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Are your people afraid? How to minimize fear and maximize trust

by Judith E. Glaser Are your people afraid? I’m not asking if you are a bully or a bad boss, or about the fear about being punished for a well-thought-out plan or product launch that fails. I’m talking about something … Continue reading

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Job Loss from Age Discrimination – Not Taking It Lying Down

…or Please You Better Respect My Generation! Richard L. White, a former director of career services at Rutgers University for 22 years, recently joined three other employees over the age of 60 and sued Rutgers for age discrimination. According to the … Continue reading

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Why is HR Hated?

This was a question posed on LinkedIn that immediately grabbed our attention! Human Resources, by its very name conjures up thoughts of talent, possibility, abundance and valued resources. Yet, often HR gets no respect (to coin a Rodney Dangerfield line). … Continue reading

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10 Misconceptions about leadership training videos

Ever had to suffer through the grainy video or guy with the mustache from the 70s when you took a leadership development course? Leadership training videos can be schlocky, too long, have no credibility, on and on. Just like with … Continue reading

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