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Reputations Are Built over Time, Not Manufactured Overnight on the Internet

Reputations Are Built over Time, Not Manufactured Overnight on the Internet

I have written articles and blogs over the years that speak to a trend I’ve encountered in the recruiting process, in which people tell gross […]

Closing the Pay Gap Requires Transparency and Commitment

Closing the Pay Gap Requires Transparency and Commitment

Many states have recently adopted laws that require companies of all sizes to close the gender pay gap. The principle underlying these laws is simple: […]

Skill-Building and Connecting Highlight WLC’s Women’s Leadership Workshop

Skill-Building and Connecting Highlight WLC’s Women’s Leadership Workshop

Nearly 70 businesswomen from around the country—some from as far away as Texas and California—attended a day of skill building, leadership training, and networking on […]

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Personality type and burnout

Prevent Burnout At Work By Recognizing Your Personality Type

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Is long-term burnout making you want to quit your job or change careers? If you’re finding it difficult to recharge your batteries even after a […]




Focused messages

To Create Focused Messages, Answer These 3 Questions

How can managers communicate more effectively in today’s business world? One key is to create focused messages that grab the listener’s attention. In an age […]




Supply chains and sourcing

Are Supply Chains And Sourcing Boring? Not When They Provide A Competitive Edge

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For decades after WWII, the military approach to supply chain management and sourcing served private industry perfectly well. Now, however, it does not. Across a […]




Responding to change

8 Ways Managers Can Help Employees Respond More Positively To Change

Given the rapid pace of change and the level of uncertainty and disruption in today’s world, one of the most important skill sets for managers […]



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