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The 7 C’s That Will Help You Communicate Better

The 7 C’s That Will Help You Communicate Better

This article originally appeared on inc.com BY PETER ECONOMY The Leadership Guy @bizzwriter Communication is the heart and soul of any business. We communicate with the people on our teams, we communicate with the people we work for–and with those who work for us–and we communicate with customers, vendors, competitors, and many others. No matter […]

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The Most In-Demand 21st Century Business Skill: Learning Agility

The Most In-Demand 21st Century Business Skill: Learning Agility

This article originally appeared on HuffPost Business By: John T. Delaney Having a diverse skill set is vital in today’s interconnected workforce environment, in which no one is working in a silo. Many people find themselves unexpectedly thrown into cross-functional positions because of a variety of elements, namely technology and globalization. These situations can be […]

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How to Own a Room

How to Own a Room

This article and photo originally appeared on fastcompany.com By Judith Humphrey I was in the ladies restroom at a conference years ago when I met an attractive professional woman in her early 40s. She looked like someone who would be able to win over any audience. She was warm, engaging, and polished. But something was […]

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“For Better or Worse” Leadership

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.com By Janice L. Marturano, Founder and Executive Director, Institute for Mindful Leadership Let me begin by telling you that what I am sharing in this article comes from my experience as a leader. I am not a researcher or a coach or a psychologist. What I know comes from […]

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From Lexington (Ave) to Lexington (KY): navigating change with emotional intelligence

From Lexington (Ave) to Lexington (KY): navigating change with emotional intelligence

* This article was originally published in the Clear Path Executive Coaching Newsletter NYU Stern LDP works closely with Career Path Executive Coaching for collaboration, workshop facilitation and leadership coaching. by Patrice Keitt, Partner at Clear Path Executive Coaching Throughout my career, I’ve insisted that life is too short to do work that is not personally […]

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THE STERN OPPY – FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: PROFESSOR DOLLY CHUGH ON FACING YOUR FEARS

THE STERN OPPY – FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: PROFESSOR DOLLY CHUGH ON FACING YOUR FEARS

This article originally appeared in the Stern Opportunity (The NYU Stern Graduate Student Newspaper) Photo credit: The New York Times Interview by Nick Pulito, MBA Class of 2016 Dolly Chugh is an Associate Professor in the Management and Organizations Department at Stern. I had the pleasure of taking her Leadership in Organizations (LiO) course last […]

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Executives becoming better leaders through mindfulness

* This article was originally published on Economist.com, with professional input from Clear Path Executive Coaching NYU Stern LDP works closely with Career Path Executive Coaching for collaboration, workshop facilitation and leadership coaching. by Laura Montgomery, an independent higher-education consultant Think of qualities and behaviors popularly used to describe effective, authentic leaders: focus, observation, objectivity, balanced decision-making. These […]

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