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"Resources for Leaders" articles

SPENCER STUART: LEADERSHIP TRENDS AT THE TOP.

STANFORD UNIVERSITY ECONOMIST: QUALITY OF BOSS HAS A "LARGE AND SIGNIFICANT" IMPACT ON PRODUCTIVITY AND WE WILL MEASURE IT FOR YOU.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: WHAT "BLOODY MARY" TEACHES COMPANIES ABOUT MANAGING LEADERSHIP SUCCESSION.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: TRANSFER DATA VERSUS ELICIT COOPERATION---USE THE RIGHT COMMUNICATION CHANNELS AND NOT THE CONVENIENT ONES.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HOW WE LEARNED TO FOCUS ON THE CENTER RING IN A THREE RING CIRCUS CALLED YOUR BUSINESS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HOW TO MANAGE THE TENSION BETWEEN PRIVATE EQUITY PARTNERS AND THE ENTREPRENEURS THEY INVEST WITH.

IMPROVE YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE: USE EVIDENCE BASED RESEARCH.

FROM: HEAD OF A BUSINESS FUNCTION TO: ALSO BEING YOUR CEO's VALUED BUSINESS ADVISER: WE SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE THIS "JOURNEY."

BBC: IDEAS YOU CAN USE IN ONBOARDING NEWLY HIRED/NEWLY PROMOTED LEADERS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: DELETE THOSE POWERPOINTS; NOW TELL YOUR STORY.

STANFORD UNIVERSITY: HOW TO REFRAME THE QUESTION TO GET TO NEW ANSWERS TO OLD PROBLEMS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: THE JOURNEY FROM FUNCTION HEAD TO CEO'S VALUED BUSINESS ADVISER.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HOW TO THRIVE IN A WORLD OF SHORT JOB TENURE AND LONGER MIDDLE AGE.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HOW TO PROVE YOU ARE NOT A JERK AND OTHER IDEAS TO IMPROVE YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE.

"COMMONSENSE GOVERNANCE:" THESE BASIC PRINCIPLES OF GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ARE SPECIFICALLY WRITTEN FOR PUBLIC COMPANIES. MOST OF THE BASIC FRAMEWORK APPLIES TO PRIVATE AND NONPROFIT BOARDS AROUND THE WORLD.

THESE ARE NOT TECHNICAL STANDARDS. THEY ARE SIMPLY COMMONSENSE APPROACHES TO GOVERN RELATIONS BETWEEN INVESTORS AND MANAGEMENT.

THE SIGNERS OF "COMMONSENSE GOVERNANCE" INCLUDE:

    MARY BARRA (GENERAL MOTORS)
    WARREN BUFFETT (BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY)
    JAMIE DIMON (JPMORGAN CHASE)
    MARY ERDOES (J.P. MORGAN ASSET MANAGEMENT)
    LARRY FINK (BLACKROCK)
    JEFF IMMELT (GENERAL ELECTRIC)
    LOWELL MCADAM (VERIZON)
    BILL MCNBB (VANGUARD)
    RONALD O'HANLEY (STATE STREET)
    BRIAN ROGERS (T.ROWE PRICE)
    JEFF UBBEN (VALUEACT CAPITAL)

HOW DOES YOUR BOARD COMPARE TO THESE COMMONSENSE STANDARDS?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: DISSCETING WHAT MAKES A MOTIVATING BUSINESS STORY.

BOARD CANDIDATES AND C-SUITE CANDIDATES: THREE QUESTIONS ABOUT BOARD STRUCTURE.

JOB INTERVIEWERS: CONSIDER THESE QUESTIONS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HOW TO GIVE YOURSELF PERMISSION TO DREAM.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: FIVE STEPS FOR A VIBRANT PROFESSIONAL LIFE.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: THE FUTURE OF YOUR CAREER.

PLANNING BUSINESS IN BRAZIL? WE CAN HELP.

HIRING AUTHORITY ASKS: "WHAT WOULD YOU DO?" HOW WILL YOU RESPOND?

HOLY TRINITY: CONSCIENTIOUS WORKERS, HIGH TASK INDEPENDENCE, AND A CULTURE OF PEER EVALUATION.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HELP! MY BOSS HAS ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER.

ARE WE SURE WE ARE ALIGNING CEO PAY AND SHAREHOLDER VALUE?

GETTING CHAMPIONS ON BOARDS OF DIRECTORS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: GROWING WITHOUT DESTROYING GREATNESS.

THREE TECHNIQUES YOU CAN USE WHEN GIVING FEEDBACK ABOUT TEAM MEMBERS' "AWFUL" IDEAS.

WALL STREET JOURNAL: HOW TO "UNSTUCK" A STUCK CAREER.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: MANAGING CAREERS IN THE 21st CENTURY INVOLVES UNLEARNING 20TH CENTURY FRAMEWORKS THAT ONCE WORKED WELL.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HOW COMPANIES CAN MANAGE THE "WARRANTY FLAW" IN RETAINED SEARCH.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: TWO TECHNIQUES YOU CAN USE TO BE A CALM ASSERTIVE LEADER.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: CONSTANT ACCESS TO MOBILE DEVICES CHANGES THOUGHT PATTERNS AND ORGANIZATION CULTURE; STEPS LEADERS CAN TAKE.

WSJ ON HOW COMPANIES GROOM HIGH POTENTIALS WITH BOARD EXPERIENCE.

HOW TO GET YOUR CAREER ON TRACK FOLLOWING A CATASTROPHIC DECISION.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: IMPROVING PE PARTNER/ PORTFOLIO COMPANY CEO COMMUNICATION.

RESEARCH SAYS: WHAT PERSONALITY FACTORS ARE MOST ASSOCIATED WITH JOB SATISFACTION AND EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: PE PARTNER GUIDE TO MANAGING CEOs.

HOW IS THE CEO GROOMING HIGH POTENTIALS?

WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM REPORT: IMPLICATIONS OF THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ON GLOBAL BUSINESS.

HOW "INDEPENDENT" ARE YOUR "INDEPENDENT" DIRECTORS?

