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BY: Jane Perdue
She'd been hesitant and tentative throughout most of the coaching session. When I asked her to define where she wanted her career to go, tears bubbled up and over as she sobbed, "I’m just...
BY: Jane Perdue
If it weren’t so sad, it would be funny in a sick kind of way. I’ve been wrangling with the local post office for two months over a missing book. The post office says it was delivered and I should...
BY: Jane Perdue
In my book of leadership fair play, a basic rule is praising in public and criticizing in private. Making people look—and feel—stupid or foolish or ill-advised (no matter how atrocious their offense...
BY: Jane Perdue
I belong to a business club downtown. It’s a great place for meetings, one-on-one discussions, and the occasional introspective time (fueled by their extraordinary chocolate chip cookies).  ...
BY: Jane Perdue
Nothing can sabotage winning, except for fear of losing. Success usually lies just beyond failure. —Mario Cortes   Here's a story: Eden’s dream of becoming a widely read blogger had come...
BY: Jane Perdue
“Tell me why you didn’t say anything to Katy about the problems with her job performance.”   “I didn’t say anything because I didn’t want to hurt her feelings.”   This explanation happened...
BY: Jane Perdue
“It’s a dirty little secret among women that we don’t support one another,” says Susan Shapiro Barash, author of Tripping the Prom Queen: The Truth About Women and Rivalry and professor of gender...
BY: Jane Perdue
  I once had an employee spend an entire eight-hour work day drawing a single line.   The line, an illustration in a training manual, depicted a cable TV wire hanging between two poles. "...


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