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Four Expert Tips to Boost Self-Confidence

By Lee Hecht Harrison on March 19, 2015

Women’s competence, experience and education have never been stronger; still, they lag far behind men in achieving top corporate positions. Research shows, however, that women have a tendency to downplay their accomplishments and are less likely to ask for the promotion they’ve earned. A perceived lack of confidence could be the factor holding them back. Start taking these four steps to build confidence now.

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What It Takes To Be A Great Mentor

By Lee Hecht Harrison on March 3, 2015

To institute a successful mentor program, organizations must identify mentors who model the right behaviors and are committed to devoting the time necessary to develop a meaningful and constructive relationship with their mentee. Here are three of the top qualities of an effective business mentor.

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Leader as Coach: Developing a Coaching Culture

By Lee Hecht Harrison on January 15, 2015

Is your organization using its own leaders as a resource for developing emerging and future leaders? Through the transfer of internal knowledge, skills and behaviors, companies leverage their own leaders as coaches to support the development of new leaders. The key is in developing a “coaching culture” as part of your leadership development strategy, mobilizing the inherent leadership skills in employees at all levels.

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Measure Your Management Readiness

By Lee Hecht Harrison on December 3, 2014

Learning agility is now a better predictor of management success than experience or education. Agile learners understand people, know how to get results, are determined problem solvers and embrace change through experimentation and the desire to try new things. Are you an agile learner?

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