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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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Real leadership

It’s Real Leadership We Need Today, Not “New” Leadership

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“Leadership is dead! Long live leadership!” This should be our modern-day mantra, allowing for every fad, survey, or new statistic loudly proclaiming that leadership as […]




Complex decisions

Avoid Mental Mistakes When Making Complex Decisions

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Why do most people find it difficult to make complex decisions? One obstacle is that a lifetime of decision making causes us to make mental […]




Team leadership

Team Leadership: Is There a Downside to Being “Nice” as a Manager?

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Ken is a senior manager at a major company. By all accounts, he’s pleasant and agreeable to work with. Everyone at the company thinks he’s a […]




Leading as an introvert

Introverts as Leaders: How to Be an Effective Manager as an Introvert

Are introverts just as suited to leadership roles as their extroverted colleagues? Our growing understanding of leadership tells us this is the case. When researchers […]



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