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When you are in a leadership position, vision, integrity & compassion are infinitely more important than the words you say. These three traits are as important to your survival as air, food, and water.

Why Leaders Need Vision, Integrity & Compassion to Succeed

When you are in a leadership position, vision, integrity & compassion are infinitely more important than the words you say. These three traits are as important to your survival as air, food, and water.

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Posted in Career Development, Latest News, Leadership

Managing Conflict in the Workplace with Martial Arts Thinking

Centering and visualization techniques from Aikido will let you effectively manage conflict, survive office politics, and keep your sanity.

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Posted in Organizations

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When Women Lead

True leaders have patience, flexibility, vision; they inspire, listen, teach, coach, mentor, build relationships. And that’s just for starters. What it takes to lead, particularly in this global, diverse economy, is not for the faint of heart.

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Posted in Leadership, Organizations, Women

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Book Review: The Ugly Truth about Managing People

King collects some basic management situations and horror stories – everything from “we had to find a compromise” to “my client was sexually harassed by his former boss” – and extracts some basic kernels of wisdom, then explains how to apply them to your company.

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Posted in Books, Organizations, Talent Management, Thought Leadership

Minority executives that have reached corporate senior management have followed many different trajectories but they share some core values and attributes. Read more to learn about 10 Steps you will need to take to move to the top of the corporate ladder.

Ten Steps to Senior Management by Charmon Parker Williams

Minority executives that have reached corporate senior management have followed many different trajectories but they share some core values and attributes. Read more to learn about 10 Steps you will need to take to move to the top of the corporate ladder.

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Posted in Career Development, Leadership

Perhaps someday in the coming decades, people of color in America will be able to celebrate life without another less tangible barrier: the infamous glass ceiling.

A Closer Look – The Making of Minority Executives in America by Jean Williams

Perhaps someday in the coming decades, people of color in America will be able to celebrate life without another less tangible barrier: the infamous glass ceiling.

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Posted in Career Development, Executives, Organizations

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Managing Age Groups in the Workplace By Calvin Bruce, CPC

In most American corporations, what complicates the matter is the fact that managers are tasked with overseeing the day-to-day performance and contribution of employees representing a wide range of ages — from the early 20s into the 60s.

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Posted in Generations, Organizations