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Professional Development
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Former chairman and CEO of Hasbro Inc., Alan G. Hassenfeld, and current chairmen of the Hassenfeld Family Initiatives talks to PBN about topics ranging from prospects for Middle East peace to "social philanthropy" to the fact that it's still "pay to play" in Rhode Island. more
What employee benefit is the most popular among staff members? Our paid time-off vacation package. We encourage our staff to invest in themselves and take time to relax and recharge. How do you encourage employee engagement? … more
More than a dozen Rhode Island-based nonprofit professionals are taking part in the Boston-based Institute for Nonprofit Management and Leadership’s first certificate program in the state. more
As the health care field grows increasingly complex, doctors are expected to assume leadership roles in business and management while continuing their expertise in science and medicine. more
Career-ending injury forces pro football player to find a new path to success. Rodale Press ISBN 9781623365967 | $15.90 more
Harvard Business School is no longer the world's best, according to a new ranking. INSEAD, a university with campuses in France and Singapore, ranked first in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking released last week, according to a report from the … more
Peer relationships add value and richness to our lives, but finding business peer relationships that offer sharing and learning is difficult. Yet the perspective and advice of a successful and experienced peer can help us avoid costly mistakes. … more
"I didn't hear you." No, you weren't listening. "Our people need to listen better." No, your people need to understand why they don't listen. The reality is, you quit paying attention for one reason or another and … more
Atrion is hosting its sixth annual AlwaysOn Leadership Symposium on May 19 at the Rhode Island Convention Center, an event focusing on personal and professional development to help leaders make a difference in their lives. more
Five of the state's 11 college presidents are women, dwarfing the national average of 26 percent, as of 2011, according to the Washington, D.C.-based American Council on Education. Four of those five women were brought together last week, … more
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