October 04, 2007
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...
July 10, 2007
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
March 13, 2007
Jerry W. Gilley
For decades, many human resource development programs have suffered
from a poor image because organizational leaders, managers, and
employees do not view them and their professionals as vital,
contributing members of the organization. Some HRD programs are not perceived...
March 03, 2007
Peer support groups can help managers succeed more and work less.
Most managers have few resources and places to turn to get advice
on marketing, strategic planning, hiring, leading change, and so
forth. One of the most powerful steps a leader can take is to find a grou...
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