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In Dubailand, and now, home again

by Dr. Randall P. White Here’s the view from my phone in Dubailand. It’s truly an amazing place. I was there for the first time this past weekend teaching a leadership program through Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. A[...]

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Who knows?

Alfred E. Perlman predicted, “Learning is what most adults will do for a living in the 21st century.” If ever there were an opportunity to learn something about leadership it’s 4Q 2008. And if you’re diligent and inquisitive you can[...]

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There are ways to escape the narcissistic bosses

You’re bound to run into narcissistic bosses at some point in your career, because such personalities gravitate toward leadership. “Most public leaders have a large streak of narcissism in them or I don’t think they’d be able to lead,” says[...]

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Sandra Shullman on “all inclusive internet”

Many companies are missing out on a potential pool of customers — and workers — by not making their Web sites as accessible as possible to older adults and people with disabilities. But, experts say, there are some simple things[...]

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Strategic training and long term goals

By Dr. Sandra Shullman Anticipating long-term company goals is a good way to build a solid training program, said Sandra Shullman, managing director for Executive Development Group – Ohio, which is a national group that specializes in leadership and executive[...]

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