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It’s time to do better

As a state, and a nation, we are facing critical issues. Decisions made regarding those issues will impact us for generations – requiring strategic,...

McTiernan wins Patricia M. Flynn Distinguished Woman in Business Education Award

SUSAN MCTIERNAN, dean of the Mario J. Gabelli School of Business at Roger Williams University, has won the Patricia M. Flynn Distinguished Woman in...

How to present your way to the top

It’s easy to understand why so many otherwise capable people are distressed, anxiety-ridden and almost paralyzed if they’re called upon to make a presentation....

Corporate culture

Does your company have a distinct culture? Yes 100% No 0% Unsure 0%How satisfied are you with your company’s culture? Completely satisfied 41.7% Mostly satisfied 58.3% Unsatisfied 0%Does your company’s...

Talent shortage: When leadership really matters

Work gets done through the action of people. That’s why winning the war for talent, and especially the professional talent that is able to...

Mary T. O’Sullivan Completes Appreciative Inquiry Course

Mary T. O'Sullivan, MSOL, ACTP, ACC recently completed an ICF accredited course in Appreciative Inquiry. AI is based on the deceptively simple premise that...
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