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Emotional Intelligence & Conflict Resolution

Statistics speak to the need for improved Emotional Intelligence in the workforce. The typical manager spends 25-40% of his or her time dealing with workplace conflicts. That’s one to two days of every work week (Washington Business Journal, May 2005).

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Men Need to Care More & Women Need to Care Less

Men Need to Care More & Women Need to Care Less

Men and women face overwhelming cultural shifts in work expectations and home life responsibilities. Both genders desire to have successful career and family lives, but how do those two goals mesh with each other? Trends suggest they are still a long way from finding a happy marriage.

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Pope Benedict

Lessons from the Catholic Church: Succession Planning?

Champ Rawls of The Rawls Group in Orlando, FL makes a good case for the correlation between Catholic Church leadership and succession planning. With Pope Benedict’s recent decision to step down, Rawls draws attention to the striking similarities between the responsibilities of the Pope and of a business leader.

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Senior Manager Fatal Flaws

“Yoda” Leader

Harvard Business Review recently published a list of ten charts from 2013. The list included a Senior Manager’s Fatal Flaws chart from Zenger Folkman which revealed that the biggest flaw in management is lacking the ability to develop others.

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