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Continuous Learning and its Role in Leadership

by Karlin Sloan One of the best things you can do as a leader is to keep learning no matter your age or level on the org chart. If you don’t learn to grow, advance, and adapt, you’ll probably face … Continue reading

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How to Manage Conflict When You’ve Angered Someone

Ever been late for an appointment and the first thing you do is justify why you’re late?  Or, you anger a co-worker who mis-reads your email of how he can perform better? When you email him back to explain, his … Continue reading

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Delusional Leaders – Eyes Wide Shut

by Holly Green Have you ever watched the TV show Undercover Boss? The “plot” is fairly simple. Each week, the CEO or owner of a business goes undercover as an entry-level employee in his or her own company. S/he typically … Continue reading

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