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leadership gap: signs, symptoms, and solutions
2022 Volume 1 Number 10

The Leadership Gap: Signs, Symptoms, and Solutions

By Ori Schibi
The area of leadership may be the most studied and elaborate of all organizations and management areas; and yet, it is possible that we know the least about it. There is still no “recipe” or any type of “mix” of attributes and qualities that would make one person into a good leader.

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Matthew Kohut | Communication in Project Management
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Communication in Project Management

In this exclusive Q&A video interview Matthew Kohut shares his advice and insights on “Communication in Project Management” as he answers these 4 questions.

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thought leadership, teach, train
2022 Volume 1 Number 8

The Dunning-Kruger Effect: Why Some People Think They Know Best

By Zena Everett, author of The Crazy Busy Cure
Have you seen people talk themselves into roles that are way beyond their current capability and don’t bother to seek advice from the skilled people around them? Or a ‘new broom’ rocking a steady boat in their first few months of a job because they think they know better?

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Stress Management, Build Resilience
2022 Volume 1 Number 8

6 Ways to Overcome Stress and Build Your Resilience

By Tamie Rising
For many leaders and professionals, the pressure is on, stress is high and exhaustion is the norm. Yet, workplace-related stress is not a new phenomenon. Self-reported data suggest that up to 72% of American employees experience daily stress that interferes with their day-to-day lives.

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Jane Morgan | Leadership & Change Agility
2022 Volume 1 Number 8

Leadership and Change Agility

At IPM Day 2022, Jane Morgan’s presentation, “The Role of Stability in Promoting Change Agility,” explores the intricate relationship between stability and the ability of organizations to quickly and successfully implement change.

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