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If you are new to management, stepping into the role for the first time can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help navigate through the transition if you are new to this type of role.
Yes, that’s me with my astounding “Washington, DC” neon-handwritten wallet bag. And headphones. I make no pretense to be stylish as I age. Frankly it’s getting worse every year. But if I’ve become somewhat slovenly, maybe even a bit of a shlep, I am pointing the finger straight at this policy-oriented city in which I’veRead… Read more »
Do you remember The Miracle on Ice? Northwestern’s Cinderella football season in 1995? The Bulls’ two three-peats? Then you probably remember reading and hearing lots about about Herb Brooks, Gary Barnett and Phil Jackson. With the World Cup upon us, we’re seeing almost as much focus on each team’s coach as we are its starRead… Read more »
A well-designed leadership development program is essential to identifying, attracting, filling, and retaining employee leadership. By using a consistent talent management program at all levels across the organization, future leaders are developed fruitfully. Leadership programs truly shape the success of business processes like hiring strategies, employee development, and career succession planning. Did you know thatRead… Read more »
I spent this Saturday in a 5 hour session all about the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) and how to translate an understanding about personality types into a tool to help navigate the workplace. If you’re not familiar with the assessment, it’s a quick quiz that determines your personality type along 4 trait dichotomies. In anRead… Read more »