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Hill's understanding of leadership is profoundly flawed.The post Leftist Mark Lamont Hill Attempts to Belittle Dr. Ben Carson, Fails appeared first on RedState.

Despite the diverse range of industries--business, sports, technology, finance, education, and the arts--each of these successful institutions share a common bond: they are world-class industry leaders and have repeatedly outperformed their competiti...

It is important to spend time thinking strategically about the future of your business. Yet, most leadership teams fail to do so. They fail because they do not have a clear and simple way to get this strategic thinking time...

How many companies spend money on training sales reps? Almost all do. Unfortunately, the exercises of developing the strategy for your sales reps' territory is only a "snap shot" of the selling situation at a particular time. The problem is...

Conventional management thinking says, "Delegate, delegate, delegate!" This implies that managers can fall into a dangerous trap if they continue to perform tasks they love from a previous role. And it says that to not let go is to give...

Women are undoubtedly a key part of the talent pool in the United States. The Census Bureau reported that in 2015, women received approximately half of all bachelor's and advanced degrees. So when young professionals enter the workplace, gender is...

Executives are expected to set concrete objectives and create details, step-by-step plans to reach them. This approach may satisfy short-term considerations like quarterly earnings reports, but it produces modest innovation and evolutionary developme...