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3 Career-Planning Insights I Learned by Walking Across Spain

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Guest Post by Victor Prince I am delighted and honored to host a guest blog post by Victor Prince on the same day that his latest book, The Camino Way, launches. Victor—who travels the world speaking and consulting—brings his wealth of leadership development experience and insights to readers as he outlines seven leadership lessons learned during his 500-mile trek across Spain—timely lessons that apply to leaders with less picturesque but equally important journeys. Victor’s post provides a preview of the richness and depth you can expect from The Camino Way.  Enjoy! A few years ago, I walked across Spain along …

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Become a Better Boss One Tip at a Time

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‘Time’ is one of the most prevalent and pernicious of challenges managers face today. Whether related to engaging employees, driving strategy, communicating effectively or just getting through the daily deluge of email, one hears a common chorus of ‘I don’t have time’ in most organizations. And nowhere does this apply more than to a leader’s own development. Given multiple, competing and kaleidoscopic priorities, who has time to learn management skills? EVERYONE! Especially if my friend, Wally Bock, has his way. His new book, Become a Better Boss One Tip at a Time, provides busy leaders with a doable and durable …

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