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  • Jeff DeGraff
    How to Win the Innovation Race
    Innovation is less like a sprint or a marathon than a relay race: a team event where the hand-offs between each phase are the most crucial moments of the competition. Bringing together the fastest people won't necessarily ensure a first-place...
  • Women on Board
    Women On Board Cruise - NAWBO Detroit
    Are you ready to connect with Corporate C-Suite Female Executives?Plan now to attend NAWBO Detroit’s, Women on Board Cruise. This is a great event for Women Business Owners, and Women in Management. This cruise provides an opportunity to...
  • Daniel Burrus
    Are We Educating Students for a Future that Doesn’t Exist?
    Few subjects these days are more contentious than education, and rightly so. If our children are our future, it’s essential we do everything we can do educate them properly, to prepare them for what’s to come. But are we schooling our...
  • Kansas City's Network After Work meets next at McFadden's on July 15
    Kansas City's Network After Work meets next at McFadden's on July 15
    The next Network After Work event in Kansas City will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, July 15 at McFadden's, 1330 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO.Network After Work is billed as one of the area's premier face-to-face business...
  • iConic Tour
    Next in the 2015 iConic Tour is Washington, DC on November 11
    This year, Inc. magazine and CNBC will host three one-day iConic Tour experiences to connect with visionaries and provocateurs. The first event took place May 19 in Chicago. Then, the tour went to Los Angeles on June 23. Next up is Washington, DC...
  • Manager Ready Leadership
    JCCC offers Manager Ready Assessment that measures nine competencies
    Johnson County Community College (JCCC) in Overland Park, KS is offering a Manager Ready Assessment that provides insights into the strengths and development needs of current and frontline leaders.The assessment measures nine competencies that are...
  • Grammar Girl helps you to correctly use 101 troublesome words
    Grammar Girl helps you to correctly use 101 troublesome words
    Mignon Fogarty, aka Grammar Girl, shows you how to correctly use 101 troublesome words in her book, 101 Troublesome Words You'll Master in No Time.So, if you are stumped by how to correctly use biweekly, or don't know when to use bring...
  • Jeff DeGraff
    Picture This: Using Visual Aids to Inspire Creativity
    Picture it: this is a phrase that so many creative thinkers use when they're introducing their new project. The best ideas begin with a compelling image. In a single image lies a larger story, a whole series of suggestions, memories from the...
  • Nine Packing Tips for Leaders on the Go
    Packing Tips for Leaders On the Go
    If you are a leader, it’s possible that you will be packing for a business trip soon. After factoring in critical client meetings and the Global Business Travel Association’s projected 2015 U.S. travel spending of $310.2 billion - you...
  • Obama Obama golfing
    This is how distraught Obama is over S.C. church massacre
    In hisofficial White House statementyesterday on the church massacre in Charleston, President Obama decriedwhat he described as the "senseless actions of a coward" who had "once again cut short so many lives with so much promise....
  • Daniel Burrus
    What Makes A Good Leader Today -- And Tomorrow?
    What makes a good leader?Things like integrity, honesty, and personal responsibility immediately come to mind. While those are all vital traits, they’re not the leadership traits I’m addressing right now.There’s a new leadership...
  • Myles Jury exudes the essential talents of every great leader
    Myles Jury exudes the essential talents of every great leader
    Leadership is a quality that some people have. Some people don't. Many people claim they are good leaders, but that's very questionable. Numerous questions abound when one tries to figure out who or what makes a leader? Is a leader born?...
  • Leaders Must Forgive Themselves Portrait
    Leaders Must Forgive Themselves
    Most leaders make plenty of mistakes. How many will accept blame or responsibility for them? No need to forgive oneself if someone else is always to blame right? Why point the finger and play “Ring around the Rosie” when you can stand...
  • Four things tomorrow's leaders are doing today to move forward.
    Four Things Tomorrow's Leaders Are Doing Today
    When Harvard Business Review found that workplace learning was a common thread in the “Best Performing Companies In The World”, Leaders took notice. Building on that news, this Leader started the search for change management learning...
  • Daniel Burrus
    Teach A Man To Fish: Training vs. Education
    Given the transformational changes taking place in every industry, if you received a Ph.D. ten years ago it means you used to know a lot. The need to learn new things, regardless of your age or position in an organization has never been more...
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