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By Frank Lloyd, Associate Dean, Executive Education, Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business Although the U.S. Hispanic market—47 million strong—represents the nation’s largest ethnic minority, gaps in representation continue to exist within U.S. companies. Hispanic managers are significantly underrepresented in executive and senior executive positions.
By Neal Goodman, Ph.D. We all have heard that being a great Bosshole is not genetic but learned. Still, I am certain that one day an MRI or some genetic research is going to find a malevolent gene or brain defect that causes BAD (Bosshole Abusiveness Disorder).
By Jill Attkisson, Global Insights and Innovations Research Leader, and Carol Sladek, Partner and Work-Life Consulting Leader, Aon Hewitt
By Neal Goodman, Ph.D., President, Global Dynamics, Inc. Afundamental impediment in human interactions is the lack of trust. According to Stephen M.R. Covey, author of bestseller “The Speed of Trust,” training programs to promote trust enhance performance and profitability.
By Neal Goodman, Ph.D., President, Global Dynamics, Inc.
By Sirin Köprücü, Senior Associate, Global Dynamics, Inc.
By Sonia Alvarez-Robinson, Director, and Kevin Alas, Associate, PwC, People & Change Practice
By Sirin Köprücü, Senior Associate,and Neal Goodman, Ph.D., President, Global Dynamics, Inc.
By Ray Davis, Corporate Enterprise Training Activity Resource Systems (CeTARS) Program Manager, Commander, Navy Installations Command
By Arupa Tesolin, Owner, Intuita There’s a big difference between the kind of innovation that works best for growing companies and what works for start-ups and inventors. The trick is to know what parameters you are working with. Trainers who grasp this and know how to speak the language of innovation will win big. Blue Sky Innovation