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3 Trainer Tips When You Don’t Know What Your Class Thinks

by Helen Whelan I just took a course over the weekend to learn how to code.  I’m not a Geek by any stretch but I’ve worked with some great programmers and I admire their creativity.  I’ve dabble with coding myself … Continue reading

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Watch Out for the Woman Bully Boss

By Sandra Ford Walston Forty percent of bullies are women, and when women are bullies, they choose women as targets 71% of the time. Sadly, when the bully finds his or her target, the target pays with his or her … Continue reading

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Revealing Vulnerability, a Courageous Leadership Action

by Sandra Ford Walston Easily distracted by our projections about people’s personalities, we forget to focus on a critical courageous leadership action: revealing vulnerability. While preparing a presentation on courageous leadership for a Fortune 500 company, my client and I … Continue reading

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