HBR ON KEEPING KNOWLEDGE WHEN PEOPLE LEAVE.

PSYCHOLOGISTS ON THE PROFESSION OF PSYCHOLOGY.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: READ THIS ARTICLE OF CRITICAL IMPORTANCE TO LEADERS.

WHY IS IT CALLED "REPORT TO THE BOARD" AND NOT "REPORT TO THE TABLE?" IMPLICATIONS FOR LEADERSHIP SUCCESSION IN FAMILY DOMINATED BUSINESSES. THIS WAS A FAMILY OFFICE ASSOCIATION PRESENTATION.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: YOUR BRAIN IS DESIGNED FOR MULTI TASKING BUT YOUR CEREBRAL CORTEX DOES A POOR JOB OF IT: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGING MEETINGS, MANAGING COLLEAGUES IN OPEN SPACES, AND ASSIGNING WORK.

SOLVING THE `PROBLEM SOLVED' PROBLEM: HOW PE PARTNERS CAN HELP CEO/FOUNDERS MANAGE THE TRANSITION TO PE DOMINATED BOARDS OF DIRECTORS.

FREE WEBINAR: SOLVING THE 'PROBLEM SOLVED' PROBLEM FOR CEOs WORKING WITH PRIVATE EQUITY DOMINATED BOARDS.

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY WEBINAR: "DEVELOPING MORE BOARD OPTIONS IN YOUR CAREER."

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: TWO THINGS LEADERS NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU ASK ANYONE FOR ANYTHING......

"EFFECTIVE EXECUTIVE" MAGAZINE: HOW TO USE THE BASIC ACCOUNTING EQUATION AS A FRAMEWORK FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP.

HOW LONG COULD YOU REMAIN IN BUSINESS IF YOUR SUCCESS RATE WAS 60%? READ ABOUT THE SUCCESS RATE IN RETAINED SEARCH.

HOW RECRUITERS USE SOCIAL MEDIA IN SCREENING CANDIDATES.

LEADING THE "GRINDERS" IN YOUR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PRACTICE.

THE COST VERSUS COHORT DILEMMA WHEN SEEKING NEW LEADERSHIP FOR NONPROFITS.

IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU BE PERCEIVED AS BOTH CALM AND ASSERTIVE AT THE SAME TIME.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: THE NEW MODEL OF CAREER MANAGEMENT PART 1.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: THE NEW MODEL OF CAREER MANAGEMENT PART 2.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: THE NEW MODEL OF CAREER MANAGEMENT PART 3.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: MANAGING THE BULLY BOSS.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: YOU CAN MEASURE YOUR SUCCESS BY ANSWERING THESE THREE QUESTIONS.

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY PODCAST: HOW TO DEVELOP BOARD OPTIONS IN YOUR CAREER.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY:GAME OVER OR JOB OVER---LEARN FROM PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES.

WANT TO WORK IN A RAPID GROWTH COMPANY? HERE ARE SIGNS TO LOOK FOR.

BEST FOR BUSINESS: STICK WITH THE IDIOSYNCRATIC FOUNDER OR HIRE SEARCH FIRM TO FIND A PROFESSIONAL CEO. THE EVIDENCE IS NOT WHAT YOU EXPECT.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: TECHNIQUES PARENTS CAN USE TO PASS ON THE WORK ETHIC TO CHILDREN IN FAMILIES OF WEALTH.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: CEOs BELIEVE THEY ARE COMMITTED TO COMPANY SUCCESS, BUT......

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: NINE FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN LINKING YOUR REPUTATION TO A COMPANY.

WINNING THE JOB INTERVIEW.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: I HATE REJECTION BUT MY JOB...

WHAT LESSONS DO TRADITIONAL CEOs NEED TO LEARN WHEN THEY BECOME CEOs of PRIVATE EQUITY DOMINATED COMPANIES? LISTEN TO MIKE LORELLI.

MASSACHUSETTS PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING: LARRY STYBEL ON "MANAGING CAREER PIVOTS--THE STRANGE CASE OF LARRY STYBEL."

A NEW GENERATION OF LEADERSHIP ON THE BOARD WILL BRING NEW RULES OF THE ROAD FOR CORPORATE GOVERNANCE.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: BOSS SAYS: "YOU SUCK." NOW WHAT??!

A MONTH OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR STYBEL PEABODY JOB CANDIDATES.

WALL STREETJOURNAL: UNPLATEAUING A CAREER.

MIKE LORELLI ON WHAT TRADITIONAL CEOs NEED TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT PRIVATE EQUITY DOMINATED BOARDS.

MODEL BOARD OF ADVISER JOB DESCRIPTION.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: IMPROVING EFFECTIVNESS OF CORPORATE RECRUITING.

IMAGINATIK ANNOUNCES NEW CEO.

YOUR CAREER AS A PLAY IN THREE ACTS: PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: EMOTIONS ARE CONTAGIOUS AND LEADERS MANAGE THE "INFECTION."

ARE SOME PEOPLE BORN TO BE ENTREPRENEURS?

THE THREE DIMENSION JOB CAMPAIGN.

NOT LONELY AT THE TOP

JUST FIRED? HOW TO DISCUSS YOUR SITUATION WITH YOUNG CHILDREN.

WHARTON SCHOOL ON THE GROWING USE OF EQ TESTS IN HIRING.

POWERFUL INDEPENDENT DIRECTORS: WHY YOU NEED THEM AND HOW YOU CAN MEASURE DIRECTOR POWER.

WALL STREET JOURNAL: SIX SIGNS YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR JOB.

BILL GATES: THE BEST BUSINESS BOOK.

HOW TO CONNECT TO THE PEOPLE WHO MATTER IN YOUR CAREER.

HOW TO POSITION YOURSELF FOR FUTURE GROWTH WHILE PUTTING YOUR TEAM THROUGH A "HUNKER DOWN" OPERATION TODAY.

HOW "INDEPENDENT" ARE YOUR "INDEPENDENT" DIRECTORS: A TOOL TO MEASURE REAL INDEPENDENCE.

FAMILY DOMINATED BUSINESS LEADERSHIP SUCCESSION.

