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Differentiation Is Essential in Business, but Comes at a Cost

Differentiation Is Essential in Business, but Comes at a Cost

On a social level, humans are hard-wired to be part of a tribe. Growing up, we want to fit in with our peers whether in […]

To Build Trust on Your Team, Practice 3 Fundamentals

To Build Trust on Your Team, Practice 3 Fundamentals

Trust is the oxygen in a team’s lifeblood. Think about a team you’ve been on where trust was strong. You could breathe. You had the […]

Putting C-Suite Succession Planning in Corporate Strategy

Putting C-Suite Succession Planning in Corporate Strategy

Transitions in the C-suite are critical moments in an organization’s trajectory. The disproportionate power that C-suite executives have over the direction and operations of a […]

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Male mentors for women

4 Benefits of Male Mentors for Women in Business

Like many women in engineering, I spent the majority of my career as a leader in a male-dominated organization. I sought out women to mentor […]




Compassion in business

Celebrating Achievements, Declaring Goals, and Talking About Compassion in Business

Attendees at the AMA Women’s Leadership Center’s “Summer Soiree” this June enjoyed networking over wine and cheese, a celebration of accomplishments and goals, and a […]




Human-machine collaboration

Work in the Emerging Era of Human-Machine Collaboration

As companies experiment with artificial intelligence (AI), human-machine collaboration is emerging as a promising area of improved outcomes. While large companies tend to focus on […]




Generational gearbox for talent development

Applying a Generational Gearbox to Female Executive Development

The women of three generations—Baby Boomers, Generation X’ers, and Millennials—have experienced unique passages through their formative years (the first 18 to 23 years of life). […]



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