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When The Canary Starts Singing Again

I remember the moment very clearly, one evening in early 2011 I was at a networking event in Saint Louis and I ended up in a conversation with an economist about the fiscal health of American businesses and the economy. … Continue reading

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Instructors with Style

I know it’s been a long time since I put a post up here, but I saw this in a journal this morning and it made me really happy to see it.  In about the middle of 2008, some of … Continue reading

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Diversity and the Psychology Behind It

There was an excellent survey conducted by Adecco recently, and the results are really compelling. To summarize the findings, diversity is something that a number of companies are giving lip service to. They talk about it, but employees are still … Continue reading

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