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The Mentor’s Mood

by Burl W. Randolph Jr. Sometimes we can all be a little moody, unless you are mentoring. Being moody can mean being temperamental – morose, sullen, or irritable, etc. When you are mentoring however, such a luxury does not occur. Mentoring…
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Key Elements of Integrity

By Chris Hitch, Ph.D. Originally published by UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School During the first post on this series (view here), I argued that demonstrating ROI for Integrity is a key leadership challenge at all levels. If you are an…
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What is Return on Integrity
(and Why is it Important?)

By Chris Hitch, Ph.D. Originally published by UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School During an executive development program of high potential mid-career professionals, we talked about a significant problem. “We’re told over and over…
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How Integrity Benefits Everyone

By Frank Burroughs In his recent article on this blog, Chris Hitch did an excellent job of articulating the origin of the word Integrity. He correctly traced it back to its Latin roots implying wholeness or completeness. In its popular…
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Leadership Transitions:
What Are You Getting Yourself Into?

By Chris Hitch, Ph.D. & Rick Rocchetti You've just been hired to take on a role in a new organization or a new role in your current organization. You've worked hard to prepare for the change, but you're on a roller coaster of…
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Top Resources:
Leadership, Learning and Inspirational

By Vicki Wrona, PMP; Rob Zell Here is an interesting statistic: Did you know that business people who read at least 7 business books a year earn over 2.3 times more than people who read only one book per year? Let me help you get into the…