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Helping New Managers Learn To Be Managers

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Of all the steps up the business ladder, the move from seasoned professional to frontline management is the most difficult, according to an Equation Research survey that asked HR and learning professionals which career transition is most difficult for employees. The sur... More »

Cultivating Leadership Moments

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Lisa Haneberg

As a training and development professional, you probably have been asked this question more than once: What is the difference between management and leadership? My perspective on this might differ from yours or from what you have heard or read in leadership books. First... More »

The Future of Leadership

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A quick look at the literature on leadership theories shows how this field has been under constant change--from trait theories of leadership, where leaders were defined based on their exhibited traits, to contingency and situational leadership theories, where leaders' s... More »

Career Progress: A Search for Leadership Opportunities

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Even the most empowered employees often feel it is up to management to tap them on the shoulders and offer them a new position. Because people think management holds all the strings, frustration leads the more vocal to complain, while the rest simmer in silent resentmen... More »

Onboarding for Executive Development Practitioners

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Executive onboarding helps accelerate the productivity of a new executive, and provides a new, unique, and challenging role for executive development practitioners. Without question, the most significant difference in working at the executive level is that everything is... More »