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Lack of Soft Skills Could Mean Closed Doors

I ran across an interesting article in Philly.com that really got me thinking -- "Employers: Entry-Level Applicants Are Just About Useless." It highlighted the results of a new study about the gap between employers’ perceptions and the...

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The Perfect (Brain) Storm

Never been in an effective brainstorming meeting? You’re not alone. Many of us have participated in brainstorming sessions that yielded no tangible results.

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Millennials vs. Boomers (and some Gen Xers): Bridge the Generation Gap for a Productive, Harmonious Workplace (Part 2 of 2)

If you have new hires that come from the generation called the Millennials (otherwise known as Generation Y), you might be shaking your head, wondering why they do the things they do and don’t do the things that you wish they’d do.

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Millennial vs. Boomers (and some Gen Xers): Bridge the Generation Gap for a Productive, Harmonious Workplace

Senior BRODY training consultant Amy Glass was just featured in the spring 2013 issue of Selling Power Magazine, talking about coaching for the new generation of sales reps, the Millenials. Her interview got me thinking about the so-called...

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Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women - Part 2

I’m still thinking about the amazing achievements of the women on this year’s annual Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women list.

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Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women

Forbes recently released its annual “100 Most Powerful Women” list.

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The Depth of Leadership

At the surface level, a leader is merely one who leads others. That sounds pretty simple, so what’s all the fuss about? Yet, at the same time, leadership can reach into and transform every aspect of a person’s being. Are great leaders born, or made?...

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Business Phone Calls: Be Mindful of Your Vocal Velocity, Volume and Pitch (part 2 of 2)

In my previous blog post I talked about the importance of one’s voice during business calls.

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