OVERCOMING THE KNOWLEDGE WORK PARADOX: SOPHISTICATED DIAGNOSIS WITHIN TECHNICAL SPHERES COMBINED WITH NO LANGUAGE OR TOOLS TO DIAGNOSE WORK RELATIONSHIPS.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRMS' BLIND SPOT IN LEADERSHIP: UNLEARNING IS MORE COMPLEX THAN LEARNING.

WHO GETS HIRED AS CEO: PWC STUDY.

WOMEN CEO's MORE LIKELY TO BE FIRED THAN MEN: PWC TEN YEAR STUDY.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: MANAGING A "FAILURE TO THRIVE" RESUME.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: WHEN YOUR BOSS SAYS, "YOU'RE NOT A TEAM PLAYER."

DELL'S CHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER ON THE MYTH OF GENERATIONAL CONFLICT BETWEEN EMPLOYEES.

ACADEMY AWARD WINNING ACTOR MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY: HOW HE STRUCTURED HIS THINKING FOR SUCCESS. AND HOW YOU CAN DO IT TOO.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: LEADING CULTURE CHANGE---HOW TO MAP OUT YOUR FIRST STEPS.

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: DOES SPENDING MONEY ON TRAINING FOR TEAM PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY?

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE: FREE TIME FOR RUMINATION IS THE FOE OF HAPPINESS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: NINE ACTION ITEMS TO IMPROVE YOUR VIDEO MEETING IMPACT.

NY TIMES: WANT TO BE HAPPIER? GET TOO BUSY TO RUMINATE ABOUT YOUR UNHAPPINESS.

PLUMBING BEFORE POETRY: MCKINSEY & COMPANY AND TWO STANFORD B SCHOOL PROFESSORS ON PRACTICAL IDEAS YOU CAN USE TO MOVE ORGANIZATIONS TOWARDS EXCELLENCE.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: POWERFUL WOMEN ARE ARRIVING AND YOU CAN CREATE A PLATFORM FOR SUCCESS FOR YOURSELF.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: WANT TO BE NEWLY HIRED/PROMOTED? ASK THESE THREE QUESTIONS?

THE ECONOMIST SURVEY OF HOW CHROS ARE PERCEIVED BY THEIR CEOS.

LISTEN UP: MOST CEO/FOUNDERS FAIL TO SURVIVE THE TRANSITION FROM BEING CEOS OF FOUNDER-DOMINATED BOARDS OF DIRECTORS TO BEING CEOS OF PRIVATE EQUITY DOMINATED BOARDS OF DIRECTORS. STYBEL PEABODY ASSOCIATES INTERVIEWED FIVE PAIRS OF SUCCESSFUL CEO/FOUNDERS AND PRIVATE EQUITY PARTNERS ON THEIR BOARDS. WHAT CAN YOU LEARN FROM THEIR SUCCESS? THIS MP3 PROGRAM FROM RADIO ENTREPRENEURS WILL BE OF VALUE TO ENTREPRENEURS, CEO, AND PRIVATE EQUITY PARTNERS.

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: THANK YOU FOR READING THIS ARTICLE.

WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE THAT THERE IS A LINK BETWEEN CEO PERSONALITY AND CORPORATE CULTURE; AND CORPORATE CULTURE WITH FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: YOU CAN IMPROVE YOUR ABILITY TO HIRE IF YOU USE THE ARGYRIS TECHNIQUE. LET STYBEL PEABODY SHOW YOU HOW IT'S DONE.

BBC INTERVIEWS LARRY STYBEL: HOW TO MAKE A DRAMATIC CAREER CHANGE.

CONSUMER REPORTS: FOUR RETIREMENT EXPENSES WORTH PAYING FOR.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: HOLIDAY SEASON TERMINATIONS IS A SYMPTON AND IT'S NOT INSENSITIVITY.

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE: FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT AND MAY BE ACCURATE.

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE: HOW SUCCESSFUL FAMILIES PASS ON THE WORK ETHIC TO THEIR CHILDREN.

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: GROUP PRODUCTIVITY IS ENHANCED IF A LEADER IS FLEXIBLE ABOUT ALTERING STYLE IN RELATION TO TASK COMPLEXITY AND THREAT.

BOARD MEMBERS PAST EXPERIENCE AS A PREDICTOR OF CORPORATE EXIT STRATEGY.

I LOVE THIS COMIC STRIP. WHAT ABOUT YOU?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: BEING STRATEGIC ABOUT HOW YOU MANAGE YOUR TIME AND DOLLARS WITH ASSOCIATIONS.

"MY BOARD/TEAM KEEPS ITS EYES ON THE BALL. IS THAT A GOOD THING?"

UBERRECRUITER: FINDING THE FIRST NON FAMILY CEO OF A FEUDING FAMILY BUSINESS.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: CEOs DO NOT GRASP BOARD CONCERNS ABOUT LEADERSHIP BENCH STRENGTH.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: BOOMERS ARE THE MOST DISENGAGED AGE GROUP IN YOUR ORGANIZATION. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?

INVESTORS AND JOB CANDIDATES: DO YOU HAVE ANSWERS TO THESE NINE QUESTIONS?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: "TAKE TWO MOZARTS; CALL ME IN THE MORNING."

THE POLITICS OF ACQUISITION: INTERACTION OF BOARDS, CEOs, DEAL TEAMS, AND INTEGRATION TEAMS.

JOURNAL OF COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: INCREASING THE FUTURE POTENTIAL OF FEMALE HUMAN RESOURCE EXECUTIVES.

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE? ONBOARDING.

BOARD SELF EVALUATION: U.S. VERSUS CANADIAN VERSUS EUROPEAN APPROACHES.

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: CONNECTION BETWEEN ORGANIZATION CITIZENSHIP CULTURE, CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AND HIGH PRODUCTIVITY.

LEADERSHIP BASED ON ASSUMPTIONS: THIS CARTOON HURTS!

WHEN DEMOGRAPHICS=DESTINY.

YOUR COMPANY WANTS ITS LEADERS TO BE CALM/ASSERTIVE: YOU CAN DO THIS.

