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Richard Edelman - Edelman’s annual “Trust Barometer” surveys opinion elites and mass populations across 27 nations, including both developing and developed countries. The latest statistics show a flat-lining trust in business along with more calls for regulation—in spite of steadily dropping confidence in government officials and their ability to get this done. (DVD or Video Streaming)
We can minimize gender bias by knowingly avoiding stereotypes as shortcuts. Additional strategies include setting clear evaluation criteria before the evaluation process begins and then adhering to them, holding decision makers accountable for their decisions, measuring and reporting our organization’s progress in gender fairness, and legitimating women leaders by vouching for their competence.
Professor Neale debunks common negotiation myths as she shares the results of empirical research on negotiating strategies and the process of “mutual influence” that drives negotiation. (DVD or Video Streaming)
The head of Aflac knows from success and it didn’t take a magic formula for him to achieve it. He believes that two communication philosophies—listening to employees and setting clear expectations—have propelled Aflac to their current status.
There’s always going to be something for you to be stressed out over. But how you handle that stress is what’s truly important. In this program, experts from Stanford explain what causes stress in the first place, and how you can keep it from controlling your life.
Many back injuries can be prevented with the use of specific lifting techniques that maintain proper alignment and support the back throughout the lifting process.
If you can see it, you can be it.” Based on 25 years of experience in Silicon Valley, David DeWalt’s first principle for building a successful enterprise is to communicate a strategic vision—capturing employee loyalty
How do you take an idea and turn it into a 100-million dollar enterprise—seemingly overnight? Based on five years of academic research, Amy Wilkinson has isolated six entrepreneurial skills that can carry an idea from start-up to scale in the midst of this rapidly changing economy. Free Online Preview
Cynthia Montgomery Professor at the Harvard Business School makes the case for bringing people back into the equation. Though you start with ideas, you need leaders to construct a company that brings these ideas to fruition. Leadership is required to define your purpose and form a management model that carries it out.