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Putting Employees First: A Leadership Strategy That Works

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Rulon Stacey

Any business in the world will only be as successful as it is in meeting the needs of its customers. The trick for leaders is to know how best to do that, and who really does it. The simple truth, of course, is employees make the difference, and only those companies who... More »

Developing a Comprehensive Pipeline Strategy: More than Recruiting and Retention

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Judith H. Katz

To keep up and stay ahead, companies are chasing after a talented, diverse workforce. While many organizations address this by more proactive hiring, mentoring, and development practices, few make it a comprehensive structure with critically connected pieces. Instead, e... More »

Influence Skills for Performance Consultants

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Kevin Nourse

Susan, an internal performance consultant in a healthcare organization, is faced with a particularly challenging situation. Steve, a finance vice-president, has requested that Susan conduct a morale-building workshop for managers in his group. Having worked in the organ... More »

Gender Differences in Management Style

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Catherine Madden

Have you ever felt completely misunderstood by a member of the opposite sex? No matter how clearly you give directions they just don't understand? This is not surprising, since research shows men and women communicate as if from different cultures. Girls and boys are ta... More »

Ignoring Sexual Harassment Just Got More Expensive: Five Tips To Prevent Lawsuits

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Judith Lindenberger

My first job after graduate school was working for the U.S. federal government in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). A few months into the job, a woman air traffic controller sued her boss and co-workers in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for creating a... More »