5 results for author: Mary Key, Ph.D.


New Skills for Leaders Now and in the Future

A key factor that separates good leaders from great leaders is the ability to be an agile learner. Learning agility is a competency which describes a person's speed to learn under new and challenging conditions. Take the newly hired VP of Marketing who was ...
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Missing Out on “Bro-fessional” Relationships?

Being excluded bothers me. I admit it. I'm talking about the casual get-togethers and informal social events where my male professional peers share information, make introductions, and generally bond. Being excluded leaves me feeling like there's still an ...
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Learn a New Interviewing Process to Hire Top Talent

Hiring mistakes can make or break a company. Hiring for a critical position or hiring with limited resources can put even a strong company in peril. A hiring mistake can undo the momentum gained from landing several new customers and quickly eradicate ...
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Women Win With Transformational Leadership

While more than 10 years old and challenged for relying on students to measure workplace attitudes, Harvard Business School's much-discussed "Heidi/Howard" study, still rings fundamentally true—and it points toward an alternative way women in leadership ...
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Why Boards Need More Women

Just as it's true for work teams, diversity on boards leads to increased innovation, productivity, and performance. When different perspectives are represented—various ages, educational backgrounds, and expertise—boards operate more effectively, according ...
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