As a leader, your ineffectiveness costs more than those of your colleagues.  “…less-than-optimal leadership practices cost the typical organization an amount equal to as much as 7% of their total ...

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It is often assumed that since a Chief of Staff serves as the “right hand” to an executive, their development is baked into the job. In other words, by virtue of being in close proximity to their principal, Chiefs receive firsthand development. Unfortunately, this is ...

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From Fortune 500s to grassroots nonprofits to Capitol Hill, no two Chief of Staff roles are exactly alike, but we all want the silver bullet solution to achieving success in ...

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