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I’ve learned from history that so much of leadership is helping people deal with change and understand how change happens.
Lean in: women, work and the will to lead — Sheryl Sandberg
What do CEO’s need in their boards of directors?
A conversation with Korn/Ferry International’s BECKY STEIN and ANDREW LIPSHER.
The Estée Lauder Companies offices in Hong Kong, strategically towering over the iconic Victoria Harbor, are the epitome of the skincare company’s push into the Asian market – especially China.
As I was leaving my local Citibank branch the other day, a customer service rep flagged me down.
Not long ago, I bought some really old tools. They were made of stone and found in a field in France.
A new study delineates what leadership must look like today.
By the end of 2013, the next product to shake up the technology world will hit the market.
Organizations are rediscovering the importance of face-to-face interaction.
As one of the founders of the Jepson School for Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond in Virginia.
When there is trust in what you say, there will be belief in what you do.
Before A.G. Lafley spent 33 years at Procter & Gamble and became its game-changing CEO for his last decade at the consumer products giant.
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