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Making a Dent in Unconscious Bias

Making a Dent in Unconscious Bias

There’s not a lot you can do to stop unconscious bias—we all have it in one form or another against one “other” or another. But […]

Getting Creative at Work: It’s Not Just for the Select Few

Getting Creative at Work: It’s Not Just for the Select Few

Are your team members reining in their own creative abilities? In a society that views creators with reverence, people may assume that creativity is the […]

The Power of Staying Positive: Strategic Tips for Businesswomen

The Power of Staying Positive: Strategic Tips for Businesswomen

Staying positive in the business world, especially about your own value, isn’t easy. Businesswomen are conditioned to think differently than men, and having self-doubt—often called […]

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Employee feedback

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

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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

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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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