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Empathy Is the Superpower of Employee Coaching

Empathy Is the Superpower of Employee Coaching

Great coaching is not easy, because it is always asking people to change. Sometimes people are not ready to change. Even when they are, change […]

The ‘Soft Skills’ That Make Women Stronger Leaders

The ‘Soft Skills’ That Make Women Stronger Leaders

It may be called a “soft skill,” but emotional intelligence is one of the most valuable proficiencies a woman leader can master—both for her own […]

8 Keys to Building an Engaging, Employee-Centric Culture

8 Keys to Building an Engaging, Employee-Centric Culture

A unified corporate culture is vital. It’s not all about accolades, awards, and status. It’s about being successful. Simply put, a strong company culture builds […]

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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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Are you Eliot Burdett, partner at Peak Sales Recruiting provides seven reasons why promoting your top sellers might do more harm than good for your organization.




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5 Questions To Ask On Your First Day Managing A New Team

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The first day as a new manager can be tough. Prepare for a productive first day by asking these five questions recommended by Katy Tynan, Managing Director of CoreAxis Consulting.



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