WHAT TIME DURING THE DAY DID YOU SCHEDULE THAT CRITICAL MEETING? READ THIS.

THE TWO BILLION DOLLAR GLOBAL COACHING INDUSTRY.

CHIEF MARKETING OFFICERS: DEVELOPING BOARD OPTIONS IN YOUR CAREER.

WHAT LOSING MY JOB TAUGHT ME ABOUT LEADING.

HOW CAN I MOVE UP THE FOOD CHAIN OF BOARDS OF DIRECTORS?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY MAGAZINE: HOW YOU CAN MANAGE YOUR ENEMIES.

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: HOW TO MANAGE YOUR VIRTUAL TEAMS FOR "REAL TRUST" VERSUS "SWIFT TRUST."

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE: TO MAKE A STRONG STAND, BE STRATEGIC WHERE YOU SIT.

SIMPLE RULES FOR LEADERS TO MANAGE TEAMS WITH COMPLEX TASKS: NEW LANGUAGE AND NEW STRUCTURE.

EVERY COMPANY THAT PROVIDES OUTPLACEMENT; EVERY EXECUTIVE WONDERING ABOUT ASKING FOR OUTPLACEMENT SHOULD READ MERVYN KAUFMAN'S PERSPECTIVE ABOUT OUTPLACEMENT.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: WHEN LIFE FEELS LIKE A THREE RING CIRCUS, HOW TO FOCUS ATTENTION ON THE CENTER RING.

NEW YORK TIMES: THE SECRET INGREDIENT FOR SUCCESS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: DECISION MAKERS THAT IMPACT YOUR LIFE ARE BIASED TO WANT TO IGNORE YOU. YOU CAN GET THEIR ATTENTION AND RETAIN YOUR SELF RESPECT.

SEVEN QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN LINKING YOUR FUTURE WITH ANOTHER COMPANY.

EVIDENCE: 40% OF EXECUTIVES HIRED THROUGH RECRUITERS QUIT OR GET PUSHED OUT IN 18 MONTHS OR LESS.......

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: YOU CAN ALIGN YOURSELF WITH THE GHOST HAUNTING DECISION MAKERS IN YOUR LIFE.

CULTURE IN A NUMBER: WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO LOOK AT YOUR TARGET COMPANY'S RETIREMENT RANKING.

As people age, the amount of money in their 401K plans becomes a non trivial issue for the quality of life they will have in retirement.

For young employees, the quality of the 401K plan is a piece of data to help independently examine corporate culture.

How much is a company willing to put its "money where its mouth is" when espousing the value of retaining good employees?

The link below takes you to BrightScope, an independent company which rates 46,000 U.S. corporate retirement plans.

http://www.brightscope.com/

EVIDENCE: AT WORK, EMOTIONS ARE CONTAGIOUS. IMPLICATIONS FOR HIRING AND DEVELOPING LEADERS.

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: IF EMOTIONS ARE CONTAGIOUS, WHO IN YOUR COMPANY ASKS IF CUSTOMER FACING EMPLOYEES ARE HAPPY?

INFORMATION AGE ON FIVE WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR LINKEDIN PROFILE

WALL STREET JOURNAL: WHEN YOUR DUTIES DOUBLE.....

THE EFFECTIVE CHIEF HR OFFICER: RECOGNIZING THE NEW POWER SHIFT AND BOLDLY SHIFTING ALLIANCES FROM FINANCE TO MARKETING/SALES.

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE? "SAY" YOU ARE GRATEFUL AND YOU WILL BE GRATEFUL.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY ON LEADERSHIP: WHY YOU NEED TO KEEP IT SIMPLE.

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: Emotions are Contagious at Work.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: Change Has Three Dimensions So Ask These Three Questions.

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE: WHAT MOTIVATES MORE---THE THRILL OF GAIN OR THE AVERSION TO GIVING-BACK GAINS?

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE: WANT TO CHANGE ATTITUDES OF PEOPLE IN YOUR TEAM? FOCUS FIRST ON BEHAVIORAL CHANGE AND LET THE ATTITUDES FOLLOW.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS---CORPORATE PERSPECTIVE.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS---INDIVIDUAL PERSPECTIVE.

WE ALL SPEAK ENGLISH, HAVE COMMON TRAINING, AND FAIL TO COMMUNICATE: LESSONS FROM RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL TASK FORCES.

WHEN THERE IS A FREELOADER ON YOUR TEAM.

WHAT CAN BOARD MEMBERS DO TO ASSIST A CEO WHO HAS NEVER REPORTED TO AN INDEPENDENT BOARD BEFORE?

NINE FACTORS TO EVALUATE COMPANIES YOU MIGHT WISH TO INVEST, ACQUIRE, OR JOIN.

WALL STREET JOURNAL BEST PRACTICES: BOSSES WRITE A "HOW TO MANAGE ME" MANUAL AS PART OF THE ONBOARDING OF NEWLY HIRED/NEWLY PROMOTED EMPLOYEES.

WALL STREET JOURNAL: WHAT COSTS YOU MORE AND PRODUCES LESS? EXTERNAL HIRES.

"THE SILVER REVOLUTION:" ARE YOUR TALENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN PLACE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT?

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR LOOKING AT EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT.

TRAUMA OF DISMISSAL: HOW TO USE A CRISIS TO REDEFINE LIFE'S MISSION.

STILL DOING JOB INTERVIEWS DESPITE ITS POOR PREDICTIVE VALIDITY? HERE'S AN ALTERNATIVE.

TERMINATION BEST PRACTICES.

CIO MAGAZINE ON HOW APPLICANT TRACKING SYSTEMS REVIEW YOUR RESUME AND HOW YOU CAN DIFFERENTIATE YOURSELF.

MANAGING PROCRASTINATION: CONSIDER SETTING TOUGH, EXTERNAL SANCTIONS BUT DON'T SET THE PENALTY YOURSELF.

WANT TO GOOSE THE LOAFERS ON YOUR WORK TEAM?

JOB LOSS CAN BE A BLESSING IN DISGUISE IF..........

IF TIME IS MONEY, IS THE CEO's TIME BEING SPENT EFFECTIVELY?

