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Resolved for 2015: Invest in Your Portable Capabilities

By Nathan Bennett How quickly things can change.  What was for years dubbed a “war for talent” fought between employers has now become a “war for jobs” fought by employees.  As the recession has eased, as company prospects have improved, and …

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Doug Rieder: A Self-Made Man Shows Today’s Students the Way

Doug Reider found success after graduating from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, and is happy to share his success with current students.

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Who Is Looking Out for No. 1?

Companies need to be structured to match the complexity of the business environment and a COO provides a step in that direction. It’s time to look out for number one by providing them a number two.

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Achieving Leadership & Innovation Success Through Constant Education

Kat Cole talks about the strategies and skills needed to effectively create and manage change in a brand that has had success in over 52 countries and continues to roll out successful new multichannel opportunities.

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Interview with Cinnabon’s Kat Cole continued

Kat Cole talks about the strategies and skills needed to effectively create and manage change in a brand that has had success in over 52 countries and continues to roll out successful new multichannel opportunities.

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Cinnabon: Building Global, Multichannel Success

Kat Cole talks about the strategies and skills needed to effectively create and manage change in a brand that has had success in over 52 countries.

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The future of executive education continued

Organizations want their employees-participants to acquire the knowledge, skills, and creativity needed to lead the company into uncharted territory while simultaneously solving strategic problems.

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Is your board about to pick the wrong CEO, continued

As you see a company begin making plans to replace a CEO, a key indicator of how well the successor will perform comes from understanding how ready and capable the board is of working together.

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How to be a ‘shock absorber’ continued

The way a leader either absorbs or amplifies the threats that result from these situations plays an enormous role in how employees handle a crises.

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Shocks to the system: Does your leader absorb them or make them worse?

Tough times serve as a crucible for revealing the true nature of a leader, and how he or she can handle – or not – the inevitable shocks to the system.

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