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Are Leaders Falling Short?

Amy Fox

In a 2015 study, 71 percent of companies worldwide said their leaders are not ready to lead into the future. The same survey found half of companies worldwide believe their leaders are not ready to lead their organizations today. Brandon Hall Group’s State of Leadership Development Study found critical gaps in training, specifically training targeted […]

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What Chaos Are You Experiencing?

Amy Evans

  I ran across this quote from Deepak Chopra recently and it made me stop to think about the “chaos” going on in my world and how excited I am to think that change is happening. With the beginning of summer, chaos is ensuing at work and home. Here is a glimpse into my world… […]

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Stay in the Know: Traits of Extraordinary Leaders

Amy Fox

Today the ABR blog is helping you “stay in the know” by sharing something we came across that we found interesting. We think you will too. There’s a great video on Chief Learning Officer that features best-selling author Jason Jennings (Think Big, Act Small: How America’s Best Performing Companies Keep the Start-up Spirit Alive). In […]

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Project Management: Something’s GOT to Change…But What?

Karrin Frilling

Humans are creatures of habit and routine. I’m sure there is some psychological, scientific explanation as to why that is—but I couldn’t articulate that here. The easy (and very unscientific) summary is that once something becomes familiar, it becomes easy. Thus, the idea that “change is difficult” makes sense. So much so that there is a […]

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