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Who's On the Bench

September 13, 2007
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The Atlanta Falcons put all their faith in one guy. You and your managers would do well to learn form this and not do the same thing.
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Running With the ‘Knuckleheads’

June 5, 2007
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Leadership Expert Likes Chinas Family Values

March 26, 2007
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Teresa Woodland, an American who runs a Beijing-based consultancy, says China’s adaptable people and continual changes appeal to her.
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China Matters Podcasts

March 12, 2007
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Staff writer Ed Frauenheim recently interviewed several leading workforce management professionals in China, a nation undergoing rapid economic transformation. This series of podcasts brings you informative interviews with executives who are grappling with talent acquisition, management and leadership issues in the world's fastest growing economy.
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How Great Leadership Traits Can Squelch Employee Commitment

February 26, 2007
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Three leadership capabilities—strategic vision, supreme confidence and top-notch communication skills—go unquestioned as ones necessary to become the business world’s next Jack Welch. However, this troika of traits actually can be toxic for business leaders.
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Retention Strategies That Respond to Worker Values

July 8, 2001
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What do employees value? If you know that, you have the key to building a retention strategy that doesn't rely solely on raises.
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Costs, Risks and Values in HRMS Security

May 31, 2001
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Risks and values are somewhat more difficult to precisely quantify in monetary terms and may come down to the judgment of management and HR professionals. The following are some of the costs, values and risks you should consider.
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Keeping Policies in Line With Company Values

March 20, 2001
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Some hints for practicing what you preach.
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Eight Values Bring Unity to a Worldwide Company

February 28, 2001
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Optimas 2001 - Global Outlook: General Semiconductor bonds a global, diverse staff with "culture points" and counseling.
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