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From Being Unforgettable to Getting Over Fear Of Risk: The Most Popular Leadership Stories In Leadership May 4-8

This week, we learned how break the vicious cycle of self-criticism and make a great, and lasting, impression on those around us.Here are the stories you loved in Leadership for the week of May 4.With the average adult receiving (and mostly ignoring
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12 Lessons From Business Leaders' Moms

The first teacher most of us have is our mother. She shows us how to brush our teeth, tie our shoes, and look both ways before crossing the street, but her most powerful lessons are handed down by the example she sets.My mother, Georgia Poythress,
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The Pipeline Isn't The Problem: Dissecting The Real Gender Bias In Tech Positions

Leyla Seka almost quit her job at Salesforce after reaching a point of frustration that she’d be stuck in her position. She wasn’t confident in her achievements and didn’t know how to code so she thought she’d never move up.Talented women like Seka
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Diane von Furstenberg's Strategies On How To Lead And When To Get Out Of The Way

Leaders from every industry often claim there’s no "I" in team in an effort to rally their troops. But to hear Diane von Furstenberg talk about the decades she's spent at the helm of her eponymous brand, it’s not hard to see how she would argue that
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Experts Share The Best And Worst Productivity Advice

Your ability to think, work, and create faster, smarter, and with a more innovative edge will differentiate you from your competition. Maintaining that competitive advantage requires time, patience, drive, and the consistent refinement of your
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The Case For Subjective Employee Evaluations

Evaluation is a big and controversial word.Articles appear regularly about performance evaluations and the large sums of money spent on them. The evaluations of these evaluation processes are mostly negative. Workers and managers dread them and
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Three Steps To End Office Gossip

Gossip not only kills morale; it kills the bottom line.No matter its delivery—an eye roll, whispered caution about a supervisor’s temper, old-fashioned talking behind someone’s back—gossip in any form is a symptom of a large and damaging problem. If
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How Do I Keep Work From Bleeding Into My Personal Life?

If someone 20 years ago was told that they would be inseparable from a pocket-sized rectangle that kept them constantly connected to their jobs, they probably wouldn't believe you.And while now most of us can't imagine not checking in on work in our
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Ask the Expert: Social Media Etiquette Advice from a Vine Star

Ask the Expert: Social Media Etiquette Advice from a Vine StarHis 1.5 million fans would vouch for him.How do you network on Twitter without being a complete sleaze? Jason Nash answers all your burning questions...... Read Original : Ask the Expert
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How To Set Boundaries Without Looking Like A Slacker

Maybe you have a coworker who always seems to get out of taking on his or her fair share of work, or your boss continues to flood your inbox with new projects when you’re already drowning. Chances are that you have felt the need to set boundaries at

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