Last month I had the pleasure of participating in an Education Institute program with Jane Dysart. Jane coordinates the audio-conference series Conversations with Leaders. The focus of our session was on Making It Happen: Getting Things Done.
About Ken HaycockKen Haycock is currently Research Professor of Management and Organization at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, where he coordinates graduate programs in Library and Information Management.
Author Archive | Ken Haycock
My colleague Sarah Long introduced me to Now, discover your strengths years before it became a bestseller on the Management and Leadership lists. Essentially, the Gallup organization found that most of us are able to document our education, experiences and accomplishments but few of us are able to articulate our strengths. Gallup reports that people […]
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