Tag: leaders

Businesses Positioned as Political Powerhouses

 “Business has long been identified as a moral agent in creating, managing, and resolving the moral challenges of globalization, raising awareness and expectations among stakeholders of business as an integral partner in…

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Virtuous Businesses — What’s Different?

Within the DeVoe School of Business, there has been ongoing research into how virtuous businesses differentiate themselves in the market.  Most of this research has explored virtuous business practices through interviews of…

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Pursue Your Passion

I was sitting in church recently when our pastor asked several basic questions, “What is a passion for you?” and “Where did it start?”  My mind immediately raced back in time to…

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Communication—Or, “Did I really say that?”

It is somewhat ironic that leaders, who usually consider themselves outstanding communicators, are many times at the core of “communication problems” within an organization.[i]   This message is for leaders. I’ve been taught…

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Are You Set for Your Next Batch of Leaders?

Succession planning is the process of identifying and developing potential future leaders or senior managers, as well as individuals to fill other business-critical positions, either in the short- or the long-term. In…

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