help reduce the amount of inappropriate expense report requests.




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Do Employee Skills Sync With Company Goals? AMA Survey Says No.

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Are you looking for ways to hold on to your top talent? AMA recently surveyed 223 people at the 2016 ATD International Conference and Exposition. Read the results here and elevate your employees’ skills to meet organizational objectives.




State of Being: Why Every Leader Needs to Master This Skill

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The key to mindful leadership is making decisions that are aligned with your inner values. Marlene Chism, author of “No Drama Leadership,” provides three questions for you to consider before diving into a decision you may regret.




Three Techniques to Minimize Gender Bias in Performance Evaluations

Why aren’t more women making it to the C-Suite level? Your organization has the ability to change this trend by making performance evaluations as fair as possible. Andrea S. Kramer and Alton B. Harris, authors of ‘Breaking Through Bias,’ outline three simple methods you can apply to the evaluation process.



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