Leadership and Career

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Changing your perceptions and your own behavior can be key to overcoming a challenge. Linda Henman encourages leaders to turn off behavior “autopilot” to make sure what they’re doing is really working. Too often discussions of attitudes, values and beliefs...

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Leadership in the Time of COVID-19

As companies have begun making deep cuts, several examples have emerged of how to make and communicate tough decisions in a crisis – laudable ones and regrettable ones alike. Kearney’s John Kurtz discusses corporate leadership, behaviors and ethics in troubled...

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Every decision starts with a belief. That is, we base our decisions on what we know to be true — what we believe. As Linda Henman writes, sometimes, however, we believe something that isn’t true.  Both intellectual and emotional, beliefs...

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