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Leadership Alliance Welcomes Carolyn Humphrey and John Anderson

Leadership Alliance welcomes two new consultants to our team, Carolyn Humphrey, Ph.D. and John Anderson, Ph.D. Since joining the company this past January, both John and Carolyn have been bringing their extensive and diverse experience to support our client companies … Continue reading

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What to do when you have a bad boss…and when you hired the bad boss

Misery loves company. Everyone has a bad boss at one time or another but when it’s you, who cares about anyone else? The boss plays favorites, rarely communicates, never seems to get around to your annual review, and dumps his … Continue reading

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Are you prepared for a leadership deficit?

2015 marked a 16-year high for CEOs that left their current position, leaving the boards of those companies to fill the vacancy as best they can. And, more and more, businesses are not prepared for this eventuality in their senior … Continue reading

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Amanda Wellford joins the Leadership Alliance team

Leadership Alliance wants to welcome the newest member of our team, Amanda Wellford. Amanda comes to us with an impressive background, working with small businesses as well as Fortune 500 companies, to implement best-in-class talent management services for over 15 … Continue reading

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Women Excel at Managing Diversity

Women in key positions within matrixed work environments may be better prepared for growth in the global economy throughout the coming century. As industries grow globally and face more and more diverse challenges, they may find that their key female … Continue reading

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Help, I think I hired a psychopath!

Here’s a surprising statistic: studies indicate that 4% of the population are psychopaths— 1% women and 3% men. That’s 1 in every 25 Americans. If you’ve been in the workplace long enough, it stands to reason that someone, somewhere that … Continue reading

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