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What a Famous General’s Little Black Book Can Teach Corporate America
Gen. George C. Marshall had a knack for spotting high potentials—a talent that may have contributed to the success of the Allies in WWII.
Posted: 24 May, 2016, by Jim Thomas, Ph.D.
Transacting Business Outside of Technology
In the same way we adopt technology to improve process efficiencies, we can implement people processes to improve interaction efficiencies.
Posted: 20 May, 2016, by Victor Magdaraog
What an MBA Program Won’t Teach You About Leadership
MBA programs don’t develop all of the critical skills leaders need. In some ways, a humanities degree is more valuable.
Posted: 16 May, 2016, by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
An Answer Book, 3 Questions, and 1 Big Concern
New research from Brandon Hall Group sheds light on learning strategies, analytics, and development investment.
Posted: 13 May, 2016, by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
The Downside of Deep Work
A new book says “deep work” is the best way to produce work that’s valued. But isn’t working well with others valuable, too?
Posted: 06 May, 2016, by Craig Irons
Is Your Boss Easier to Train Than a Dog?
Your relationship with your boss is paramount – it can make or break your career. Use these tips to make your relationship with your boss a better one.
Posted: 28 Apr, 2016, by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
Look Inside a Mom’s Head and You’ll Find a Leader
Here’s the great little secret of motherhood: The superpower of all great motherhood communications is leadership.
Posted: 25 Apr, 2016, by Tacy Byham, Ph.D.
To Become More Visionary, Become Stronger at Visualization
Information visualization has emerged as the linchpin leadership skill between business complexity and compelling messaging.
Posted: 13 Apr, 2016, by Evan Sinar, Ph.D.
Titles Don’t Make Leaders
A leadership legacy is not defined by title or position, but by the impact we have on people’s lives.
Posted: 24 Mar, 2016, by Amanda Munsch
5 Opportunities to Narrow the #LearningPerforming Gap
Learn 5 ways to close the #LearningPerforming gap by reimaging how you think about fusing technology with your L&D practices.
Posted: 11 Mar, 2016, by Barry Stern and Russ White
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