EVIDENCE: DOES EXECUTIVE COACHING IMPROVE PERFORMANCE?

ARE THE FORTUNE ONE HUNDRED BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR ALSO BETTER FOR CUSTOMERS AND SHAREHOLDERS?

YOUR CORPORATE SPONSOR HAS LEFT. NOW WHAT???!!!!

PREDICTIVE VALIDITY OF JOB INTERVIEWS: STRUCTURED INTERVIEWS WIN.

STATE OF GLOBAL EMPLOYMENT AS SEEN BY CAREER MANAGEMENT FELLOWS OF THE INSTITUTE FOR CAREER CERTIFICATION INTERNATIONAL (www.careercertification.org).

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY ON THE SECRET TO SUCCESS AT WORK.

VALIDITY OF EXIT INTERVIEWS.

MANAGING YOUR OWN INCOMPETENCE WHILE RECOGNIZING THE INCOMPETENCE OF OTHERS: a guide for leaders and those who give performance reviews to leaders.

GLOVES OFF: how to kill your competition in the job interview.

UNEMPLOYMENT TOO HIGH? BLAME THE BOOMERS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: Do You Know the Five Channels for Distributing Your Resume to Your Next Employer?

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT: Employee Commitment, Shareholder Value, Reduction in Recruitment Costs, and Providing Outplacement that Honors the Employees You Terminate.

ORDERING FISH VERSUS CONTRACTING CONSULTING SERVICES: sadly it is not as different as you think.

DEVELOPING BOARD OPTIONS IN YOUR CAREER: the SIMposium presentation for the national convention of the Society for Information Management.

WALL STREET JOURNAL: How Leaders Can Gracefully Manage Forced Exits.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: JOB SEARCHING WITH A DEAD, STINKY ALBATROSS DRAPED AROUND YOUR NECK.

WHAT'S THE EVIDENCE: WHAT GREAT MANAGERS DO.

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BALANCING THE STAKEHOLDERS WHO READ JOB DESCRIPTIONS.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: Technique for Finding Someone You Want to Report To.

IT'S NOT THE ANSWER YOU THINK IT IS: HOW ARE FISH AND CONSULTANTS ALIKE?

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY ON "SO YOU WANT TO WORK FOR A GOOD BOSS??!!"

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON BOOMERANG EMPLOYEES.

THE EMERGING ROLE OF INTERIM EMPLOYMENT IN FINANCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: YOU STILL THINK A ONE DIMENSIONAL APPROACH TO THE JOB MARKET WILL WORK FOR YOU?

PRISCILLA CLAYMAN ON MEASURING YOUR JOB SEARCH RESULTS AGAINST AN INDEX:
http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2011/09/why_you_still_havent_gotten_a.html

WHO NEEDS A COACH? ME????!!!!

HOW TO CATCH A RECRUITER'S ATTENTION USING LINKEDIN.COM

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON REDUCING THE RISKS FOR NEWLY HIRED/NEWLY PROMOTED LEADERS.

HOW TO IMPROVE PHYSICIAN EFFECTIVENESS ON HOSPITAL BOARDS OF DIRECTORS.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON SEIZING OPPORTUNITIES IN 3-D.

ECONOMIST: WOMEN LEADERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES ADVANCING MORE THAN PEERS IN THE DEVELOPED WORLD.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON QUESTIONS EVERY CHANGE AGENT SHOULD ASK.

YOUR SIX FACTOR CONTINGENCY MODEL FOR "WHERE DO I GO FOR LUNCH?"

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON A FRAMEWORK FOR DEFINING A SUCCESSFUL CAREER.

CFO MAGAZINE: YOU WERE A LEADER AT A COMPANY NOW STIGMATIZED. YOU CAN'T DENY YOUR LEADERSHIP; YOU CAN'T EMBRACE IT.

'JOBS' IS A FOUR LETTER WORD. DON'T USE IT!!

NEW YORK TIMES ON HOW FAMILY ROLES CAN WORK WELL IN FAMILY DOMINATED BUSINESSES.

FINANCIAL TIMES ON WHEN LEADERS NEED COACHES.

COACHING HAS YET TO PROVE ITS VALUE AND COMPANIES SPEND $1 BILLION A YEAR ON IT.

WORKING HARD AND FEELING LIKE A FAILURE......

THE WILD WEST OF EXECUTIVE COACHING.

CMR ON LINKING STRATEGY AND CEO SUCCESSION.

HOW TO FIRE A FRIEND: "California Management Review" on how to balance termination yet maintain the corporate values that allow your company stand apart from competitors.

LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM SPENDING THREE YEARS IN CHEAP SEATS AT THE CIRCUS.

FROM JOB INTERVIEW TO JOB OFFER: SHOW THE HIRING AUTHORITY THAT YOU KNOW HOW TO MASTER 3X3 SYSTEMS CHANGE.

JOB CANDIDATES: AN ANTI JERK TECHNIQUE YOU CAN USE.

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY ON MANAGING THE BULLY BOSS/PHYSICIAN.

BIG BOARD ROLE: MAKING SURE THERE IS A BALANCE BETWEEN M&A DEAL MAKING AND M&A INTEGRATION.

GUIDE FOR PERPLEXED LEADERS: The Overqualified Job Candidate.

SEARCHING FOR OPPORTUNITIES WHILE A DEAD, STINKY ALBATROSS HANGS DOWN FROM YOUR NECK.

THE "BACKBONE" OF THE RECRUITMENT SYSTEM HAS CALCIUM DEFICIENCY: HOW LEADERS CAN INSERT A STEEL ROD INTO THIS DETERIORATING SYSTEM.

HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PUBLIC IMAGE?

A PRACTICAL TECHNIQUE FOR YOU TO REDUCE THE COSTS OF EMPLOYMENT MIS-HIRE.

TWO TOOLS TO HELP YOU IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS NETWORKING PERFORMANCE.

FORD CAN'T PRODUCE BLACK CARS AND WHY THAT MATTERS FOR YOUR CAREER.

EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE: HETROGENEOUS GROUPS ARE BETTER PROBLEM SOLVERS.

