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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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Five Steps for Helping Employees Develop Personal Resilience

By Lee Hecht Harrison on October 14, 2014

Organization change announcements often require working in uncertainty for extended periods of time while decisions are being made. If employees lack resilience, engagement and productivity plummet and retention slips as the best talent moves on. How do you ensure employees can bounce back and not only survive, but thrive?

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Mitigate workplace mistakes with a five-point action plan

By Greg Simpson on September 24, 2014

Mistakes are inevitable, but our success is dependent upon the ability to act swiftly and professionally to mitigate damage, and to identify learnings so we avoid repeating the past. Here are five tips for handling on-the-job mistakes that minimize the damage and help to keep your reputation intact.

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