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An Empathetic Workforce Doesn’t Just Feel Good. It Works Well.

“As companies seek to identify, hire and train the next generation of leaders for the digital age, they are faced with a host of transformative changes that are no longer just on the horizon,” says George Brooks, EY Americas Leader, People Advisory Services.

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How CEOs Can Align Talent with 21st-Century Opportunities

As technological advances continue to transform both companies and the way they do business, CEOs face an endemic problem: a widening gap between the skills their companies need and those their current workforces have to offer.

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Why People are a Company’s Products, Too

Product innovation is at the heart of Procter & Gamble’s success in numerous consumer product categories. But that isn’t the only ingredient in P&G’s secret sauce.

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Are You a Superboss? Here’s How to Tell

You’re a good boss. You care about your people. You have vision. You inspire others. But do you have what it takes to be a “superboss”?

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Reinventing Yourself: How to Stay Relevant—and Keep Your Job

Kodak. Blackberry. AOL. Blockbuster. The list of companies that were once pioneers in their markets, lauded for their prescience and innovative excellence and are now either lagging the pack or gone completely, is a long one.

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