  We never met a Board of Directors or task force team that didn't think it was plagued by TOO many different opinions! But we do see a trend for like minded people to feel comfortable about working with each other to such an extend that the members are blind about the degree to which they engage in Group Think.

The attached article is important because it does provide empirical evidence for diversification of problem solving approaches plus a tool for measuring the difference. We use the Birkman in our work with Boards of Directors but Myers Briggs will also do the job.

What techniques do YOU use to insure that your Board and group is appropriately diversified?

Click here for the article.

WINSTON CHURCHILL'S PERFORMANCE REVIEW.......

YOUR INDUSTRY IS DYING. NOW WHAT?

SINGAPORE BUSINESS TIMES ON COACHING VERSUS COUNSELING VERSUS PSYCHOTHERAPY VERSUS CONSULTING.

MANAGING THE INNER CONTRADICTIONS OF JOB DESCRIPTIONS.

REDUCING RISKS IN EMPLOYMENT INTERVIEWS.

WHY ARE HOSPITAL MERGERS DOOMED TO FAIL?

CHIEF MICROSOFT ARCHITECT RAY OZZIE ON FIVE LEADERSHIP LESSONS THAT BENEFIT ALL OF US.

SETTING QUOTAS FOR FEMALE MEMBERSHIP ON OUR BOARD? IS THAT THE RIGHT THING FOR SHAREHOLDERS? IS THAT FAIR TO FEMALES?

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON MAKING KNOWLEDGE WORK FUN.

YOUR BUSINESS STETHOSCOPES.

TWO HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL PROFESSORS DISCUSS WHY BOARD OF DIRECTOR COMPENSATION COMMITTEES BASED CEO PAY PHILOSOPHY ON IDEAS THAT LACK EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THEM.

EFFECTIVE EXECUTIVE MAGAZINE ON HOW TO LEAD SIMPLY WITHOUT BEING A SIMPLETON.

HOW MANY WOMEN SHOULD BE ON THE BOARD/TASK FORCE?

WHY IS A STRONG CHECKS AND BALANCES BETWEEN BOARD AND CEO IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE COMPANY?

SERVE PEOPLE YOU LOVE SERVING AND GET PAID FOR IT IS "FUN;" SERVE PEOPLE YOU DON'T LOVE SERVING AND GET PAID FOR IT IS "WORK." CLIENTS KNOW WHEN THEIR SERVICE PROVIDERS ARE ENJOYING THEMSELVES OR WORKING!

MCKINSEY & COMPANY ON THE "INCONVENIENT TRUTH" ABOUT CORPORATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.

A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO MANAGING ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT

MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW ON A : "SIMPLE" APPROACH TO LEADERSHIP.

JANET BRITCHER ON TALENT MANAGEMENT: THE EARLIER YOU SOCIALIZE YOUNG LAWYERS IN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, THE MORE BUSINESS THEY WILL DEVELOP LATER ON.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON "CAN'T GET A JOB WITHOUT THE EXPERIENCE, BUT CAN'T GET THE EXPERIENCE WITHOUT A JOB?"

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON HOW TO DIFFERENTIATE YOURSELF WHEN NETWORKING FOR A JOB OR FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT.

Save This Article Under "Just In Case: Negotiating Your Exit Package the Forward Looking Way."

ARE EMPLOYEES ONLY A COST OR DO THEY ALSO IMPROVE SHAREHOLDER VALUE? AN EVIDENCE BASED PERSPECTIVE.

WOMEN IN THE TOP IN HONG KONG, CHINA, AND THE USA: THE EMERGENCE OF NEW LEADERSHIP MODELS THAT ARE FLATTER, MORE PARTICIPATIVE, AND LESS FOCUSED ON POWER.

JOB INTERVIEWS HAVE POOR PREDICTIVE VALIDITY. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO SUPPORT AN INEFFECTIVE RECRUITMENT SYSTEM?

PSYCHOLOGIST-MANAGER JOURNAL ON MANAGING THE INNER CONTRADICTIONS OF JOB DESCRIPTIONS.

NEW ENGLAND HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOCIATION ON MANAGING A HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CAREER IN THREE DIMENSIONS.

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON HOW TO MANAGE YOUR CAREER IN 3D.

EFFECTIVE VS. SUCCESSFUL LEADERS: THERE ARE DIFFERENCES IN HOW THE TWO SPEND THEIR TIME. ARE YOU STRIKING THE RIGHT BALANCE? READ THIS CLASSIC RESEARCH BY FRED LUTHANS.

AN EVIDENCE BASED DISCUSSION ABOUT HOW COACHING IMPROVES LEADERS' EFFECTIVENESS IN LEADING TASK FORCES/CONDUCTING BUSINESS MEETINGS.

KAREN MASULLO ON HOW TO CREATE YOUR "BRAND" ON SOCIAL MEDIA.

WALL STREET JOURNAL: 17% OF RESUMES CONTAIN MISLEADING OR FALSE STATEMENTS.

CAREER ROCKETEER: THE CAREER SEARCH AND PERSONAL BRANDING BLOG.

HOW TO DETERMINE WHEN IT IS TIME TO STOP WORKING.

YOU SAY YOU WANT TO WORK FOR A "GOOD BOSS??!!!!"

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON CAN'T GET A JOB WITHOUT EXPERIENCE AND CAN'T GET THE EXPERIENCE WITHOUT A JOB.

HOW TO MANAGE INTERGENERATIONAL EMPLOYEE CONFLICT: THREATS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS.

QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN DOING DUE DILIGENCE ON A PROSPECTIVE BOSS.

YOUR MOST VALUABLE LESSON

HOW TO BRIDGE THE AGE DIVIDE AT WORK

HOW TO KEEP VISIBLE WHILE BUSY WITH A DEMANDING JOB

STRUCTURING SEVERANCE ARRANGEMENTS WITH A FRAMEWORK THAT INTRODUCES MARKETING/STRATEGY INTO A TACTICAL PROCEDURE USUALLY DOMINATED BY HR/FINANCE

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON HOW MUCH WOULD YOU PAY FOR GOOD CAREER CONSULTATION?

WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE THAT THERE IS A POSITIVE CORRELATION BETWEEN EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION AND SHAREHOLDER VALUE?

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON TOUCHING ME TOUCHING YOU

CAN'T GET THE JOB BECAUSE YOU LACK THE EXPERIENCE; AND CAN'T GET THE EXPERIENCE UNLESS YOU HAVE THE JOB

WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE THAT DOWNSIZING DOES REDUCE COST?

HOW TO BUILD TEAM ESPIRIT DE CORPS WHILE SURVIVING THROUGH A DOWNSIZING

MAPPING STAGES OF BOARD-CEO DISAFFECTION

CREATING PLATFORMS FOR SUCCESS IN NEWLY HIRED/NEWLY PROMOTED LEADERS

GUY KAWASAKI ON TEN WAYS YOU CAN USE LINKEDIN.COM TO ADVANCE YOUR CAREER

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON CORPORATE ALTERNATION OF SEVERANCE PLANS

ARE YOUR GOALS TOO NARROW FOCUSED AND TOO MANY?

ABC NEWS ON HOW TO MANAGE OFFICE GOSSIP SURROUNDING LAYOFFS

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON HOW TO SPOT THE UPTURN BEFORE OTHERS DO:
http://blogs.harvardbusiness.org/hbreditors/2009/02/lights_at_the_end_of_the_tunne.html

SOCIOLOGIST RICHARD FLORIDA ON THE ECONOMIC LANDSCAPE POST RECESSION

MCKINSEY ON WHY DOWNTURNS CAN BE POSITIVE FOR TALENT UPGRADING.

BUSINESS WEEK ON WHY IT IS HARDER TO FIND TALENT TO ADD TO BOARDS.

SOFTWARE MAGAZINE ON HOW TO SPOT SHENANIGAN COMPANIES

HOW TO CREATE BOARD OPTIONS FOR YOUR CAREER

NEW YORK TIMES: WHEN FAMILY AND BUSINESS DYNAMICS OVERLAP

CORPORATE BOARD MEMBER MAGAZINE ON DEPARTURE OF KEY TALENT AS A "CANARY IN THE CORPORATE COAL MINE:" HOW CAN YOU WATCH WITHOUT BEING INTRUSIVE?

OUR SINGAPORE PARTNER WRITING IN THE SINGAPORE BUSINESS TIMES ON CRAFTING A "PLAN B" DURING TURBULENT TIMES

MCKINSEY ON ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF BABY BOOMERS POSTPONING RETIREMENT. WHAT ARE THE TALENT MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS?

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON HOW TO CREATIVELY DIFFERENTIATE YOURSELF IN A TOUGH JOB MARKET

AN ASIAN PERSPECTIVE ON CAREER MANAGEMENT

WHAT'S THE COMPANY ISS SCORE AND WHY DOES IT MATTER?

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON CHANGING PROFESSIONS IN MID CAREER

INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY ON HIRING THE BEST

REDUCING THE RISK OF MIS-HIRE

Adding a Threat Framework to Supplement the Traditional Employee Termination Cost Reduction Framework.

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON TAKING INITIATIVE IN SELECTING THE APPROPRIATE OUTPLACEMENT FIRM TO HELP YOU NAVIGATE YOUR CAREER. THIS ARTICLE ALSO PROFILES OUR NEW YORK CITY LINCOLNSHIRE INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS.

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON WHY EMPLOYERS SEE VALUE IN HELPING THOSE LAID OFF.

Advice for Boards for Dealing With Outrageous CEO Employment Contract Proposals.

Measuring the ROI of Coaching: the British Experience.

Managing Leadership Careers in the First 25 Years of the 21st Century: JOURNAL OF CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGY article.

SELLING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO TIME STARVED SENIOR EXECUTIVES WHO DESPERATELY WANT TO IGNORE YOU

WALL STREET JOURNAL: new breed of CEOs are less powerful, less arrogant, on a shorter leash, more transparent, pro-environment, and very, very well paid.

A CORPORATE RISK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR END OF EMPLOYMENT DECISIONS

CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW ON LINKING STRATEGIC PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT MANPOWER PLANNING.

Use the following password: laurencestyb

A Guide to Board Structure/Board Talent for Early Stage Companies

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ON THE “RIGHT” WAY TO GET FIRED

How to Manage Bully Bosses

WHAT'S A LEADERSHIP MANDATE AND HOW CAN YOU DEFINE IT?

I DON’T NEED OUTPLACEMENT

TECHNIQUES FOR BROADENING YOUR CAREER HORIZONS BY BROADENING HOW YOU DEFINE YOUR JOB.

ONCE AGAIN: WHY DO WE NEED BOARDS?

TIME MAGAZINE ON AMBITION

ONE MORE TIME.  WHAT IS THE VALUE PROPOSITION FOR A STRONG BOARD DOMINATED BY OUTSIDERS?

CEO'S TO BOARDS: DON'T YOU TRUST US???!!!  

How to Sell Yourself as an Innovator

SHAKESPEARE IN CHARGE 

DEFINING 'TRUST' IN THE CEO/BOARD RELATIONSHIP

MCKINSEY & COMPANY ON MANAGING LEADERSHIP TRANSITIONS

HOW TO SPOT LIARS DURING JOB INTERVIEWS.

STRUCTURING BOARDS OF ADVISORS FOR SUCCESS

CFO MAGAZINE ON MANAGING THE FIRST 90 DAYS OF A NEW LEADERSHIP ASSIGNMENT

Do Startup Internet Businesses Have a Prayer?

THE ELEPHANT AND THE FLEA: reflections of a reluctant capitalist

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON EXECUTIVE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ON HOW TO GET 'UNSTUCK' IN YOUR EXECUTIVE CAREER

CFO MAGAZINE ON HOW TO THINK BEYOND YOUR JOB DESCRIPTION FOR UPWARD MOBILITY.

