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Former intern promoted to CEO at Troy firm

Former intern promoted to CEO at Troy firm | Business strategy and leadership development | Scoop.it
While the positions at Cambridge opened up, new chief says path to success wasn't easy
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Hobby Lobby vilified by left despite adherence to their many left principles

Hobby Lobby vilified by left despite adherence to their many left principles | Business strategy and leadership development | Scoop.it
Following the Supreme Court’s Burwell v Hobby Lobby decision on Monday Hobby Lobby has been vilified by the left-wing media and postings on social media by libe
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This could be a tough marketing situation. How would you handle it if you were in marketing?

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Leadership Development is All About Layering | LinkedIn

Leadership Development is All About Layering | LinkedIn | Business strategy and leadership development | Scoop.it

The challenge of developing future leaders can loom as a daunting prospect. One reason for this view, is the belief that early career experiences and leadership roles are completely distinct entities. In reality, many of the skills required for success at various organizational levels (from supervisor through top management), may overlap and remain critical over time. (Think of communication skills and building teams). If we could approach development as a "layered" phenomenon, likened to the stratum within rock formations — building core strengths over time — we could take a fresh approach. Leadership readiness doesn't materialize as the result of a completed tasks or a completely structured development program. Becoming a capable leader is an evolution — a co-mingling of training, coaching, and exposure to the types of challenge that bring both insight and growth.

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