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Over the past month, I have reflected on the recent webinar, “Leadership and Professional Competencies for the Savvy CEO of the 21st Century.” I’ve also been reading Manning Marable’s excellent biography of Malcolm X, and thinking about the themes that Karen McNeil Miller, president of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, and I touched on [...]

Most career advice is geared to help people please others. The most effective career advice I’ve received has come in two forms: practical and deeply personal. We all need a combination of both to forge our “career pathways.”



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