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Integrating the Needs of CEOs with Training Initiatives

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Every year, studies explore the challenges and needs of CEOs around the world. And while changing economic conditions and accelerating technology have shifted leaders focus in recent years, studies show that CEOs still focus on the same objectivessales and profit. Even ... More »

Navigating the Professional Worlds of the Consultant: Two Perspectives from Christina Gibson Williams and Kathryn Gaines

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Whether you are consulting internally or externally, with a large not-for-profit or a small startup, in manufacturing or sales, there are many commonalities. There are also differences in dynamics and experiences based upon the role in which you function as a consultant... More »

Nine Keys to Leading the Workforce of the Future

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My passionate belief has been, and is today, that leadership is a matter of how to be, not how to do. Yet it is what leaders donot what leaders arethat others see and judge. So what can a leader do? Define a clear vision that has its foundation in the organizations valu... More »

Looking Out the Window at the Future of Learning

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The late Peter Drucker once commented, I never predict. I simply look out the window and see what is visible but not yet seen. In the spirit of Peters remark, Lisa Shannonassociate publisher at Pfeiffer, a Wiley Imprintand I sat down in the Wiley offices in San Francisc... More »

Leading with Your External and Internal Customers

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Mark David Jones

Youve probably heard the acronym VIP, which is commonly defined as very important person. But to develop a more personalized kind of relationship, many benchmark companies have shifted the meaning of VIP to very individual person. More »