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Debra Holschuh-Houden

Recently, I read a short article that highlighted the findings of the Harvard Study of Adult Development (formerly known as the Harvard Longitudinal Study, and the Harvard Grant Study, but most widely... Read More

Charles West
Sales: A Fast-Changing Landscape
by: Charles WestWednesday, August 21, 2013

In my last blog, I noted that of the 15 million people working in sales today, only 4 million will be in sales by the year 2020. The Internet is the most efficient salesperson in every company today... Read More

John McKeller

It’s hard to argue with an idea that’s sold millions of books! “Everybody knows” the world is becoming “flat”…but is it really? Well, that depends. One of... Read More

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Managers as Career Coaches…For Better or Worse
by: Steve KingWednesday, April 24, 2013

When individual contributors become people managers, they are faced with a collection of paradoxes that define what it means to be a manager. New managers are suddenly responsible for what others do,... Read More