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Five Steps to Using Your Strengths More, Every Day

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Halelly Azulay

We should spend much greater portions of our limited time and energy resources on cultivating our strengths, because that is the only path to true flourishing. More »

Two Can Do It: Learning by Mentoring or Being Mentored

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Halelly Azulay

Mentors are all around you—even some who may not know they are your mentors. To reverse that, you may not be aware of how many people observe and emulate you. More »

The Exodus of Mastery and Its Impact on Healthcare Quality and Cost

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Healthcare employment statistics linked to the Baby Boomer generation have been tracked for decades. This data shows that the majority of the current healthcare workforce is over the age of 45. This group is not demographically balanced by workers under the age of 30, a... More »

A ‘Leadership’ Conversation With Steve Arneson

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Steve Arneson founded Arneson Leadership Consulting in 2007 to provide executive talent management, coaching, and leadership development solutions to corporations and not-for-profit organizations. He was named one of Americas Top 100 thought leaders on leadership for 20... More »

Which to Choose—A Coach or a Mentor?

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Corporate training departments teach job skills to help employees become more effective and successful. Some skills, however, are best learned one-on-oneeither from a coach or a mentor. Coaches work with people whose primary focus is change, while mentors work with peop... More »