THE NEXT WAR FOR TALENT

FROM MANAGING A CAREER TO TRAVERSING CAREERS: what the winners do and how you can learn from them

WHEN GOOD JOBS ARE PERISHABLE: HOW TO FRAME YOUR CAREER UNDER CONDITIONS OF SHORT JOB TENURE AND STRICT NON COMPETE AGREEMENTS.

Wall Street Journal on Managing the First Hundred Days

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON 'WHEN YOUR BOSS THINKS YOU ARE TOO GOOD TO LET GO AND YOU WANT OUT

CFO MAGAZINE ON WHAT NASCAR TEACHES LEADERS

CFO MAGAZINE ON MANAGING THE FIRST 100 DAYS OF A NEW ASSIGNMENT.

THE GLOBAL OUTSOURCING OF TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL JOBS AND ITS IMPACT ON THE LONG TERM OUTLOOK FOR THE U.S. ECONOMY.

MANAGING CRITICAL MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

THE BOSTON GLOBE ON HOW TO REDUCE THE RISKS OF CRITICAL LEADER MIS-HIRE

JOB SEARCH TECHNIQUES FOR SHY EXECUTIVES

WALL STREET JOURNAL ON WHAT TO DO IF YOU 'OVERSOLD' YOURSELF AS A LEADER

HOW TO MANAGE THE FIRST HUNDRED DAYS OF A NEW ASSIGNMENT: a guide for leaders and boards

THE NEW YORK TIMES ON THE USE OF EXECUTIVE REPRESENTATION

PASSIVELY TESTING THE WATERS . . . EXECUTIVE'S USE OF JOB SEARCH AGE

CFO MAGAZINE ON CFO CHURN: AN INTERVIEW WITH LINCOLNSHIRE STYBEL PEABODY

ABC NEWS INTERVIEWS STYBEL PEABODY LINCOLNSHIRE ON THE EMOTIONAL REACTIONS TO TERMINATION

FRAMED TO FAIL: HOW COMPANIES STRUCTURE NEW ASSIGNMENTS FOR FAILURE AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT

WHAT’S NEXT FOR TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS, SOCIETY, AND YOUR CAREERa>

THINKING OF JOINING THE FAMILY BUSINESS?

SIZE DOES MATTER: BUT NOT THE WAY YOU THINK

FINANCIAL TIMES ON CEO 'FLAMEOUT'

THE NEW YORK TIMES LIST OF BUSINESS RESEARCH RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET

THE ECONOMIST ON THE DECLINING APPEAL OF BOARD POSITIONS

THE ECONOMIST ON MANAGING COMPANIES DURING TOUGH TIMES

NEW YORK TIMES ON DIRECTOR COMPENSATION DURING UNCERTAIN TIMES

SMART MONEY ON GETTING ON BOARDS

LEADERSHIP REQUIREMENTS IN THE "NEW EUROPE:" AN AESC STUDY

LINCOLNSHIRE STYBEL PEABODY IN THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ON TRENDS IN OPTIONS.

CNN INTERVIEWS LARRY STYBEL ABOUT BALANCING EMPLOYEE PRIVACY AND INTERNET SECURITY.

THE ECONOMIST ON CULTURE CLASHES IN THE WORKPLACE.

When Conducting Your Job Search: Diarists Get Results!

HERE'S A GREAT, FREE FRAMEWORK FOR A BUSINESS PLAN. YOU SHOULD LOOK AT IT EVEN IF YOU ARE A JOB CANDIDATE!

FAST COMPANY ON EVALUATING JOB OFFERS

"THE ECONOMIST" SURVEY OF THE UNITED STATES

When Senior Executives take on New Assignments

New Roles for CFOs

You've Just Been Fired! Now What???!!!

You've Just Been Fired: what is happening to you emotionally?...

Stybel Peabody On Lying

Forbes Magazine On How To Tell A Boss That The Boss Is Wrong

Arizona Republic On The Use Of Career Agents

Do You Believe Opportunities For Women And Minorities On Boards Are Expanding?

Ask The Headhunter

Fortune On Why CEOs Fail

"Ask The Headhunter" On Getting A Board Of Director Seat

How To Gain Commitment And De-Commitment

Preparing For The First Round Job Interview

Where Are The Entrepreneurial Opportunities?

Wall Street Journal on CEO Agents

Leaving On Your Terms

Outplacement: the corporate justiciation for quality.

A Starting Point For A Web Based Job Search

Outplacement Versus Take The Money

Employment Contracts: Deferred Compensation

Do You Need To Be An Expert On Wigits To Be Ceo Of A Wigit Company? 

Questions ccTo Ask When Considering Accepting A Board Role

When Talking Makes Things Worse!

Resolving Problems When Communication Fails
From the book/audiobook, © 1977
Dr. David Stiebel. Distributed by Andrews and McMeel,  1-800-826-4216  1-800-826-4216
Reprinted with permission. For a review of this book, go to WWW.STYBELPEABODY.COM and click on Board Resources. You can order the title on-line from this same web site. 

How to Describe Work-Related Accomplishments 

  Being able to write down or discuss work related accomplishments is often harder than it appears. Ask anyone who has ever had a staff job!
In addition, we are all prone to confuse accomplishments with the process by which those accomplishments were done.
Our Lincolnshire colleague in Denver is Bill Franks. Enclosed, please find his very perceptive and instructive thoughts on this important issue.

What Is The Marketing/Engineering Ratio Of Your Target Company?

Should You Ask For An Employment Contract?

How to Deal with an Incompetent Interviewer

How To Set Up Your Home Office

Increasing Future Potential of Women Managers

When New Senior Executives Take Over

How To Increase Your Future Potential

How to Keep Your Career Thriving: tips for befriending recruiters

Managing Your Career Under Conditions Of Short Job Tenure And Long Middle Age

Turning Ambivalence Into Commitment

Your Former Company is an Albatross!

The Life Cycle Of Mergers And Acquisitions

An Interview Is Like a . . .

Balancing Competence, Client Development, And Culture In Selecting Partners

Turning Consultants Into Hidden Weapons And Not Financial Sink Holes: for owner-managed businesses

Merry Christmas You're Fired!

Trends for Women on Boards

Wall Street Journal on Joining Internet Start Ups