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We Need Physical Distance, Not Social Distance 

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. Work from home, don’t meet in person – or if you must get together, keep your social distance! As we increase our efforts to fend off the spread of the COVID-19, we need to watch that we aren’t worsening another threat to public health: loneliness. The “loneliness epidemic” has seen rates double…

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How to Know What Someone is Thinking About You (Especially Under Stress)

  Adele Cehrs, CEO / Founder, When + How Agency Chip Massey, Former FBI Hostage Negotiator and Special Agent, Partner, When + How Agency Have you ever had a conversation with a new acquaintance, business associate or client that’s gotten off on the wrong foot? Or worse, gone totally off the rails and smashed right into the side of…

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In Crisis Is Opportunity

“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.” – Helen Keller Richard S. Levick, Esq., Chairman & CEO, LEVICK The last few weeks have been difficult, made worse by the fact that we know it is all about to get much worse in April. “America First” now means we are first in number of coronavirus infections,…

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Leadership in Action in a Crisis: Governor Andrew Cuomo

Leslie Grossman,  The Voice for Courageous Collaborative Leadership Among Women and Men In the midst of a crisis, we look to our leaders to enable us to endure and persist. I have been listening to Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York State speak at his daily press conferences addressing the Covid-19 pandemic. I have been…

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Lead Like an Ally

Julie Kratz, Leadership Trainer Why Fixing Women Is Not Working If you Google “women’s leadership books,” you will likely find titles that tout confidence, risk taking, influencing, and negotiation. In my first book, Pivot Point, I too identified authenticity, confidence, having a plan, connecting with purpose, influence, and negotiation skills as critical gap areas for…

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Are You One Of Those? 16 Not-To-Be’s

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Are you one of those?  You know, those office mates who talk too much, mooch from you/others, blame everyone etc.  They are everywhere and, yes, we all can be one without realizing it. A new book, Small Mistakes, BIG Consequences, by Anne Corley Baum, will help you discover 16 personality types. …

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Four Questions to Ask Yourself Before Shopping for Podcasting Equipment

Neil Garrett, VP Marketing, uStudio So you’ve decided to launch a corporate podcast. That’s a great idea! Private business podcasts offer a convenient, cost-effective, and secure way to connect and share information with employees, particularly those working remotely or traveling for work.  The decision to implement a private podcast is a critical first step to…

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Sabotaging Your Career? 10 Things To Stop Doing Now

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Are you sabotaging your career with your bad habits?  We all have bad habits.  The trick is recognizing  and working to correct them.  Becoming self-aware is important in your career.  Don’t become your own worst enemy, start correcting these bad habits now.  Lateness – Constantly arriving late to the office,…

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Hamed Wardak On Why People May No Longer Talk To Each Other

  “I don’t think people are going to talk in the future.  They’re going to communicate through eye contact, body language, emojis, signs,” said rapper Kanye West.  While his comments may not arouse as much controversy as some of his other actions or statements, these signs of the digital kind do matter to marketers. A…

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Communication in Business Leadership

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR Communication is a core foundation of leadership as successful communication and powerful leadership are closely related. A great leader understands the exchanging of information is crucial to relationships within an organization and outside of it and will work at developing the skills needed to address the ever-changing needs of their business.  …

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Trump Becomes (Almost) Transcendently Non-Partisan

Dan Hill, Ph.D. The president is no longer an apprentice. This was Donald Trump’s third and, at times, probably his best (delivered) State of the Union speech. What people tend to remember are openings, closings and peak moments in experiencing an event and Trump, ever the showman, provided a real doozy of an opening. Always…

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State of the Union Analysis

Arthur Solomon, Public Relations Consultant There are few things as certain in the political spectrum as that the State of the Union speech will disappoint, and last night’s was no exception. From a political point of view, the president’s State of the Union speech was a flop; it was bound to be because the public…

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