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Drilling to the Core of Training and Education

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Geri McArdle

Facing a wave of retirements and a shortage of experienced replacements, this oil company developed a comprehensive development program for employees at all stages of their careers. More »

On the Case

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Marsha Dollarhide

At the Defense Acquisition University, case studies are an integral part of its program manager’s development course. Here’s how to make best use of them. More »

Take a Walk in Our Shoes: The Need for Disabilities Awareness Training

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Unawareness of how to appropriately interact with people with disabilities is the largest barrier to the successful employment of people with disabilities. "I said, 'Come walk down the hall with me!'" That is what one person recounted during a disabilities awareness tra... More »

Learning and Billable Hours

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Unsure of what to expect, Howrey associate Melinda Lackey looked around the room nervously and wondered, not for the first time, why her firm had brought her and 19 other first-year lawyers to Washington, D.C., for a two-and-a-half day academy on how to take depositions... More »

Demystifying the EI Quick Fix

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Are leaders born or made? In 2006, Warren Bennis said, "The most dangerous myth is that leaders are born - that there is a genetic factor to leadership, that people have certain charismatic qualities or not. That's nonsense. Leaders are made rather than born." Daniel Go... More »