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Nancy Cooper tells us how to salvage a toxic workplace.

Author Todd Williams describes his method for identifying, preventing, and recovering from project failure.

The "Toxic Enabler" is the boss who unwittingly creates a toxic workplace. How to tell if you're one, and how to turn yourself and your workplace around. We interview Mitch Kusy and Elizabeth Holloway, co-authors of the outstanding book... more

The most difficult and under-supported transition in the work place is from line worker to front line supervisor. Expert Guy Harris, co-author with Kevin Eikenberry of the new book "From Bud to Boss: Secrets to a Successful Transition to... more

After the merger or acquisition, the hard work starts -- getting two groups to work cooperatively together. When things go badly, smart CEOs call someone like Christine Grimm, who specializes in handling the most difficult client situations.... more

Executive recruiting firms are gearing up for the biggest exit of board members in American history. The increasing obligations of board service make it tougher than ever to recruit qualified directors. In addition, in the face of fierce public scrutiny... more

Tom interviews Mike Taylor of Holland and Knight, on the evergreen topic of Mergers and Acquisitions -- specifically, when to do it, how to do it, why to do it, and what not to do.

Tom interviews Dave Clemons and Mike Kroth, the authors of the new book Managing the Mobile Workforce.

In today’s challenging economic environment the need for improved organizational performance is all around us. Tom Devane is an internationally known management consultant, author, and leadership development coach. He... more

Bob Lieberman of Cultivating Creativity describes how he teaches senior leaders to cultivate creativity in their firms - and what all professionals can learn about this crucial skill set.
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